Tuesday

Bake at 350 Spring Cookie Giveaway!

Congratulations to New Momma at 9 Months and Beyond!  You won! Please email me your address!  Thanks everyone for entering. And make sure you visit my neighbor to learn how to make your own cookies. I'm going to attempt it myself!!

I think God must really like me.
Remember when I told y'all about my new next door neighbor......the creative lady who Bakes at 350?

Well. She's been letting me taste-test some of her treats!

And I hold her completely responsible for the way I will look in a bathing suit this summer.

The other day we had dinner at their adorable house (I'd love to show y'all pictures of her cute home, but it seemed a little rude to snap my camera over pasta). We feasted on spaghetti and meatballs, Caesar salad with hand-made, heart-shaped croutons and this for dessert.

I'm thinking I won't be able to get by with Girl Scout Cookies again when I invite them back to my house.

But I also won't be baking up my own cookies.

Need I remind you she makes these:


And these:
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Today is your lucky cloverleaf-shaped day! 


Because one lucky winner will win A DOZEN handmade, delicious Spring cookies!! (Value $42) And she's pulling out a new Spring cookie cutter just for you, so I'm sure it will be AMAZING!

Go look around her blog and leave a comment telling me how lucky I am so have such a great neighbor!

Oh, and I reserve the right to taste one of your cookies, just to make sure you're receiving the highest quality.

Kidding.

Sort of.

U.S. shipping only and this giveaway closes Wednesday night!

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Jodi said...

ooh - you are a lucky duck! of course, I'd probably end up weighing 500 lbs :) Those lemon scones look to die for...might have to give them a try! Thanks!

Alicia said...

So yummy! I've so enjoyed reading (and drooling) over her blog since you introduced her a few weeks ago. I'd love a chance to taste her goodies first hand.

Kendra said...

Sweet! Everything on her blog looks scrumptious :) I envy you, but my hips are slightly thankful that they are not in close proximity to her deliciousness. (Of course, if "we" won, my hips would not complain - or at least I'd ignore them :)

The Glamorous Life said...

See the thing about cookies is that even ugly ones taste pretty good. But pretty ones like these? Must be out of this world!

Can't imagine!
Would love to win and share with a retirement home in my neighborhood.

Happy Spring!!!

shaka said...

totally lucky! I love to bake I am so bookmarking this blog,those pink poodle cookies are so cute

ispeakbeanish said...

Yum! Not much better than delicious works of art!

meg said...

Her cookies are some serious kitchen art!

Rachel said...

I've been reading her blog since you first posted about her being your neighbor, oddly enough about the time I found yours. I love her decorating technique, enough so that I might be brave enough to try it on my own. Her little hearts were so cute...sigh. I just don't have the gift. If we won I probably would just look and them and not eat them. :)

The Stewarts said...

I have been reading her blog since I saw it mentioned on your website! I would LOVE to have a neighbor like her - especially to share the cookies, and the love of blogging!

punkinmama said...

You are so lucky! I would love to have a neihgbor who knew there were different *kinds* of lemons, and knew how to make perfectly red icing, and could make homemade hostess cupcakes, and who let me taste her delicious cookies, and... I could go on and on!

~Sandy~ said...

The Pink Poodle cookies are adorable! My mouth was watering as I scrolled through her yummy blog :O) Please tell her that the house next door to me is for sale and I would LOVE for her to move in!!!

Jamie @ Purposeful Pursuit said...

Wow, I'm seriously impressed! You are lucky to have a neighbor like her. I'd invite her over for dinner...but I'd ask her to bring the dessert!

Candy Graber said...

You are super lucky to have such a neighbor! I love her blog and yours too! I also love cookies, hope I win!

Heather @ Sugar N Spice Mostly Nice said...

I am drooling! I don't think this is going to help my diet at all!!

Tasha said...

I love that you turned us on to her blog. I started following immediately! Her creations are amazing!
You have the best neighbor!

Lazy Mom Leslie said...

What a great neighbor! I used to have such a neighbor. She cooked these huge meals for just two of them and we got all the left overs. She loved to bake to! I miss her food, but most of all I miss her company.

M.E. said...

Her Easter egg cookies are so neat and intricate! Love the patriotic stars, too!
Thanks for a great giveaway!

aggiemomof2 said...

