How to Host an Amazing Christmas Cookie Exchange Party

Do you want to throw a cookie exchange party this Christmas? Throwing a Christmas cookie exchange party gives friends and family the opportunity to get together and have fun.
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Do you want to throw a cookie exchange party this Christmas? Throwing a Christmas cookie exchange party gives friends and family the opportunity to get together and have fun. Instead of throwing a traditional exchange party, you might want to consider one of these fun ideas.

 

Ugly Sweater Cookies

If youโ€™re looking for a fun and creative idea for your Christmas cookie exchange party, you might want to throw an ugly sweater party. For this party, all of your guests could arrive in their ugly sweater. To stick to the theme, you can require them to bring cookies that are decorated like an ugly sweater. You can then pick two winners: one winner for wearing the ugliest sweater, and another for baking the ugliest sweater cookie!

Guess the Flavours

Another great idea for your cookie exchange party would be to have all of your guests bring cookies but not label them. Guests would then need to guess the flavours each of the cookies contain. The person who guesses the most cookie flavours correctly could bring home an extra cookie prize. (Obviously this is not a good idea if anyone in your group has food allergies.)

Cookie Tasting

During a cookie exchange party, guests can switch cookies with others. They can then take their loot home to share with the family. Instead of following the traditional cookie exchange tradition, you can add a cookie tasting with smaller versions of each cookie. Guests can then sample the cookies, deciding which ones they would prefer to take home.

Movie Theme

If you want your guests to show off their creative side, consider throwing a cookie exchange party in honour of your favourite movie. Guests can arrive with cookies that go with a specific movie or movie genre. This can be anything, from your favourite Christmas movie to a family favourite.

 

Cookie exchange parties are perfect for getting together with friends and family and having some fun.

 

What are your favourite Christmas cookie exchange party ideas?

 

9 thoughts on “How to Host an Amazing Christmas Cookie Exchange Party

  1. I like the cookie tasting idea! Cutting or breaking cookies up into small pieces to sample would be a neat touch (and if you had any broken ones when baking, you could bring those for the samples!)

  2. I’ve never heard of such things before but I totally love it! I would love to have acookie exchange party that sounds like such fun!

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