You'll receive TEN famous chocolate chip cookie recipes broken down into smaller portions and then we will go over how to make them all at once to have a blind taste-testing! What is better than a milk and cookie testing night?
Worried about not having enough eggs, butter, and sugar to make ALL these cookies? Don't be! With the smaller portions, we will only be using the same amount as making a double batch of cookies. Plus you can do it whenever is convenient for your family's schedule!
Families are going back to simple this year, and enjoying time at home without running from activity to activity. The moments and memories you will make baking delicious cookies are exactly what will make staying home worth it! ❤️
Hours of fun for the whole family
I saw an ad for The Great Cookie Quest on Facebook. My parents are visiting from PA for the first time since Covid-19 hit and I thought this would be fun to do with grandma and grandpa and their grandgirls! This was beyond fun. It takes a few simple ingredients and 10 bowls to get going. We followed the steps and filled one ingredient at a time in all bowls, working and laughing as a team. Before we knew it we were snacking on chocolate chips and waiting by the oven hoping to get a glance at the little dough balls melting into cookies.
Just such a fun activity that I would love to do again. We all rolled into bed full and having had such an awesome family bonding experience. So grateful that this ad popped up and that we took a leap of faith. So much fun and love how unconnected from technology we can be and how we can create lifelong memories. Thanks Kennett Kitchen for a fun idea. Worked so well for our 5 year old and 11 year old. Grandma also loved doing it and she is ready to try her favorites at home.
This was one of the funnest things that we've done as a family. We love to bake together, but this was so well thought out and everyone was able to participate. Making small batches of dough was a little difficult, but we were so full after taste testing. The very best part of it was getting everything lined up for the blind taste testing. The kids had SO much fun as they "evaluated" each cookie and then ranked them. I would definitely do this again and recommend it to any family who needs a fun and engaging activity to do!
What a fun day! We took the afternoon the make and bake all 10 recipes. And then we tasted them - I created a judging sheet that had spots for Appearance, Taste and other exceptional features. Not only did we talk about what the different ingredients might do to the recipe, but the kids were really empowered to cook themselves! This activity is going to stay in our memory banks for a long time.