I've been following her since you introduced us and her cookies are fabulous! She's inspired me to be more creative, but nothing has come out of my kitchen that is near that cute!
sylviarj at yahoo dot com

Balancing Act said...

Wow! Those pink poodles are something else. Lucky you!

Sara W said...

Wow, she is a true food artist. They look almost too good to eat - ALMOST.
Sara
sbwichert@hotmail.com

RLR said...

Added her to my reader when you told us she was your neighbor - love reading about all of her baking adventures!

Rosie and Derek said...

Wow, all of her cookies are works of art! You are totally lucky to have her as a neighbor!

Jen said...

I am jealous that she is your neighbor. Her cookies look awesome.

jandcwed said...

Those are adorable! What art work!

Christi
Arkansas

New momma said...

I have seriously become addicted to her blog! (no worries, I still follow yours too). I have tried to make some of the recipes she posts, but mine never turn out as good as her's looks! Thanks for introducing us to her!

Maree Jeanne said...

Yum! What a lucky lady you are to have such a talented neighbor who is willing to share!

Kelley said...

I just stumbled on your blog, thus stumbling onto the Bake at 350 blog. Amazing! She is such an artist. I loved the pink poodle cookies, of course, but best of all, I discovered a recipe that I had for years and lost. Now I can make scrumptious Caramel Brownies again! Thanks so much!

Evening Shade Morning Latte said...

WOW! She does AWESOME work!! Everything is just so delicious looking. I don't think I'd be moving if she were my neighbor!!!! *grin*

~Evening Shade Morning Latte in Texas

Jennifer said...

You are very lucky, indeed! Her blog is adorable, and she has some fantastic looking recipes on there. Yummy!

Amber, That's Me! said...

Yes, you are a lucky girl. She has such fun ideas for those. Very talented. The paint chip cookies are a hoot!

Alice said...

You are so amazingly blessed to have this wonderful Bake at 350 lady as your neighbor. And she is so wonderfully blessed to have you as her neighbor as well! Girl Scout Cookies and all :O). Actually, I love GS cookies. But! I want to enter the contest for these cookies also. My email address is: kenoly2000@hotmail.com Thanks :O)

Gigi's Gatherings said...

Bake at 350 was one of the 1st blogs I started following. Her cookies are amazing. You are one lucky lady.
gbizzell@hotmail.com

Helen said...

I found your blog through hers and you are both great! Let me know when there's a house for sale on your street because I'm movin' in!

pcb said...

Oh, you ARE lucky (all except the extra weight! - I'd gain a hundred pounds). Those scones had me drooling on my keyboard. MMMMMM

brudcrew said...

Oooh, oooh, I would love to know if they taste as good as they look.

Anonymous said...

Her pink poodle cookies are my favorite! You are VERY lucky. Im jealous.
joelster87@hotmail.com

Selina said...

You are so lucky to live by her... If these goodies taste as good as they look, I would gain weight just looking at them. Thanks for the chance. iclipalso(at)yahoo(dot)com

Tina said...

Your so lucky. That's art not cookies! I couldn't eat one! Just kidding.

Jennifer A. said...

mmmm, cookies! Think I can pass them off as my own for easter? Yeah, me either.

Annemarie said...

This is like a dream come true! I love, love, love her cookies. You are one lucky girl to get to be a taste tester!

Carolyn G said...

i wish I had those shamrock cookies for tomorrow.

I absolutely adore the pink poodles as well.

Thanks for a yummy giveaway.

jennypilgrim said...

I always read the blog Bake @ 350 and she has the most wonderful looking cookies I have ever seen. Please enter me in this wonderful giveaway! I can't wait to taste these beautiful cookies!!!!!!

Jenny Moon
http://jennypilgrim.blogspot.com

Liz from WI said...

Those great red hearts make me drool every single time I visit that Bake at 350....but I giggle every time about your son visiting while she was taking pictures of them and ask her if she blogged:)

All my kids are coming home for Easter, and I am a kitchen disaster, especially when it come to cookies!!

mrsbumblebee said...

I found you through Bake 350 and I love both the blogs! You are so lucky to have each other for neighbors. I hope I am as lucky as you two ladies are. I love all of her cookies and I've tried almost all her recipies. I learn something new whenever I read your blog. You lucky ducks!

