#OXOGoodCookies
Food Bloggers Raise $8,000 for Pediatric Cancer Research

Filed under: Corporate Partnerships,Good Cookies,Inspire,Recipes — admin @ 1:08 pm December 10, 2013

This past September, in honor of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, our friends at OXO kicked off their annual Cookies for Kids’ Cancer campaign in a sweet way. To launch their $100,000 event match, (Sign up to host a bake sale today!) They asked a few food blogger friends to create confections (cookies, brownies or cupcakes) and share their recipes online.

OXO Good Cookies - Cookies for Kids' Cancer Bake a DifferenceOXO donated $100 for every #OXOGoodCookie, #OXOGoodBrownie and #OXOGoodCupcake recipe shared. The response was amazing - More than 80 bloggers rose to the occasion, helping OXO raise over $8,000 for childhood cancer research through this effort alone!

We want to thank the bloggers who participated, both for their support and for the delicious treats they shared. Take a look at the #OXOGoodCookies, #OXOGoodCupcakes and #OXOGoodBrownies below, then be inspired to start making a difference and get involved today!

#OXOGoodCookie Bloggers

Susan Bronson A Less Processed Life
Val Curtis Bonbon Break
Alaina Bullock Bullock’s Buzz
Carla Cardello Chocolate Moosey
Alexandra Azary Confessions of a Bright-Eyed Baker
Erin Sellin Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts
Shea Goldstein Dixie Chik Cooks
Stephie Swope Eat Your Heart Out
Jennifer Martinez Juanita’s Cocina
Julie Evink Julie’s Eats & Treats
Stephanie Au Life Tastes Like Food
LeAndra Spicer Love & Flour
Jamie Sherman Love Bakes Good Cakes
johanna chong low sodium blog
Chelsy Ethridge Mangia
Jenne Kopalek Mooshu Jenne
Jennifer Drummond Peanut Butter and Peppers
Carrie Vibert poet in the pantry
Celeste Ward Sugar & Spice by Celeste
Sallie Kinard Texas Cottage
amie valpone the healthy apple
Jennie Phaneuf The Messy Baker
Chrissy Taylor The Taylor House
Marlynn Schotland Urban Bliss Life

#OXOGoodCupcake Bloggers

Julia Jolliff A Cedar Spoon
Brenda Score a farmgirl’s dabbles
Grace Mannon A Southern Grace
Donya Mullins A Southern Soul
Sarah Bates A Taste of Home Cooking
Melissa Bandera Blush and Jelly
Aly Cleary Cooking In Stilettos
Donna Currie Cookistry
Sydney Kramer Crepes of Wrath
Becca Thiele Crumbs and Chaos
Anna Hinman Crunchy Creamy Sweet
Brianne Izzo Cupcakes & Kale Chips
Daisy Thompson Daisy’s World
Megan Ginsberg Delicious Dishings
Katerina Petrovski Diethood
Stephanie Day Eat. Drink. Love.
Mary Cowx Fervent Foodie
April Aceto Food n’ Focus
Valerie Brunmeier From Valerie’s Kitchen
Lisa Riedl Garnish with Lemon
Liz Latham HoosierHomemade
Kaitlin Lunny I Can Cook That
Jeanne Hunt Inside NanaBread’s Head
Kara Miller Kara in the Kitchen
Azmina Aboobaker Lawyer Loves Lunch
Tanya Schroeder Lemons for Lulu
Marisa Guerrero Margaritas In The Rain
Lynda McMillen Me and My Pink Mixer
Lana Stuart Never Enough Thyme
Rachel Gurk Rachel Cooks
Aimee Shugarman Shugary Sweets
Michelle Keith The Domestic Mama & The Village Cook
Natalie Mclaury The Sweets Life
Matt Weber Thyme In Our Kitchen
Rachel Roe Tramplingrose: Cooking, Baking & Ranting in Small-Town...
Victoria Wilde Wilde in the Kitchen

