Wednesday, December 16, 2015

National Pfeffernüsse Day Is Dec 23rd. Cookies Review And ~~Giveaway~~




For more than 122 years, generations of the Bahlsen family have made European biscuits, to be enjoyed by generations of biscuit lovers. Bahlsen's origins lie in the entrepreneurial spirit of its founder, Hermann Bahlsen, who launched his business in 1889, in Hannover, Germany, where his descendants carry on the company today. Proud to be known as the largest family-run biscuit producer in the world, the Bahlsens maintain the twin standards that their grandfather established, of traditional quality and innovative improvements.

I love Christmas!!  I am not the kind of person who gets excited for receiving gifts (in all honesty it makes me a little uncomfortable,) but I love to give them, I love the Christmas lights and trees, and I absolutely love the goodies!!  

My Mom makes the best Peanut Butter fudge, my Mother in Law makes awesome breads and barks, and I make a mean Lemon bar!!  When I worked for the Postal Service and Newspaper, I had awesome costumers who would make me tons of treats at Christmas.  That is probably why I have a little extra bulk!!  lol

One customer used to make me these awesome German cookies that were gingerbread with fruit.  Oh they were so good.  I haven't had the cookies in years, and I can't find a recipe anywhere.

When I was asked to review some of Bahlsen’s cookies, how could I say no!!!  I was sent their limited holiday edition iced gingerbread cookies, and chocolate-covered iced gingerbread cookies!!!



Don't these look absolutely delicious!!!



I like how both cookies have the gingerbread taste, but not over powering.  They are both very soft and no matter how hard you try, you can't eat just one!! Both are very yummy, and very much gone in this house!!

As I said before, these are a limited holiday treat, so hit your local Shaw's, Stop & Shop, Krogers, or many other chain grocery stores to get yours!!  You can find a list of stores here.

The good folks at Bahlsen's would like to make your Holiday Season merrier (and your belly,) by offering one lucky reader 4 bags of the cookies (2 of each flavor I reviewed!!)  Pretty cool huh!!

Enter using the rafflecopter below and Merry Christmas!!!



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18 comments:

Isaiahsmom said...

My favorite Christmas cookies are the Sugar cut out cookies and the Thumb Print cookies with butter frosting.

Isaiahsmom said...

I like the Butter Leaves cookies.

karen hinkle said...

peanut butter blossom so good

Di said...

Christmas Cookies of course! especially if they are chocolate

Di said...

those WAFFELETTEN look tasty

rach said...

I would love to try the butter leaves~

Barb said...

Decorated xmas cookies and gingerbread. These would be awesome since I haven't made any cookies lately.

Becca said...

My new favorite goody is peanut butter cookies with a mini reeses peanut butter cup in them!

Becca said...

I would love to try the truffets. They look amazing!

Haydensmommy05 said...

I love frosted sugar cookies! Trisha Burgess

Haydensmommy05 said...

I would love to try the deloba cookies (biscuits )!! Trisha Burgess

Elena said...

I like to eat the gingerbread cookies

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Steph Comp said...

I like fudge at Christmas
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Steph Comp said...

The truffet looks good.
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trixx said...

We love having ginger snaps during Christmas.

trixx said...

Thier Almondina Coconut Orange Almond Crisps looks tasty too!

Tylerpants said...

I like eating candy canes during Christmas. Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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Annas Orange Thins looks yummy! Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com