Brooke said...

You are a very lucky girl! Did you get to taste her Meyer Lemon-Vanilla Scones she has on her blog? Oh they look so very yummy!

Have a lovely night!

Tammy said...

I'm glad she is your neighbor and not mine! Because I'd be HUMONGOUS if she lived anywhere near me.

Those cookies look wonderful!

Amy @ Finer Things said...

You are so very lucky. (I think she's pretty lucky too, by the way.) Everything on her site looks too good to eat, but lemon cookies just shout out SPRING!

Cayce D. said...

I put your pal on my Google reader after seeing her Valentine's cookies a few weeks ago. Beautiful!

Jowanna said...

Her cookies are just beautiful, and I bet they taste as good as they look. She obviously puts a lot of love in her creations. Hope I win!

~~Rhonda said...

We should all have such great neighbors! :-D Food and friends, a great combo! ~~Rhonda :)

KCShipe said...

How come my cookies NEVER look as good as hers? Life is just so not fair.
Can cookies be framed?

Marcia Milne said...

The Pink poodles are to DIE FOR! I would LOVE to win these cookies-even if I am trying to get "swimsuit" ready-isn't there a saying if their cute calories don't count?

nutmeg said...

I almost cried when I saw the ice cream pie. What's up with that? Not only does everything sound absolutely delicious, it's all GORGEOUS! Lucky lady, indeed.

Amy said...

Wow! You are lucky! I would love to get icing decoration lessons from her! :)

Robin said...

Just added her to my Google Reader. Everything looks so yummy and beautiful! She's a great photographer too. I'd love to win some of her cookies!

Upstatemomof3 said...

Anyone who can bake that well is a very good neighbor to have. Plus, she just seems so sweet in all of her posts. And I love the look of those clover cookies. I love St Patty's day stuff. :)

SAMANTHA AND JEREMIAH said...

I've been following both of your blogs for some time. And I've reading her (and your) post on making the cutest creations EVER! And she makes it look and sounds so easy… I can only wish, I could do something so creative like her. You both are way LUCKY to live next to each other..... a cute cozy home with some, yummy gorgeous treats!

Kobie said...

I seriously LOVE her site! I could eat every single thing that she posts about and then go back for seconds. Oh, how I would love to win this!

trisha said...

How unfair is life when you have a neighbor like that and I have a neighbor whose kids throw rocks at my dog!! Lucky you!! Her goodies look delicious!!!

dianne - bunny trails said...

WOW!! Are you ever lucky!! What an amazing lady. Those lemon vanilla scones are looking pretty incredible! :-)

Heather said...

I already told you how jealous I was of you for having such a wonderful neighbor!! I was just thinking today about how I have a love/hate relationship with carbs!! I LOVE them, but my hips and belly HATE them. Oh, well, maybe they love them too and that's why they refuse to let go of them!! ;) Anyhow, I'm sure my Hubby and 3 kiddos would be more than willing to help me gobble some of that deliciousness up!

triplett.heather@gmail.com

Heather said...

oh my wow! you are lucky to have such a "sweet" neigbor! and i'm lucky to have a new blog to check out and drool over. thanks for sharing! and i really want to make that turtle ice cream pie. YUM!

Icedream said...

Oh, I think you know exactly how lucky you are to have this neighbor and I am trying not to be jealous. The cookies are adorable, I loved the pink poodles! But those glazed lemon scones looked sooo scrumptious. Yes, you are lucky :D

Carlee said...

Wow! Great cookies and recipes and tips. I'd say you have a winner for a neighbor!

MemeGRL said...

Everything that involves outlines, thinned icing, and multiple steps (including "leave out overnight" since that, in my house, would end with "for your children to eat before breakfast") inspires my awe. I would love to see some of her edible art in person!

Composing Hallelujahs said...

very cool cookies

April said...

I love her blog! I am so thankful to YOU for introducing me to it. I have always wanted to learn to do cookies like that and now I think I might actually be able to!

The Vance's said...

I have been following her blog since you introduced her. I love, love, love her blog. I am so excited to try and make some cookies. They won't be as beautiful as her though. :( I can imagine they taste and good as they look!

pestkaj said...

Oh many, you are one lucky gal! I would be living at her house if she were my neighbor!

pestkaj(at)yahoo(dot)com

Mrs. Jennifer Jenkins said...

