Best Christmas Gifts GIVEAWAY - Williams-Sonoma

 
Time to make some spirits bright!

On Monday, I shared my 2014 Best Christmas Gifts for the Home Cook wish list, and for the next week I'll be giving away every single item on the list. One by one, you'll get a chance to put these fabulous finds under your own tree.

Let's start out with something GOLD, shall we? The Goldtouch Nonstick Cookie Tray from Williams-Sonoma is a step way up from the dented, worn-out, no-longer-nonstick cookie trays in most of our kitchens. This tray has a high-back edge for a secure carrying grip, an all-around rim that keeps parchment paper and dough in place, plus a sloped front lip to slide off baked goods easily without bending or cracking. It adds a touch of sparkle and a dash of joy to your kitchen, and makes a wonderful gift for the home baker.
 
Don't forget, online shoppers, Williams-Sonoma ships to Canada. That's a holiday game-changer when you're buying for people who love to cook. Or, you know, yourself.

Okay, it's giveaway time. For a chance to win this fantastic cookie tray from Williams-Sonoma, plus a bonus Williams-Sonoma All-Silicone Spoonula and Giant Snowflake Cookie Cutter with Star Cutouts, leave a comment on this blog post telling me what you'd like to make with the Goldtouch Nonstick Cookie Tray. BE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS so I can contact you if you win.

Good luck!

Canadian residents only. One entry per person. Contest closes on Thursday, December 11th, 2014 at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific. Winner will be contacted directly and announced on FamilyFeedbag.com

58 comments:

  1. I would make white chocolate craisen shortbread cookies. My email address is nebuchmann at Gmail dot com. Thanks for the contest! Natalie

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  2. Cookies for Santa! Probably some gingerbread. :)
    Thanks, Amy!
    Sandra
    sroutliffe@hotmail.com

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  3. Hi - We'd do thumbprint cookies with the little one and decorate shaped shortbread with the 9-year old - thanks! rubytrout@gmail.com

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  4. I'd make marshmallows and pack them up as little holiday stocking stuffers!
    Email: radiantrachels@gmail.com

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  5. We'd make my famous ting-a-ling ginger cookies! ellenw@rogers.com

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  6. Christmas Cookies, Hay Stacks, Chex Mix! Endless goodies!
    avery . pawelek @ gmail . com

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  7. I would make gingerbread house pieces, for my family's annual tradition of the (now adult) children making gingerbread houses together. brianaeingram [at] gmail [dot] com

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  8. I'd make my moms/grandmas/omas famous Peppermint (also known as Ammonia) cookies for Christmas! Mmmmm. justinecnavarro at gmail dot com.

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  9. What wouldn't I make?! This is such a pretty pan I'm thinking it needs something extra special made with it... so maybe some gougeres for NYE to serve with bubbly that I won't be able to drink - ha!

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  10. Cookies, gluten free cookies! I do a lot of baking and could sure use some new cookie sheets :-)
    thisfoxkitchen@gmail.com

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  11. My son asked me to make gingerbread cookies with him :) mommytothree@hotmail.com

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  12. Cookies of course! All kinds, but I've been dying to try out the Spritz recipe my mom used when I was little with my own kids and my new cookie press!!

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  13. I would make Thumbprint cookies, Hermits and Sugar Cookies. I love Christmas baking! Thank you so much for the opportunity!

    javgirl@shaw.ca

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  14. I would make chocolate chip cookies dipped in more chocolate with holiday sprinkles!

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  15. First up would be eggnog sugar cookies! Followed closely by chocolate crinkles.

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  16. Pink meringue cookies with pistachios sprinkled on top...

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  17. Chocolate Almond Toffee. The ultimate test for a non-stick tray!
    leshanbow@gmail.com

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  18. I would make the peanut butter Hershey's Kiss thumbprint cookies for my annual Christmas cookie exchange! And since I have to make 4 dozen.... This pan would be brilliant!

