Cookie lovers who don’t have time or desire to bake themselves can still suffer platters full of home-baked holiday cookies, interjection to cookie sales hold opposite city by churches, schools and other groups.
Here are a few cookie sales still to come:
Wednesday, Dec. 6
Children’s Community Center: Christmas Cookie Sale, 7:30 a.m., N88-W17550 Christman Road, Menomonee Falls. $3 per dozen. (262) 251-1212.
Saturday, Dec. 9
Faith Community Church: Cookie Walk, 8 a.m. to noon, 7700 W. Faith Drive, Franklin. Cookies sole by a pound.
Grace Lutheran Church: 17th Annual Cookies by Pound Sale, 9 to 11 a.m., 8537 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Oak Creek. $9 per pound.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish: Cookie and Craft Sale, 4:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to noon Sunday, Dec. 10, 1212 S. 117th St., West Allis, church gymnasium off parking lot. Assorted homemade cookies, 1-pound boxes $8, and humanities and crafts.
Jerusalem Presbyterian Church: Christmas Cookie Sale, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., 207 W. Main St., Wales. Homemade cookies sole by a dozen, with chili and prohibited dogs accessible for purchase. (262) 968-3408.
Redeemer United Church of Christ: Community Christmas Cookie Sale, noon to 4 p.m., W220 N4915 Townline Road, Sussex (use Menomonee Falls for GPS). Homemade Christmas cookies sole by a dozen. Join us for a fun afternoon of cookies, candy, gluten-free treats, Santa, crafts for kids, face painting, prohibited cider and more.
St. Augustine Parish: Homemade Christmas Cookie Sale and gifts and decorations, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday; 8:30-11:30 a.m. Sunday, 6762 W. Rogers St., West Allis. Cookies sole by a bruise and pastries for sale. Free coffee.
St. Mary and St. Antonius Coptic Orthodox Church: Traditional Egyptian Christmas cookies and baklava, homemade Egyptian prohibited food and spiced coffee, and Egyptian-made crafts and souvenirs, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10. Also church tours and giveaway photos of children with St. Nick from noon to 3 p.m. both days. 1521 W. Drexel Ave., Oak Creek; (414) 764-5944; wiscopts.net.
St. Therese Parish: Homemade Christmas Cookie Sale Craft Raffle, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Heck Hall, 9525 W. Blue Mound Road. Prepackaged boxes of cookies sole from 10:15 a.m. to noon Dec. 10. $9 per pound; 3 pounds for $25. (414) 771-2500.
United Church of Christ Oconomowoc: Christmas Cookie Sale, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., 815 S. Concord Road, Oconomowoc. Cookies sole by a pound.
Saturday, Dec. 16
Adoration Lutheran Church: Christmas cookie sale and emblem resale, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 3840 W. Edgerton Ave., Greenfield; (414) 281-0414. Homemade cookies, fudge and more; cookies sole by a pound.
Cookie cookbook for sale
Mount Carmel Lutheran Church is imprinting a holiday deteriorate not with a cookie sale though with a 75th anniversary cookie cookbook, “Mount Carmel’s Cookie Jar.”
The 80-page spiral-bound book, with 116 recipes, comes 40 years after a initial “Cookie Jar” book was published by a assemblage during 8424 W. Center St., where cookies are a tradition.
For Lutherans, a introduction explains, “coffee is a tack between services on Sunday, and an array of home-baked cookies is positively partial of a picture.”
In further to submissions from church members, a book facilities recipes from that progressing book (marked with a star) and cookie favorites from James Beard Award-winning chefs Sandy D’Amato, Justin Aprahamian (Sanford) and Adam Siegel (Lake Park Bistro), fritter chefs Matt Haase (Ardent) and Ellen Cummings Hyde (Quad Graphics), as good as Milwaukee repository dining censor Ann Christensen and Journal Sentinel food editor Nancy Stohs.
Cookbooks sell for $10 (plus $3 shipping) and are accessible by mailing a check to a church during 8424 W. Center St., Milwaukee, WI 53222, with your name and mailing address; phone (414) 771-1270.
Cookie potluck idea
For cookie fun during a workplace, we could do what 20 members of a pulmonary dialect during St. Luke’s Hospital did. Each member baked a opposite cookie from this year’s We Energies’ Cookie Book.
This past Monday, they brought in their cookies and widespread them out in a dialect discussion room for sampling. The perceptive cookie eaters rated a cookies according to that they themselves would make and that they favourite best.
— Nancy Stohs