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“Name The Cookie” Contest!

Newsletter | November 28, 2017 | Nik Manojlovich
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OUR DECEMBER “NAME THE COOKIE” CONTEST OFFERED A CHANCE TO WIN A DELICIOUS PRIZE FROM SEVEN OF THE BIGGEST NAMES IN THE CANADIAN FOOD COMMUNITY.

THE CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED! Congratulations to Heather Grebler who’s name was drawn – she’s our winner!!!

The idea for this contest giveaway came together when we started to plan our first ever HOLIDAY COOKIE SERIES. We decided to call upon my four sisters to each send their favourite cookie recipes, the ones that people just can’t get enough of.

Dana sent her CHOCOLATE RUM BALL recipe, Lisa, her “WHO DOESN’T LOVE” SHORTBREADS, while Milisa gave us her 100% vegan, no-bake ORANGE-ALMOND BALLS. My sister Maria sent in her recipe for “NO NAME” COOKIES, and I was like, “Are you kidding me? That doesn’t sound remotely festive, and certainly doesn’t do the cookies justice.”

Having made all of the above, Carol and I agreed that Maria’s “NO NAME” COOKIES needed a name!

We decided to hold a contest to name them, and Heather won. The official name for the cookies – APRICOT CHOCOLATE SANDWICH COOKIES!

Her prize includes includes autographed cookbooks from:

Elizabeth Baird – Classic Canadian Cooking

Ned Bell – Lure

Giselle Courteau – Duchess Bake Shop

Chuck Hughes – Chuck’s Day Off

Anna Olson – Bake with Anna Olson

Emily Richards – Per La Famiglia

Julie van Rosendaal – Best of Bridge

These SEVEN cookbooks are sure to get Heather cooking, baking, basting, roasting, toasting and sautéing in grand style!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

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45 Responses to ““Name The Cookie” Contest!”

  1. Cairine Stade says:

    My suggestion is “Alluring Apricot Fancies”

  2. Cheryl Nidd says:

    I think Maria’s cookies should be named Apricot Shortcakes. They look absolutely divine, and I cannot wait to make them ! Thanks for sharing the recipes with us.

  3. Kim Kay says:

    Chocolate Drizzled Delight Bites

  4. Ruth says:

    “the Holiday Apricot Sandwich”

  5. Rosa says:

    Apricot Apparitions

  6. Rodney says:

    Blissful Beauties

  7. Teresa Hamilton says:

    I like “Maypop Bites”. Represents the vine for the apricot and the cookie size.

  8. Lee Benko says:

    Holiday Empress Kringles

  9. Joyce Davis says:

    Sweet Apricot Dreams

  10. Pam Hyde says:

    Apricot Jammies

  11. Garnet Leib says:

    HAPPY API

  12. Dianne says:

    Apricot Go Betweens

  13. Mia says:

    Not Your Belgium Cookie
    (It reminds me a lot of a Belgium cookie but different jam and topping)

  14. luzy gunter-smith says:

    I love baking and cooking,or to say a trying hard in the kitchen. I am also facing with the same dilemna of baking something adding this adding that and when presented to my friends and family they will ask the name and really have to reply quickand the first thing that comes to my mind will be the name. so you said using shot glass to measure, 2 thin vanilla shortbread cookies with apricot preserves drizzled in chocolate. I will call this

    SKINNY VANILLA APRICOT SHOOTER SHORTBREAD

    what do you think…who else using shot glass to get a perfect measurement, opss its a cookie my dear!!!
    I love the cookbooks as I am collecting so that I can master so many cookies. but I can never be like you…your the master…
    Thank you for the chance, also I followed you on insta nd subscribed..thanks a lot…
    gonna make some cookies and get that shot glass ready! but got to be careful as it has some alcohol in it!

  15. Kathy B. says:

    Apricot Delights

  16. Marlene V says:

    Apricot Vanilla Delight Cookies

  17. Kimmy Ripley says:

    Drizzled Delight

  18. Linda Lettieri says:

    Apricot Zigzags

  19. Anne Derkat says:

    Kristmas Kringles.

  20. Heather Swanson says:

    Holly Jollies

  21. Louise Aymar says:

    Biscuit pere Noel

  22. Mark B says:

    Apricot Chocolate Cookies

  23. Ineke Howard says:

    Festive Apricot Cookie Treats!

  24. Lynn M says:

    Decadent Apricot Bites

  25. Debbie Browne says:

    I would call these little delights Apricot Wonders.

  26. Lorraine Lamarre says:

    Sunshine Chocolate Delights

  27. Casey Miller says:

    Apricot Jingle Jammies

  28. lynn clayton says:

    APRICOT HOLIDAY DELIGHTS

  29. barb mcquoid says:

    apricot sweeties

  30. Garnet Leib says:

    Hapi Api

  31. Leal Baumann says:

    Heavenly Apricot Delights

  32. Bonnie mccleery says:

    apricot Clouds

  33. Nik Manojlovich says:

    And this from Natalie Celuch… Anyway, I name them “Mushamash Sandwich Cookies with Chocolate Drizzle” because the first word my Arabic friend Omar taught me was apricot – mushamash – and I love how the word sounds and how apricots taste.

  34. Kathy says:

    Shortbread surprise

  35. Alayne Langford says:

    Apricot Cream Delights

  36. Jason says:

    Maverick Cookies…just because!

  37. Mar says:

    Cottage cookie

  38. Lily Mannarino says:

    “Cot-in-the-Middles”

    (Your website seems a little glitchy. I’ve tried to enter a few times today but was unsuccessful. Sorry if you receive multiple entries from me

  39. Nik Manojlovich says:

    Elizabeth Vlug – Little Apricot Gems

  40. Nik Manojlovich says:

    Bethann – Maria’s Weekend at the Cottage Cookies!!!

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