Giveaway: Holiday Baking Prize Pack with Gift Card

It is that time of year again, after taking a little baking break post-Thanksgiving, my holiday baking is kicking into high gear again.  I’ve already made quite a few batches of cookies, and am starting to work on a couple centerpiece desserts, but what I look forward to most is that week before Christmas.  Most of my blogging, cooking and household projects will be done, and my daughter will have time off from school and therapy.  A perfect time to do some little projects together.
Ginger Bread House
I’m a little obsessed with gingerbread at the moment, and this adorable gingerbread village from Nestle is certainly inspirational.  Couldn’t you see yourself doing this project with the kids?  I sure can.
Marshmallow Snowmen
These little snowmen would be a wonderfully delicious craft project to do with the little ones too.  One of the great things about doing edible projects with your kids is that there is no expectation that the results hang on your already overburdened fridge… lol.  They are eaten up, and you bake more the next year.  Make it a tradition.

These fun kid friendly projects and many more can be found on the Nestle Celebrate the Season Together page.  There is a wide range of skill level among the projects, so you can find something for your 3 year old to work on while older children are busy baking.

Now that your all excited to get down to some baking with your kids, I have a great giveaway for you which could really get things rolling over their Christmas vacation.

Baking Prize Pack Giveaway (with Gift Card)

One lucky reader will win a baking essentials kit that comes with a variety of baking cookware and a $50 Walmart gift card to buy all the ingredients you’ll need.
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Recipes for Kids

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