I was the opposite of most readers, I had been reading Bake at 350 so I am more than aware of her hunger inducing talents! I am absolutly in LOVE with all of her treats and although I am not incredibly blessed to have her as a neighbor, I would be honored to be selected for the giveaway!

H.K. said...

Oh my gosh! You are SOOOO lucky!

Sarah {SCS: Sairabee} said...

Ooo oo ooo! Pick me! I have been loving her stuff forEVER. Now it looks like I'm going to have to add your blog to my reader, too!

Is there a house for sale in the neighborhood? I blog! I want to get in on the fun! :)

heather said...

Oh my goodness! I have been drooling over your blog since you started talking about her! I would love to taste some of her fantastic cookies!

stacywhite said...

I have been following her blog since you posted about it the very first time. Such a gift she has!

Kirby3131 said...

I have been to that womans blog so many times that my eyes hurt. I cannot imagine living next door to such wonderfulness.

Ooooh, I'd love to win a treat. LOVE IT! Thank you for the chance. :o)

Lady Dorothy said...

Ah, yes! You are definitely blessed! Does she do anything that is not absolutely gorgeous?? Oh, how I hope I win!

melodyofamom said...

Oh my goodness! Those cookies are perfect! You are a lucky woman to have a neighbor who bakes!

Anonymous said...

So lucky! Love to have a taste...thanks so much!

jaclynmuelheim@juno.com

Judith said...

Thanks for introducing your DELICIOUS neighbor to us all. Her baked goods look amazing ..... and even if it is Lent, I'd be glad to add taste to sight!

Anonymous said...

The caramel brownies looked delicious, but I couldn't resist the Meyer Lemon Scones!

Cheryl

Kimberly said...

Oh so tummy! I would be gaining weight, too. Her stuff looks beautiful.

~*Michelle*~ said...

I probably would have a restraining order placed on me if I lived near this dream neighbor.....I almost licked my computer screen when I saw those caramel brownies. (there was def. drool on my keyboard)

WOW!

Anonymous said...

Wow! Lots of yummy treats on her blog.

Beth - reading44654@yahoo.com

Lori said...

You are SO lucky. The easter cookies would be great, but she's so talented and creative I would just say surprise me!

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

Man, you are so lucky those scones look delicious and cookies! I am drooling, now I need to attempt to slap together some baked goods! I will eat them bitterly until I win!

mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

Adrienne said...

I could only wish I lived next door to her. I visit her site daily, right after yours ofcourse!
I am in love with the carmel brownies she made awhile back.

A happy heart at home said...

Wow, those cookies look amazing! I'm the 'cookie mix in a pouch' type of cook LOL!

~Susan

Melissa R said...

It must have been like a dream to find you were next door to another blogger, and not one who blogs about wacky stuff, but one who BAKES! Lucky duck!

Rich said...

You are so lucky! There would be a nose print of mine on her kitchen window if I lived next door!

Amazing Greis said...

Wow, what I wouldn't give to have a neighbor like Ms. Bake at 350!!! Ok, so truthfully I should probably be thankful that she's not my neighbor, she should feel pretty lucky too, because I would totally be at her house everyday taste testing and gaining uncontrollable amounts of weight, that I'm currently trying to lose. It would be kind of stalkerish in a way, so yes, she's lucky I'm not next door.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to have a neighbor like that! Yum!
Wendy
weedm74 (at) gmail (dot) com

Thena said...

I love to bake cookies with the kids but they don't look as good as hers. Her caramel brownies look like they would melt in your mouth. Yum!!!!

Fairion said...

Somehow I missed that you were neighbors. How cool is that. I follow both blogs and yet not seen the connection. You are very lucky to have such a cool neighbor.

Linda Miller said...

Ohhh those look simply divine. I'd weigh 500 lbs too if she lived next door to me.

Ace said...

I'd be on the biggest loser if she lived next to me. She'd be my best friend in the world and I'd always be there!

Her caramel brownies look amazing. Mouth-watering amazing.

Tara said...

You know what I love about her blog? Her pictures. She made lemon zest look beautiful! :) Great Job Baker neighbor. :)

That Girl said...

you are so lucky to have all that great food right next door! Her food looks delicious!

Amy said...