    Lisa

    Barrettlisa@shaw.ca

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  19. I would make shortbread. Really good, really rich, really buttery, really delicious shortbread... now I just need a really good recipe!
    Mercedes xo

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  20. Brilliant! A sloped edge! I see some tasty sugar cookies coming out of the oven;)

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  21. I would make my favourite holiday cookies...shortbread spritz cookies. I can't wait!

    brendapenton(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. Soo many options never enough days :) Gingerbread would be the classic decision but I have recently fallen for thumbprint cookies so that'd be on the list too! Mykaic@yahoo.ca

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  24. chai spice cookies and chocolate crinkles are my favorites

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  25. I would make whipped shortbread and I am going to try and make some biscotti this year.

    slhnatiuk at yahoo dot com - Shawna

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  26. That is almost too pretty to bake on! Silvanas Meringue Buttercream Cookies (a friend from the Philippines made these and was kind enough to share her recipe, they were amazing) and chocolate/white chocolate espresso bean bark. Autumn amb40@outlook.com

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  27. Your chocolate chip cookies! Always a hit here. Natashaarmstrong@hotmail.com

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  28. I'd like to make some of my favourite peanut butter cookies - YUM! beautiful dot dreamer at gmail dot com

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  29. I'd like to make All-the-things... Some bacon wrapped dates stuffed with pistachios and dried apricots... Sugar cookies with buttercream icing (i'm not a fan of royal icing).. maybe a slab pie.. and then a gazillion salted chocolate chip cookies...
    shauna @ cakeandgreens. com

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  30. Lots of Christmas cookies! My holiday biscotti with pistachios, white chocolate and cranberries, chocolate espresso shortbread, Buccellati (Italian fig cookies) and this year I also want to try my hand at pumpkin rugelach! Thank you, Amy, for such an awesome giveaway. My email address is pjmarchese(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. I would make Pistachio Cherry Meltaway cookies!
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  32. i'd make my secret chocolate chip cookie recipe! aaaaaaand roast some vegetables on it too (for one does not live on cookies alone as much as one would like!)

    -valerie sobus
    burritoprincess@gmail.com

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  33. I would make cookies and breads
    dieselkitty at gmail dot com

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  34. I'd like to start a holiday baking tradition with my two year old daughter :)

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  35. I would make my famous Toblerone shortbread cookies

    chefkim1968@gmail.com

    Kim
    www.the5oclockrush.com

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  36. I would definitely make holiday cookies :) angie@fridaycakenight.com

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  37. I would like to make some gingerbread cookies!

    ajmizen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  38. I want to make some shortbread cookies.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  39. I would like to make gingerbread men angandcolin(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  40. I would love to make snowflake shaped shortbread cookies!
    jazzkaita@gmail.com

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  41. I'd love to use this try to make the pieces for our annual gingerbread house! Each year the house gets bigger and better! catatonic489 *at* hotmail *dot* com

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  42. I would make Gingerbread Trees with Lemon Icing! bevtastic93@gmail.com

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  43. Chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. Every. Week. They're a staple around here. Email: spymem@yahoo.ca

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  44. Chocolate Chip cookies for my kids' lunches! blacklabfish[at]gmail[dot]com

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  45. This looks like the perfect tray for my weekly batch of homemade granola! I'm currently using an old drip pan because average cookie sheets just don't have enough side wall to keep the good stuff in!
    Let's be honest though, this would become my EVERYTHING, go to baking sheet if i won!

    Sarahmae.adam@gmail.com

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  46. I'd make a batch of Ginger Sparkle cookies for my sons coming home from University.

    kdeobald@shaw.ca

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  47. why gingerbread of course!
    oceans@oceans-edge,com

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  48. Plain old peanut butter cookies! Yum!!
    sralphy@gmail.com

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  49. Shortbread!

    anglindent@gmail.com

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  50. I would make shortbread! skstorteboom@gmail.com. Kimberly

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  51. I would love to make gingerbread cookies with my 4 year old son. He's my helper in the kitchen. jenevans50@yahoo.ca

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  52. Mmmm I would make sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies, bread... Yum all the carbs! gunderson.rj@gmail.com

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  53. I think I would let my 12 year old pick what we would bake for the first time using this sheet. Knowing her should would likely pick something super sweet and full of chocolate, maybe even gooey.
    krista.convey@viu.ca

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  54. Ice box cookies. airiyel.sjoden@gmail.com

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  55. I would make some gingerbread men with the kids! jcped@telus.net

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