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Donsuemor Cookies

Want to have a little fun and get creative this Halloween?

The fabulous folks at Donsuemor Cookies want you to!

What is Donsuemor?

“Starting with an original French recipe, Don and Susie Morris (DON-SUE-MOR) introduced madeleines to their Berkeley community in 1976. Thus began Donsuemor's mission – to bake delicious and wholesome products that surprise and delight.”

Halloween is the season where sweets are welcomed and the winner of this contest will be able to spread that joy by winning enough Donsuemor cookies to either provide for your kid's class Halloween party, or even to host your very own Halloween bash!

Donsuemor wants to give one lucky reader of The Divine Miss Mommy a supply of cookies. Lots of cookies. But you need to get a little creative to enter the contest.

ENTER TO WIN DONSUEMOR COOKIES

As the first and mandatory entry (you cannot do anything below until you have done this one), please do one of the following:

-Post the recipe here for your favorite Halloween themed treat (take an extra 5 entries if this is your own recipe)

-Post the link to a photo of Halloween themed cookies that you have made.

Do one or do both for an extra entry. I.e. If you post a recipe and a picture, then you get two entries.

FOR EXTRA ENTRIES

Like Donsuemor on Facebook. Post on their wall that The Divine Miss Mommy sent you. – 1 entry for each (one for liking and one for posting on the wall)

Follow @Donsuemore and me @StacieinAtlanta on Twitter. Tweet the info out below. – 1 entry for each (following Donsuemor, following me and the tweet- so 3 entries) You can also tweet once every four hours – 1 entry for each Tweet

“RT @StacieinAtlanta Donsuemor Halloween Cookie Contest – Win a Cookie Party! http://bit.ly/a7fPzF”

Post of picture or video of your family making witch hats (as pictured above) – 10 entries

Stumble this post. Share it Facebook. Digg it. – 1 entry each

Blog about this contest – 5 entries

Contest ends 10/24/2010 at 11:59 PM EST. Will be notified and has 48 hours to respond.

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  1. I’m not entering (yet, anyway), but OMG, I just HAD to say this… look at how cute those cookies are! Ahhh!
    .-= Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in Parenting´s last blog ..Accountability and My Need for Some =-.

  2. This is so cute — I love this idea!

  3. Des Miller

    Check out these great cookies–very similar to the ones you showed online. Technically, my neighbor did more of the making than I did and I did more of the eating, but that still qualifies, right?
    http://www.bottlestobritches.com/parenttalk/3-parent-talk/117-halloween-fun-decorations.html

  4. Des AKA StressFreeBaby

    following both of you on twitter…
    “liked” donsuemore on facebook and told them you sent me…
    tweeted about you, too. i hope it’s enough entries to let me win! yum!!! i am the original cookie monster.

  5. We are making these for my daughters Halloween party… yeah it’s not easy being the cool mom 😉
    Browinie Pops
    1 pan of your favorite brownies, the more fudge-like the better

    Assorted candy melts:
    1 package white chocolate candy melts
    1 package orange candy melts
    1/2 package green candy melts
    1/2 package chocolate candy melts

    Assorted Sprinkles/Decorations

    Bake brownies according to your recipe or package directions. As long as the brownies are fudgy you can wait to roll them in to balls.

    Roll each mixture into quarter size balls and lay on cookie sheet lined with wax paper (Should make approximately 75). Chill for several hours (you can speed this up by putting in the freezer).

    To make pumpkins:

    Melt green and orange chocolate in microwave in 30 second intervals stirring in between. When chocolate is completely melted, dip one end of a lolly-pop stick into the green chocolate and then insert it into the brownie. Let chocolate harden. Continue to roll balls in orange chocolate and lay on wax paper until firm. When the chocolate has hardened you can use edible markers to draw faces on the pumpkins.

    To make mummies:

    Insert lolly-pop stick into brownie. Melt white chocolate in microwave in 30 second intervals stirring in between. When chocolate is completely melted roll balls in white chocolate and lay on wax paper until firm. When the chocolate has hardened decorate with drizzled chocolate. Place white chocolate in a sandwich bag on a microwave safe dish and microwave in 30 second intervals moving the chocolate around between. Using scissors, cut the very tip off the sandwich bag. The smaller your cut, the smalled the drizzle. Use the sandwich bag to pipe the chocolate back and forth over the hardened chocolate ball. Use round sprinkles or colored chocolate for eyes.
    .-= Tonya@ A Family Completed´s last blog ..Anytime Costume Review =-.

  6. I Like Donsuemor on FB: Tonya C.

    Thanks for the chance
    TonyaMCrain [at] aol.com
    .-= Tonya@ A Family Completed´s last blog ..Anytime Costume Review =-.

  7. Also left a comment letting them know you sent me there
    .-= Tonya@ A Family Completed´s last blog ..Anytime Costume Review =-.

  8. Following @StacieinAtlanta on Twitter @Mom2LinzNOkie

  9. Following @Donsuemore on Twitter @Mom2LinzNOkie

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