Butter Celebrates!

November 25, 2015
Libby

Baking season is upon us, and mine will be a busy one. I normally tackle a measly two or three dozen each Christmas, but this year I’ve also signed up to bake the gingerbread man (or Gingerbread Guys in this case) for two dozen kids to decorate at a holiday party. I wanted a new recipe, a new gingerbread man, a new tradition. In Rosie Daykin’s second cookbook I have found just that.

Butter Celebrates!

Butter Celebrates!

I’m no stranger to Rosie, in fact, I’ve gushed about her before on this blog thing. Rosie owns a beautiful bakery in Van City and is known for not only her baked goods but aesthetic. Her bakery (and it’s delectable goods) are a feast for the eye as well as the palate, but fierce 6-ers rejoice, replication of these goodies is acheiveable, by way of Rosie’s latest book Butter Celebrates! which is out just in time to rock my holiday world.
Ready for the royal treatment

Ready for the royal treatment

While I can’t go into the details of her particular recipe, I can tell you it was a different approach to making my old gingerbread men. Using a double boiler to blend the molasses and sugars results in a fluffier dough, and that translated to tasty cookies. My old recipe is officially turfed! These cookies are moist, a totally different texture than the previous recipes I’ve made.
Can't catch me!

Can’t catch me!

A few other baking connoisseurs also reviewed recipes from Rosie’s new book. Check them out!

The Brunette Baker- Guinness Cake with Pretzels
The Tasty Gardener- Cookie Feast -Cinnamon Heart Cookies, Empire Cookies, Coconut Nest cookies, Cookie Jar Cookie
Strawberries for Supper- “Hostess” Cupcakes
What’s Cooking on Planet Byn-Orange Gingerbread Cake
Devour and Conquer-Christmas Panettone
Sweet Twist of Blogging-Lemon loaf
Family Bites-Animal Cookies
Style Sweet CA-Chocolate Gingerbread Genoise
eat. live. travel. write.-Champagne Cupcakes
I Sugar Coat It-Eggnog-less Bars
kellyneil.com-Peppermint Nanaimo Bars
Once Upon a Recipe-Banana Pecan Caramel Cake

Now it’s your chance! Wanna win a copy? Fill out the contest deets below! Score a bonus entry for leaving a comment below. What’s your favourite holiday baked good?
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Giveaway will run from Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at 12:01am to Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 11:59pm. Winner will be contacted via email and name will be displayed on Rafflecopter widget. Email address will never be given out to any third party or anyone for that matter.

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12 Comments. Leave new

A Cookie Bonanza with Butter Celebrates! (plus a giveaway)
November 25, 2015 12:47 am

[...] Libby Roach gets cute with Gingerbread Guys. [...]

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Butter Celebrates! Banana Pecan Caramel Cake and a Giveaway!
November 25, 2015 4:02 am

[...] from Libby Roach made Gingerbread [...]

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Thanks for the giveaway!

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Thank YOU for reading!

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Nicole Jubleew
November 25, 2015 5:19 pm

Thanks for the chance to win such a lovely prize!

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Good luck!

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Mardi (eat. live. travel. write.)
November 25, 2015 7:10 pm

These lil guys are so cute!

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They taste even better Mardi!!

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Amanda @ Once Upon a Recipe
November 26, 2015 1:23 pm

These gingerbread guys look super fun and delicious!

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Butter Celebrates Cookbook Review - Strawberries For Supper
November 26, 2015 6:29 pm

[...] Libby of Libby Roach made Gingerbread Guys [...]

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jacquee | i sugar coat it!
November 27, 2015 4:11 pm

I want to bite these guys heads off – so cute!

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Love this! I’m hoping to get some holiday baking done this year!

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