Fun Holiday Cookie Mixes Review PLUS a Giveaway!

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In The Mix Holiday Products

I love to bake with my daughters. They are still young but the love to help pour ingredients in and mix things up with me. They are such big helpers! I was really excited when these cookie kits from In The Mix arrived because I knew my girls would think they were a lot of fun and we would have a blast making them!

   

 

Right away my 3 year old started asking about the gingerbread cookies. I told her they were called Ninjabread Cookies and she started cracking up! She thought they were the coolest thing in the world. She wanted to make them right away, but we did not have any honey in the house. So instead, we made the Ugly Sweater Cookies first. We had so much fun baking them and decorating them together as a family. And they were just delicious!
We made the Ninjabread Cookies a few days later and they were just as fun to decorate! My youngest has now learned to say ninjabread and I am willing to bet that is what she is going to call gingerbread cookies for a long time to come! We have yet to make the Star of David cookies – taking a break from sweets after this holiday! But we will be making them soon and I am sure they will be just as yummy!
 
Both of these kits made baking these cookies super easy! They come with every nonperishable thing that you need and the directions are printed right on the back. That was really nice because I didn’t have to open up the Ninjabread Cookie Kit to discover that I did not have all the ingredients, I could just check the back. These kits come with the cookie cutters and frosting mix as well! They really have everything but the eggs and butter. Oh, and the powdered sugar for the frosting. In the Mix has so many other fun dessert mixes – browse their website here. Purchase yours from Amazon and make your Holiday treats the talk of the town!
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I received these free in exchange for my honest, unbiased review. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

10 Comments

  1. I don't get the chance to bake much any more, but I miss making an old Polish family recipe called Kifle (Key-flee). My mom and I would make DOZENS of these cookies every year. It was a fun way to spend a snowy Saturday afternoon with my mom and I loved the closeness we had from doing that!

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