Congratulations to the winners of Irvin Lin’s Marbled, Swirled, and Layered Cookbook Giveaway: Peg, comment 42 and email subscriber, Bonnie Roche!

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I was so excited to receive a copy of Irvin Lin’s new book, Marbled, Swirled, and Layered, 150 recipes and variations for artful bars, cookies, pies, cakes, and more. It is filled to the brim with the most delicious and beautiful recipes. I gave you an example of these fantastic recipes in my earlier post of the  Cinnamon Honey Bun Cookies. They are simply amazing!

Irvin not only gives you all these wonderful recipes but includes an entire chapter on troubleshooting tips for baking and information on all types of ingredients and equipment you might use in baking. He lists a chart of measurements for common baking ingredients including cup and gram measurements. His book even includes a section on gluten-free conversions.

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Chapters in his book include dessert recipes for cookies, brownies and bars, cakes, pies, tarts, cobblers, and crisps. But the recipes are not all desserts. He also includes muffin, bread, and breakfast goods recipes. Irvin’s clear directions for his recipes are perfect for beginner bakers to the very experienced.

Just the name of the recipes will have you drooling! Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Butterscotch Layered Cookies; Dark Chocolate Whoopie Pies with Raspberry Marshmallow Filling; Salted Caramel Cheesecake Swirled Brownies; The Nostalgic Marshmallow-Filled Chocolate Cake; Triple-Berry Pie with Triple-Oat Crust; and Italian Spice-Tomato and Parmesan-Garlic Pretzel Knots. 

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To celebrate Irvin’s new book and because I know you are going to love this book as much as I do, I am giving away 2 copies of his book plus 2 Kitchen Aid 7-Speed Digital Hand Mixers.

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So, here’s the details on entering.

To Enter

Just leave a comment below telling me about your favorite cookie! I’ll also be selecting one winner from my email subscriber’s list! If you aren’t already a subscriber, you can easily sign up below.

Giveaway ends Sunday, January 29th at 11:59 PM eastern. Winners will be selected randomly and announced the following day.

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394 Comments Leave a comment or review

  1. My favorite cookie is my mom’s cocoa drop cookie topped with powdered sugar icing and a pecan half. An oldie but a goodie!

  2. So hard to choose because I LOVE COOKIES!!
    I guess classic chocolate chip might be my favorite. This looks like an awesome cookbook.

  3. My absolute favorite is my Mom’s Almond Crescents. They were buttery, crispy/flaky, just the right amount of almond & vanilla, finely chopped pecans & dredged in powdered sugar…..they would melt in your mouth. mmmm mmmmmm

  4. Every once in a frequent while I will savor
    The gentle feel and the soft and sweet buttery
    Melt against the roof of my mouth of a delicious thumbprint cookie topped with a dab of warm marmalade. Mmmmm!

  5. Uncle Patty’s Chocolate Chip cookies are the best! My sister made these for me the night I went into labor with my first child. Always a great memory and one fantastic cookie.

  6. My favorite cookie is pretty much anything that’s homemade. As long as it doesn’t have raisins in it. I’ll eat it!!

  7. My favorite is tri-level brownies – oatmeal, bown sugar base, brownie in the middle, and fudge frosting on top. Yum!

  8. Only one? Softw chcolate and peanut butter cookies…brownies… apple pie, cheesecakes…. pecan pie….. pumpkin pie, oh wait it was just one…. 🙂

  9. My favorite cookie and my husband is an Oatmeal Cookie recipe from my 87 year old Aunt. It moist and chewy with soft raisins in it. It also freezes well. I’ve made it for work and potlucks. Its a perfect cookies!

  10. My favorite cookie is good ol chocolate chip but I add chopped pretzels to mine to have that extra crunch and the beautiful sweet salty taste!

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