Definitely lucky!! I would totally ask for her to teach me to make cookies that beautiful! I haven't mastered the skills quite yet and I'm just jealous! :) I bet the cookies taste amazing too!

Beth said...

You're blessed, for sure! The LIVEstrong cookie story made me cry. What a great way to honor someone. Beth

Jaden Paige said...

That is awesome! I have been following her since you first mentioned her, and those creations... WOW! I just don't know how she pulls it off... They look SO fabulous, and yummy... mm! :)

Angela said...

I'm so envious that she can make those! I want in on this deal! Thanks!

Traci Best said...

I want a fresh-from-the-oven Lemon-Vanilla scone!!! (*pout*) LOL Those look INSANE-LY good!

She makes it all look so effortless! Her cookies are ART!

You ARE SO LUCKY!!! ;)

geishagal said...

OMG!!! You are very lucky to have a great neighbor like her. I just stumbled to this site this am, AND I am intrigued. My freakin neighbors won't even give me a smile, and they are free. Eye contact, not even. I would love to "win", yeah right. If it helps, the dh was admitted to the hospital yesterday, he's really sick. His birthday is on the 21st and these cookies would be great!

Rebecca Shaw said...

I keep meaning to try to make her scones. They look yummy. Thanks for introducing us to her!

everydayMOM said...

I look at your neighbor's blog all the time. She is amazing! Her cookie tips are great!

Sheila said...

I am amazed at what she can do! I wish I had just a percentage of her creative ability.

Chelsea said...

I'm jealous! My neighbors just leave dog poop in my yard, but you get COOKIES!

I do love a fancy but tasty cookie. Forget the hips -- God's blessed you with taste buds and a new friend who can please them.

Laura said...

Wow! You really are lucky. I've never seen such beautiful cookies!
Laura

Hannah :) said...

I LOVE MAKING COOKIES. I can sense a kindred spirit :)

SIGN ME UP! :)

Hannah
www.allaboutnonsense.blogspot.com

Lorie said...

I'd love to make cookies that look like this. Maybe after the 3.5yo old & 4mo are grown. I've subscribed to 350 since you first told us about her.

Kim H. said...

Oh my gosh - can I get one of those pies too?! Wow - you ARE one lucky neighbor!

Sarah@VintageChic said...

Wow! Her blog is amazing. she is so talented!

Michaela said...

oh my goodness :) I am Bridget's cousin and I have never had one of her cookies can you believe that! please put my name in the hat :) I am happy she found such a sweet neighbor :)

Jendeis said...

Love her blog so much I've been telling everyone I know about it! My faves are the pink poodles. :)

Zimms Zoo said...

Those poodles cookies are so cute. Everything looked completely amazing.

I hope I win those cookies!

Monica said...

I added her blog to my reader after you mentioned her and I am just in awe of her beautiful creations!!! If they're half as tasty as they look, then there's no way I want to miss out on this giveaway! You're so very lucky to have her as a neighbor.

Diane Conn said...

You are SO lucky!

Amy said...

I all ready follow your neighbor's blog because I have cookie envy. They are amazing and she has great directions on decorating cookies. If only I could find more time!! My kids wouldn't know what to do with a pretty cookie! But I think we could figure it out lol!

TV Watching Mama said...

Yummy! I love cookies, especially the ones with frosting. Everything she makes is just beautiful!

Tracey said...

Just drooling over the pictures of her scones - and am sure they taste equally amazing! If she ever moves again, I'll have to send my address so she can check out our neighborhood!

Nancy Jacobs Basketmaster said...

Oh my, her blog made my mouth water. What talent she has! Thanks for sharing her blog with us.
Nancy
www.basketmasterweavings.blogspot.com

Liz said...

I need those cookies!! They look fantastic!!

Lynn said...

You have GOT to be kidding me!!! My mouth is watering after a few minutes perusing that baking goodness. Those caramel brownies.....sigh....

LeeAnn said...

Bake at 350 IS talented. I enjoy both your blogs. You are lucky to be neighbors. How fun! Most of my friends don't even know what blogging is and if they knew I took pictures of food, well...

Enter me in the giveaway. I'd love to sample her cookies.

LeeAnn said...

Bake at 350 IS talented. I enjoy both your blogs. You are lucky to be neighbors. How fun! Most of my friends don't even know what blogging is and if they knew I took pictures of food, well...

