November Book Giveaway: You Can’t Judge a Cookie by Its Cutter

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, but winter is my least favorite season. To keep myself going, each week I’m going to be giving away several interesting books that have come my way over the past months as well as some books I’ve received over a year ago.

First up, this delightful cookie book:


It’s brand new and being released next week!

I’ve been thinking a lot about creativity and bringing that into my work with students. How does someone take a shape and think of it in new way? This book is about cookies, but I think it’s also about taking an ordinary object like a cookie cutter, twisting and turning it, and imagining other possibilities.

Patti Paige is the author and chef behind the cookies and she runs a website called Baked Ideas.

Not only does the book contain the author’s exquisitely designed cookies, but she include her seven favorite cookie recipes, which include a whole wheat, vegan, and gluten free recipes.

Definitely a fun addition to your cookbook collection. Comment below by midnight 11/7 to enter in my giveaway. I will chose a name on Saturday 11/8. You Can’t Judge a Cookie by Its Cutter is available wherever books are sold on Tuesday November 4th.

I received a copy of this book to review (which is the copy I’m giving away). Regardless, opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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16 thoughts on “November Book Giveaway: You Can’t Judge a Cookie by Its Cutter”

  1. Can one ever have too many cookie recipes or design ideas for them? I think not. I think this book would be a fun read and it would be even more fun to use the designs and recipes. 🙂

  2. This cookbook would be perfect for my upcoming Cookie decorating party!! I have a cookie cutter wall in my house, and I love re-imagining the shapes.

  3. I just checked out the website and everything there is so cute! The ideas to use shapes differently are really creative.

  4. Cute idea! I’ve seen the gingerbread man upside down turned into a reindeer, and I was just looking a pumpkin one I got yesterday and thinking it could also be an apple! Not sure I’m talented enough to pull it off, but it would be fun to see 🙂

  5. Oh my! This would be a great book to have. I love learning new ideas for cookie cutters. What a great book to add to anyone’s collection. (:

  6. I would never look at a heart cookie cutter and see all of those options. Thank God for creative people who come up with these things! How neat. 🙂

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