Wilton Cookie Sheets Giveaway!
*Update* The winner for this giveaway is Brenna H. from Ingredients of a 20-something!
Thank you everyone, I hope you will stick around and enjoy plenty more recipes and giveaways yet to come!
Because it’s Monday.
Because I love ya.
Because I have no fat-inducing,
or pants shrinking recipe to make your tummies growl.
And because Christmas cookies deserve brand new pans to be baked on…
I’m giving away one (1) set of Wilton Recipe Right Baking Pans!
Yeah, this is them.
I bought a set of these myself a couple of years ago and Oh. Em. Gee.
My Wilton pans are the baking work-horses of my kitchen. Never once have I had something stick to these pans. And that’s saying something because I bake hardcore. They’re light weight, but not flimsy. And with three in a set you can go from small to large projects in a snap.
The pans included in this 3-pack set are,
1 – 13″ x 9″ pan
1 – 15″ x 10″ pan
1 – 17″ x 11″ pan.
I love these like a big boned rotund youth loves cake.
Like Homer loves Marge.
Like Huck likes a good tennis ball.
And I know that one of you will love them just as much as I do!
What did you ask Santa for when you were a kid?
Were you like me, who kept asking for that blasted pony and never got it? Or did you want a new Furby and all you got was a pink nightmare from Great Aunt Clara?
Leave me a comment and a way to get a hold of you if you win.
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When I was a kid, I asked Santa for a tiara.
Not surprisingly, I asked for an Easy Bake Oven for several years. My parents never gave in after having Easy Bake troubles with my older sisters. Humph!
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true story, i used to ask for office supplies so my sister and i could play "office"
Oh man! I'm having to think hard about this one! I know I definitely asked Santa for a bike on year and puppies in my pocket another year. The bummer about getting a bike for christmas in montana is that you have to wait 6 months before you can actually use it!
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When I was a kid, I asked for a skateboard or a LiteBrite every year. I never got either one 🙁
Just pinned this post on my "Stuff I Want" board.
I asked for a new bike, and for it to be lavender. Can you believe that Santa actually made that wish come true?
I wanted an easy bake oven, even though I was baking in a real oven from a really young age. I think I just wanted to bake stuff in the comfort of my bedroom lol…
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I was an Easy-Bake Oven kid — shocker, right? And New Kids on the Block cassettes.
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When I was a preteen I asked Santa for a JTT poster 🙂 I was in love with him! & I got the poster!
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I asked for a Baby Alive, and I got it after two years of asking. You can reach me at [email protected] if I win.
Cabbage patch dolls, man I loved those things!
I always asked for one of those giant backyard trampolines. And I never got one! Apparently my mom thought they were unsafe…
When I was a little gal I lived in Japan. I would go through the Sears Wish Book and mark it up, alot! I usually wanted a new book, record (remember those big black round things) or a new doll.
When I was a kid I asked Santa for a remote control car. I have no idea why I wanted one so badly!
I usually asked for Barbie stuff or an easy bake oven.
I'm sure I asked for a pony at least once (I was a stereotypical horse-mad little girl). I suspect there were Barbie dolls on list a few times, too…
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I asked Santa for a doll house. That is all I wanted as a child:)
I wanted a horse and on my 10th christmas I actually got one, Mom and dad packaged up a little toy horse and when I opened it they said look you got a horse, I cried… But then they told me we would really get a horse and when went horse shopping later that week, it was awesome.
this is my first time visiting your website and I love it! I'm a huge recipe collector and I will definitely try the Red Velvet Peppermint Roll for Christmas
we asked for bikes and Christmas morning they were all waiting for us outside!! it was great!
I always asked for art supplies and a chemistry set. Never got them. 🙁
When I was a kid I asked Santa for a bike like 100 times. One year I finally got it and it was amazing 🙂 It was purple with pink splatter paint on it..best bike I ever owned!
i asked santa for an easy bake oven, etc but every year, it never failed, all i ever got was clothes.
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I asked Santa for a horse, got a barbie house and ear muffs instead. 🙂
The first thing I remember asking Santa for was a Dressie Bessie doll.
I asked Santa to bring me a little brother. Not too surprising, given that I grew up with four sisters. Never did get one. Shoulda asked for rollerblades, I guess. 🙂
I asked for a Barbie doll, and a kite. I never got either one 🙁
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I'm dating myself, but I asked for a Speak & Spell. LOVED that thing. Santa didn't bring it, but my grandparents did.
Easy Bake Oven, even then!
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OMG, you’re an offical dot.com now. yay. Love the new design. was it hard to go from blogger to wordpress?
Would love a set of Wiltons.
As a kid it seems like every year I asked for a doll house and a train. Was told trains were for boy and never did get my doll house . When I was 50 my hubby bought me a train and also a 9 room Victorian doll house kit which we spent our winter putting it together. So never give up and always believe that you will some day get what your heart desired.
I honestly don’t remember what I asked Santa for. I’m guessing it was usually something totally awesome like the BIG crayola pack or beaded socks. Who knows! haha