Enter me in the giveaway. I'd love to sample her cookies.

LeeAnn said...

Bake at 350 IS talented. I enjoy both your blogs. You are lucky to be neighbors. How fun! Most of my friends don't even know what blogging is and if they knew I took pictures of food, well...

Enter me in the giveaway. I'd love to sample her cookies.

LeeAnn said...

Bake at 350 IS talented. I enjoy both your blogs. You are lucky to be neighbors. How fun! Most of my friends don't even know what blogging is and if they knew I took pictures of food, well...

Enter me in the giveaway. I'd love to sample her cookies.

LeeAnn said...

Bake at 350 IS talented. I enjoy both your blogs. You are lucky to be neighbors. How fun! Most of my friends don't even know what blogging is and if they knew I took pictures of food, well...

Enter me in the giveaway. I'd love to sample her cookies.

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

You are SO lucky to have a neighbor who bakes AND blogs, how much fun is that?! My friends in real life don't always get the blogging thing at all.

I'd love some of those cute cookies!

dmfitzpatrick16 said...

You are very lucky to have her for a neighbor. I've enjoyed going back and looking at some of her delicious recipes. It made for a good story about how you discovered each others blogs too.

Deanna
dmfitzpatrick16 @ rangers.nwosu.edu

The Parson's Wife said...

You are truly blessed that she shares her talents with you! I check the blogs daily and have hundreds of cookie cutters myself because of blogs like these! Bless you, and count me in on the giveaway!

Melanee said...

Ooh, I love her cookies! She's so talented. You really are lucky to have her for a neighbor.

Jill said...

Oh my goodness, I would love to have a neighbor that makes such cute cookies!! I loved the pink poodles!!

Erica said...

I and my family are always suckers for a good cookie. Thanks for sharing the pictures (so maybe we can try to copy?) and the real thing!

Marissa said...

That's pretty darn easy - three words - real vanilla bean... Also - she's very informative and her pictures and tutorials make me want to go get supplies and actually try flooding cookies and sanding sugars. I've always been a little intimidated or at least put off trying all of that, but her blog makes me want to run to the store and spend an afternoon playing in flour and sugar, making a big mess, and baking up a storm.

Kris said...

I have become a fan of hers since you first introduced her. I love all of her tips and her creativity. So, much so, I was excited when she left a comment on my new baking/cooking blog. I hope to follow up on her request soon. Thanks for introducing her to all of us.

Rachel said...

You are one lucky duck! I might have given my left leg to have lived next door to her the day she made those lemon scones. Mercy.

fruitfulwords said...

Yes, you are lucky: great baker who shares, a neighbor bloggy and a nice person. You've scored.

So many great looking sweets from scones to brownies,from cakes to cookies. I surely won't mind if I win. :-0

HennHouse said...

You ARE lucky! Good thing she doesn't charge you for the baked goods (yet). She is so talented--I just loved the V-day cookies. And her photos look like something out of a magazine.

ilovemy5kids said...

Wow! I love the monogram blogs. How she makes it look so easy! If she lived close, I'd want some real-life lessons. :)

Jeni said...

You are truly blessed to have such a talented neighbor! Thanks for sharing her blog with us - I'm now a subscriber of Bake at 350 and I LOVE all the yummy things she makes!

Amanda said...

Oh my!!!!!! you lucky lucky lucky lil gal. Soooooooo want to taste one of these little sweet gems! If she is ever over your house- Im going to "suprise" stop in- I wanna meet her. And want to use her for one of my showers :-)

Jen said...

I am a huge fan of hers... came here from her blog. She inspires me to try to make cookies like hers, but they don't come out quite as nice.

How does one make heart shaped croutons?

Lyndsi said...

You are a very lucky lady! I am totally jealous but winning some cookies should help =)

Susan said...

That's awesome! I would LOVE these; both to eat and just to look out. They're lovely.

Sheryl said...

It great to have a neighbor with a wonderful gift. I love to make cookies with my children, but they don't come out like your neighbors.

jenlaser2015 said...

Wow. Your neighbor rocks. I think that pie for dessert would have put me over the edge. Aren't cool neighbors the greatest?

Miss Thystle said...

