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Calling all cookie bakers and lovers! And your young budding artists!

EAP Cookie Recipe and Winter Art Exchange Book – Looking for submissions to publish before the holidays!

Calling all cookie bakers and lovers… and your young budding artists! Looking for submissions to publish before the holidays!

Last year, since we couldn’t host our annual cookie exchange due to COVID-19 transmission concerns, we asked the campus community for recipe submissions*. Since we’re not quite out of the woods just yet, the EAP committee has decided that it is best to hold off on its in-person cookie exchange again this year, but we have another plan to help you satisfy your winter sweet tooth.

We’re reaching out to the campus community early this year asking for your favorite cookie recipes again in the hope that we can publish our very own downloadable cookie recipe book for New Paltz employees, with the (very ambitious) timeline to deliver to the campus community by mid-December, around the time we would normally host the cookie exchange event. (*For those who contributed recipes in 2020 – we will be including them!)

Fill out our recipe entry card here to enter, or copy and paste the URL below:  https://newpaltz.wufoo.com/forms/zbv45xb17hf8ur/ 

To sweeten the deal even more – and in case you were wondering how else you could contribute if you didn’t happen to have a cookie recipe to share –  we are also calling out to the budding artists for winter- or holiday-themed artwork to include in this collection! Your loved one’s art can also be beautifully curated among delicious cookie recipe submissions, to share with your family and friends. (Artwork should be winter- and/or holiday-themed, from children within your family, young or young at heart.)

To be included in our book, please send your art submissions to  Lee.Degnan.SUNYNPEAP@gmail.com. (Phone pictures are ok if taken in sufficient lighting; jpeg, png, tif, tiff files only please.)

The photos above are from our last in-person exchange, December 2019.