Holiday Baking {Giveaway}

You can BAKE IT for the holidays

Gingerbread Men | www.canolaeatwell.com

Gingerbread Men

These Gingerbread Men are mixture of spicy and sweet.

Your kids can help stir the dough up.

Canola Tip: When baking with sticky ingredients lightly coat your measuring cup with canola oil and your molasses will slide right out!

 

Chocolate Mint Crackle Cookies | www.canolaeatwell.comChocolate Mint Crinkle Cookies

The perfect addition to your holiday baking repertoire. Remember the dough will need to chill for a minimum of 1.5 hours. These brownie like cookies are made with melted chocolate for an extra fudge-like texture. Baking with canola oil ensures moist results.

Canola Tip: When baking a recipe that calls for vegetable oil, use canola oil.

 

Chocolate Chip Orange Shortbread | www.canolaeatwell.comChocolate Chip Orange Shortbread

Shortbread or technically shortcake, because we used a vegetable fat, originated in Scotland and has become a holiday staple in many homes. This firm biscuit holds its shape after cooling and is easy to dress up with a chocolate drizzle and pretty packaging.

Canola Tip: When melting chocolate add 1-2 tsp of canola oil before melting to keep it smooth and easy to dip or drizzle!

You can MAKE IT with friends

If you followed our #EatWellCanolaOil baking workshop on November 15 from afar – here are three of the delicious recipes that we baked together with Charmian Cristie, The Messy Baker:

Cranberry Pistachio Baklava Pockets

Poppy Seed Bars with Citrus Icing

Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies

You can read and see a beautiful and funny re-cap of the event over at The Hungry Gnome. Thanks for joining us Chanry!

You can win it and GIVE IT for the holidays

Perhaps the lucky winner will want to try out their Bonne Maman Jam in a delicious batch of White Chocolate Raspberry Thimble Cookies!

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Happy Baking!

Jenn

111 thoughts on “Holiday Baking {Giveaway}

  1. Chocolate Spice Cookies is the all time fave – you can smell the spices of Christmas when they’re baking! The prize package looks awesome! One can never have too many cookbooks and cooking tools!!!

  2. The gingerbread recipe has been my go-to for a while now! So delicious, and my friend who is allergic to dairy is always happy when I share them with her!

  3. I always make about a dozen different cookies and dainties, but I have a number of regulars that I add to the new recipes: butter tarts, gingersnaps and shortbread.

  4. My signature holiday baking recipe is Chocolate Cupcakes with Peppermint Kahula Chocolate Pudding in the centre and Peppermint Cream Cheese Icing 😀

  5. My signature Christmas cookie is the classic Magic 7-Layer Bar! I could eat three pans of those things, haha! But these thimble cookies look amazing, I might have to switch over. 🙂

  6. I go a bit overboard at Christmas, but lately my family has really enjoyed walnut snowballs – I go a bit off-recipe and dip them in chocolate, which no one has complained about. 🙂

  7. Peanut Butter Butterscotch Confetti. Those addictive church bazaar confections with coloured marshmallows, peanut butter, butterscotch chipits, and about a pound of butter and sugar. Sooo bad for you but soooo delicious.

  8. It would be great to win this Baking Prize Package.
    In response to your question of
    What is your signature holiday baking item?
    My signature item is my Shortbread and Gingerbread Cookies.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

  9. My Christmas cookie is a cookie my grandmother always made, called Chastachka. It is like a shortbread with crushed almonds on top ..only a whole lot more complicated.

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