YOu're so lucky to have a neighbor that bakes! And shares! The only things MY neighbors share are their late night arguments and smashed beer bottles.

Chris said...

I would love to have the chance to be able to bake all of those wonderful cookies. I would probably weigh a million pounds. I hope I get picked for your giveaway.

Amanda said...

Oh wow, you sure are lucky!! What a talented neighbor you have!! I would love to help sample if my services are needed! :)

Amber said...

I wish my neighbors baked cookies like that!!!

Jill said...

Ooooohhhh yum! Now this is a giveaway I HAVE to win! I have tried to make cookies that look like hers... but hers are just perfect every time!

Pam said...

And just where do y'all live? I want to be your neighbor, too! So many creative people on one block. Of course, you'd have to roll me down the street 'cause I'd weigh 2,000 lbs. Her treats are gorgeous. Hope I get to try them.

Beth S. said...

I have her blog in my list of favorites (ever since I saw it on your blog) and check for new goodies every day! I also would rather BAKE than cook, so I feel we are kindred spirits! LOVE her stuff!

Amanda C. said...

You are SOOO lucky!!
Those are little masterpieces!

MomStarr said...

Cookies are my most favorite sweet!! And I love sweets!!! It is fun to eat the beautiful ones like she creates! Lori

Cheryl said...

Mmm..cookies. :-) She does a great job.

Anonymous said...

I have been enjoying Bridgets blog ever since your valentines cookie posting. Thanks for the Link-ee to Bake @ 350.

JenLogue said...

yeah!

Kacie said...

You ARE lucky - those kinds of cookies sold for big bucks at my former job at a catering company! :)

Krista said...

Oh, I love her blog! I am so glad you introduced her to us. All the food looks amazing. I would be delighted to taste a sample of her wares! Plus, I took her Works for Me Wednesday advice and bought a bench scraper! I cannot wait to use it.

Ingrid said...

Oh, I don't have to hop over to her blog to know that you are seriously lucky to have her as a neighbor (and her you.....while you may not be as slim and trim as you were before all the cookies but she will be as you've been helping with all cookie calories!) I've been checking out Bridget's blog for awhile. She's mega talented. Thanks to you (both) for a cool giveway.
~ingrid

j2319 said...

I just love her cookies! Although I have a collection of cookie cutters my cookies are boring in comparison. I bet her's taste as good as they look, too.

GiBee said...

I love her blog. I started reading it when you featured her a while back, and now I'm hooked. She is so stinking talented. My son loves, LOVES cookies... Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

The Sensible Momma said...

Wow! How exciting that you live next door to her! I'd be tempted to visit every once in a while...her blog made me hungry!

Buffie said...

Oh my gosh, if I had a neighbor like her I would be gaining weight. It's so hard to resist delicious home baked goodies. Those lemon vanilla scones and poodle cookies looked delcious.

HeatherC said...

Oh wow- I gained a few pounds just looking! DELICIOUS... :)

r- m val said...

oh my goodness! those look amazing. i think i've gained a few pounds just looking at the photos. and now i'm hungry and must go find something sweet to eat!

Darla~SassyHomemaker said...

I don't know who's luckier, really. I can't imagine having a blogger in my TOWN let alone as my neighbor.

Heck, I'd just like someone I knew IRL to know what a blog IS.

Lucky duck.

allie said...

I would love to bake some of these beautiful cookies.

Amyb said...

Yummy. What I wouldn't give for smell-o-vision and taste-o-vision. My kids will probably get most of these and they won't appreciate the beauty of them--I'll enjoy from a distance as they claim them all!

Melly said...

You are lucky because of the amount of skill and knowledge your neighbor has. The fact that she is willing to share it is awesome.
mellisa.willis@sbcglobal.net

Jessica said...

How fun! I remember when you talked about finding out who your new neighbor was. I knew you wouldn't scare her away! ;) How fun to win some cookies in the mail. That would be exciting!! She does an amazing job. I love the wedding cookies. Wish I would have thought about that 6 years ago.

T with Honey said...

If you get to eat some of her homemade Hostess cupcakes then you are definitely one lucky neighbor.

Jessica D. said...

Your so lucky because when she opens her window the smell comes your way and it smell as if your the baker. YOu'll never have to buy those candles that smell like a bakery again.