#OXOGoodBrownie Bloggers

Stephanie Nuccitelli 52 Kitchen Adventures
maggie gill a bitchin kitchen
Jessica Tuttle A Kitchen Addiction
Jane Ko A Taste of Koko
Alida Fischbach Alida’s Kitchen
Jennifer McHenry Bake or Break
Rachel Conners Bakerita
Betsy Haley Betsylife
Carla Walker Carla’s Confections
Christine Carlisle Chew Nibble Nosh
Lauren Grier Climbing Grier Mountain
Diane Schmidt Created by Diane
Chung-Ah Rhee Damn Delicious
Joanne Bruno Eats Well With Others
Eva Meyer Eva Bakes
Lori Yates Foxes Love Lemons
Heather Schmitt-Gonzalez girlichef
Lauren Keating Healthy. Delicious.
Brandie Valenzuela Home Cooking Memories
Jocelyn Brubaker Inside BruCrew Life
Jennifer Richmond Kitchy Cooking
Jackie Gonzalez-Feezer La Casa de Sweets
Josie Young maede.for.you.
Krystal Regueiro Mrs. Regueiro’s Plate
Jessica Gatlin My Baking Heart
Kristen Llobrera Pixelated Crumb
Katie Compton Ruffles & Truffles
Nicole Aldridge Seven Ate Nine
Christina Mealy Stick a Fork In It
Liz Berg That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Susan Palmer The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen
Sherri Puzey the life of a wife
Nicole White The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie
Laura Tabacca The Spiced Life
Mallory Dash Total Noms
Melissa Karras Treats With a Twist

On Sale Now! Perfect for Mother’s Day!

Filed under: About Cookies for Kids' Cancer,Recipes — admin @ 10:42 am April 30, 2013

With Mother’s Day just around the corner,  we’re thrilled to share the 2nd book by Cookies for Kids’ Cancer founder Gretchen Holt-Witt.

Much like the 1st book, All the Good Cookies is a combination of recipes and stories. But this time, it’s all about the cookies!

The new book features a fresh batch of more than 65 mouth-watering cookie recipes – everything from gluten-free to treats for Fido – and dozens of inspiring profiles of Good Cookies hosting events nationwide in support of pediatric cancer research.

ALL author proceeds go directly to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer, so this is a truly meaningful gift sure to be enjoyed by all!

For anyone who loves baking cookies and making a difference in the world, Cookies for Kids’ Cancer: All the Good Cookies is a perfect way to do both at the same time.

ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY at either Amazon or Barnes & Noble!

With Love, from BetterBaking.com

Filed under: Recipes — admin @ 8:25 am February 10, 2010

Marcy Goldman and her team at BetterBaking.com recently reached out to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer with kind words and heartfelt support. From her message our common bonds became clear. Her team loves to bake while our team loves to share baked goods. And we all love children. Collectively, we hope to do what we can, using the talents we possess, to keep kids from feeling the pain or facing the fears of cancer.

And so, in Good Cookie spirit, Marcy is sharing her talent – yummy recipes from her website * - with the hope of inspiring you to support and give to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. Fire up the oven with these special-for-Valentine’s-Day cookies – densely filled with chocolate chips, crisp edges that are slightly rolled and hefty and a chewy center: a super chocolate chip cookie for your collection.

Valentine’s Day Special Chocolate Chip Cookies

1 cup unsalted butter
1 cup light brown sugar, packed
3/4 cup white sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla
1 egg
1 teaspoon baking soda
3/8 teaspoon, scant salt
2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
2 1/2 cups chocolate chips

Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.

Cream the butter with the brown and white sugars until well blended. Stir in vanilla and egg. Fold in flour, baking soda, salt and lastly, chocolate chips. 

Form into rounds the size of a golf ball – a substantial golf ball, and place, two inches apart, on baking sheet. You should have 14 big mounds or 28, for smaller cookies.

Chill dough 20 minutes.  Preheat oven to 350.  Meanwhile, prepare a baking sheet by lining with parchment paper.

Roll dough into two inch balls and flatten down very slightly onto baking sheet.

Bake at 350 for 15-18 minutes until cookies puff up a bit.

Remove from oven and then, using a butter knife, (pull baking rack out of the oven to reach cookies safely) make a cross hatch design (like an X/O grid) on each cookie, exposing melting chocolate within. Continue baking until edges are nicely browned and top of cookies are medium golden in color, another 3-5 minutes.  Cool well on baking sheet (about 10 minutes) before attempting to remove, using a metal spatula or icing knife.

Cookies can also be brought to room temperature and flattened more to make a large, crisp, and lacy-like cookie.

Keep refrigerated.  Makes 14 large cookies or 28 smaller ones.

© This is a Marcy Goldman/BetterBaking.com original recipe
* Good Cookies, take note! Register your bake sale anytime in the month of February, and we’ll enter your name in a drawing to win a free one-year membership to BetterBaking.com, giving you access to recipes, tips, and ideas to make your baked goods better. Simply register your upcoming bake sale from now through midnight February 28th. On Monday, March 1st, we’ll draw the name of our winner and announce it on our blog, Facebook and Twitter.