Amy said...

oooooo....I have wanted one of her cookies for a long TIME :)

~Maria said...

What talent! You two make a great team! Lucky ducks!

Donna @ Way More Homemade said...

I have been enjoying Bridget's blog. Glad you two have encountered one another.

nottryingforaboy said...

You're totally lucky. I read her blog for a while about a year ago- I had to give it up for the waistline. ;)

Seriously, her stuff is amazing.

Jessica said...

What wonderful cookies! You are lucky to have such a great neighbor. I'll be back to drool often.

Cheri-Beri said...

You are indeed very lucky to have such a great and talented neighbor. My neighbor got me hooked on curry chicken salad. And she doesn't let me taste test anymore - lol :-)

Mandy said...

From your first post on your new neighbor i have wanted to live next to guys so I get to enjoy the cookies too!! Not fair!

The Halbert Home said...

It's always nice to find a friendly neighbor...one that bakes well is even better.

Anonymous said...

I love her blog. She makes such cute things...


chopf712@yahoo.com

Bennett Family said...

I have been stalking her blog since you first mentioned it. She is very talented and I love that she gives hints and instructions for it all.
Yummy!
Tia

Darius and Kelly Miknaitis said...

OOOH YUM! I'm so jealous. Can your neighbor come teach my neighbor how to make some yummy and beautiful cookies like that? :)

Jenn Calling Home said...

Yep, you were right! You are one lucky neighbor, and I'm afraid my waistline might be sorry for finding her site. Yummy!

MJ said...

I subscribed to your neighbor's blog shortly eafter you introduced her...I SO wish that I could decorate cookies like that!! Count me in on the giveaway! :)

mjsmith723 at gmail.com

Andrew's Mom said...

Talk about a welcome wagon!

anothernewseason said...

Yah I'd say your one lucky lady. I'd love to have a neighbor who can decorate cookies so well. I'd love to learn how to do it! Maybe I should go over and meet my neighbor, maybe I'll be lucky and have a baker for a neighbor too!

Rob & Brooke said...

Umm, YUM! I want a neighbor so talented, generous, and delicious!

Alyson said...

Mmmmmm...such yummy treats! You are indeed fortunate in your neighbors. I use to have a baker neighbor, who always baked scrumptious things for us--then we had to move out of state. :( How I miss those goodies!

Tami said...

My daughter and I love the site, it gets the creative juices flowing.

vanillamarti@yahoo.com

Laura said...

Wouldn't I love to live next door to her, or you for that matter. Everything looks really yummy.

Shoebee said...

I wish she was my neighbor. I loved her recipe for thor hostess cupcakes. I have made that recipe 2 x already. She has a greaqt blog.

Laury said...

Well, I already have her bookmarked from "Running" into her through a cupcake blog :) She has some fabulous ideas! I am already tring her cute iced poodle cookies idea for a "puppies and kitties" birthday party for my one and two year olds. Should be a blast.
I pray everyday that someone like you very own neighbor will move into the vacant house we have nextdoor to us. I would LOVE to have a creative friend to "play" with and chat with. Oh to dream. Did I say I was jeallous of you yet? Well, I am.

Michelle@lifeinawhirlwind said...

Those pink poodle cookies are too cute. You are very, very lucky. I want to be her neighbor too.

It Feels Like Chaos said...

Oh, everything on her site just looks so wonderful -- the scones, the pie, the cookies!!! You are truly blessed to be living near such a culinary genius. You may have to corrupt her kids with a little boxed mac n' cheese someday when they're over at your house, though!

Sharinskishe said...

I don't normally like lemon flavored foods, but I know I would like those scones! Those Meyer lemons look good by themselves.

Thanks for all you do for us in Blogland. You are very blessed (not lucky) to have Bake At 350 for your physical neighbor. But we are all neighbors now, because of Blogland! So I too am her neighbor, and yours too. I hope you like new neighbors!

I know that whomever you choose for the give-a-way will be honored and grateful.

Sharinskishe

PS. Her cookies may look too good to eat, but I am guessing that we all would eat them. I am sure they are good enough to eat if they are good enough to look at.

And my favorite flavor is Chocolate! Not Shamrock green!!!

Beth (A Mom's Life) said...

A blogger that bakes!? That is the kind of neighbor I'm looking for! Everything on her site looks good to me!

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