Giveaway: Set of 3 Mixing Bowls

Dining Rooms Direct has provided a giveaway to Women Living Well!!! I thank them for their generosity as they offered it to me without my request! I am so pleased to have the opportunity to give something away to my readers who I LOVE so much!!!
So if you need some new mixing bowls for all the cookie baking you are doing this month or think this could be a great present for someone you love – please see the entry details below.
The winner will choose between the Cobalt or Brown mixing bowls:
Ribbed bowl (Set of 3) Color: Cobalt
Unique ribbed design Specifications:
Dimensions (small): 7″ W x 3.25″ H
Dimensions (medium): 8.63″ W x 4.25″ H
Dimensions (large): 10.5″ W x 5.38″ H
Material: Stoneware
Microwave, dishwasher and oven safe
Valued at $30
Set of three Ribbed Mixing Bowls Color: Chocolate
Material: Stoneware
Capacity: 1 1/4 qts, 2 1/2 qts, and 4 qts
Versatile bowls great for mixing ingredients, chips and dip, and a serving bowl
Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and freezer safe
Valued at $37
How to Win: Leave a Comment telling me what your favorite Christmas cookie to eat or make is! The winner will be chosen by

RULES: Starts today, Friday, December 4th, 2009 and Ends Saturday, December 12th at midnight. Open to residents of the United States who are 18 and older. Winner will be contacted via email and the item will be shipped directly from Dining Room Furniture.

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If you still have Christmas shopping to do – check out Dining Rooms Direct!

Walk with the King!


  1. ooh! how fun!! That is so neat that they offered this give-away to you.

    I like to make chocolate lace cookies — they are rather time consuming, but look very pretty on a tray of assorted cookies and taste great too!

    I'd love to win the mixing bowls — I think the chocolate ones look great (but I like them both!).

    I love coming here and seeing what new tidbit your are posting about each day.


  2. I was going to say my favs are buckeyes, but since someone already said that I'll go with "Kiss Cookies" since they have peanut butter and chocolate too (a great combo any time of the year!). I love the bowls and could really enjoy using them. Thanks for entering me in the giveaway and have a great day! Jenny C.

  3. Oh, I love those bowls! I could definitely use them in my kitchen! Thanks for the great giveaway! Count me in!

  4. my favorite cookie to make is Thumbprint cookies… they are rolled in crushed walnuts and thumbprinted of course and have homemade strawberry jam in the center..yummy to eat too!!

    not to mention they are my husbands favorites!!!

    thanks for the giveaway!!!

  5. As a family, the kids and I enjoy making traditional frosted cut-out cookies. It's time-consuming, but it brings us all together – Dad even joins in for the decorating part! Over the years, I have learned to stop obsessing over wanting them to be perfect and pretty. Instead, I let the kids decorate them however they like! As far as they are concerned, the more sprinkles and more colorful, the better! We usually even have an "ugliest cookie" contest at the end. Usually Dad wins this one! LOL

  6. My favorite Christmas cookies are plain, old-fashioned sugar cookies that you cut into assorted Christmas shapes and decorate with icing. Brings out the little girl in me.

    Have enjoyed reading your blog! Keep being a light for the Lord! πŸ™‚

  7. My favorite to make are sugar cookies because my preschool girls have the best time decorating them with sprinkles. πŸ™‚

  8. I became a fan – and not just to win mixing bowls! πŸ˜‰ Thanks for your inspirational site and posts!

  9. My favorite cookies to make are sugar cookies in shapes with lots of good sprinkles!

    savingmomssanity at gmail dot com

  10. Thank you for your wonderful blog- for taking the time to uplift other moms! I have really appreciated your site!
    Anyways-my favorite cookies at Christmas are Sugar cookies, but not just any. They have to be my Great-Grandmas recipe that have a citrusy flavor to them! So Yummy!!

  11. Oooh! So fun! My favorite cookie to bake and eat during the holiday season is Sour Cream Sugar Cookies…they are super moist and soft and OH SO GOOD!

    Many Blessings,

  12. My favorite cookies to bake are peanut butter blossoms. They have a chocolate kiss topped right in the middle so every bite is peanut butter and chocolate! My kids love these! My favorite cookies to eat are the Russian teacakes. Mmmmm. I am more of a baker and wish I was a better cook. I would love to have these bowls.
    Thanks !!

  13. I am not a big cookie fan – but my husband's chocolate chip cookies are amazing – so even though it's not "holiday" – they are my FAVORITE cookies! πŸ™‚

  14. I am a new reader and am really enjoying your blog – great encouragement! My favorite Christmas cookies are chocolate-covered cherry cookies my mom makes. She knows they are my favorites and we usually try to bake them together for the holidays!

  15. Beautiful mixing bowls. Was just thinking I needed new ones. πŸ™‚

    My favorite cookie .. I am a traditional gal. I have to say "kiss cookies" … Yum! We have these on our Saturday plan this weekend. πŸ™‚

  16. Those are some sweet bowls! Love the colors.
    My favorite Christmas cookie to make and eat – Frosted Sugar Cookies. I always make these with my kids and we decorate them together. I love that tradition. Same as when I was growing up.

  17. I love just about every cookie out there – well, not iced cut outs, but that's not a story most want to hear!

    My new favorite are these Jeweled Lace Cookies I made last year from Rachael Ray's magazine. They have craisins and pistachios embedded in a sweet crunchy wafer thin cookie. They only have something like 20 calories each, but since I feel compelled to eat at least five at time…

    ~ Nicki

  18. I miss my cookies πŸ™ I can't eat a lot of my favorites because of a gluten allergy and this is my first holiday season without them.

    With that said I think my favorites would have to be chocolate peanut butter

  19. My favorite cookie to make are Rosettes…not because I eat them, because I really don't, and not because they are fun or easy to make, because they aren't…but because my husband loves them. I make these just for him, (my mom eats a few and so does my oldest daughter), because he loves them and no one else in our family makes them.

  20. I am an avid baker and cake decorator! It is a newish hobby of mine so I am still trying to collect all the materials I need and nice mixing bowls are on my list:) I would love love love these! I love all sweets, so picking a favorite is impossible. But I love anything will cinnamon and all spice or cloves. So lots of christmas baking at my house πŸ™‚

  21. Fattigmann Cookies are my favorite. Most years my mom and I make them together.

    I love your site, and the bowls look great too!

  22. I love Buckeyes! Peanut butter rolled in chocolate – mmmmmm!
    I'd love to win the bowls. They would make a perfect gift for my mother-in-law. Thanks for the giveaway and your words of encouragement. I look forward to reading your blog everyday. I have learned so much about marriage and parenting from you.

  23. I don't think I can choose just one favorite kind….I love them all! Sugar cookies probably rank the highest on number consumed, however. πŸ™‚ Delicious!
    Love your blog!

  24. My fave kind of christmas cookie is either just the plain sugar kind you get to "paint" or ginger snaps.

    And just FYI: I just recently stumbled upon your blog (as in last week). And, even though I've kinda slowed down as a blogger, I added you to my goggle reader.

  25. We make several different types of cookies, but my favorite is the simple, sugar cookie (with frosting, please!).

    The bowls are gorgeous!!

  26. Christmas baking always reminds me of being at home with my Mom. My favorite as a child (and now, with my kids) was making sugar cookies and decorating them with my Mom and sisters. By the way, thanks for your blog. I enjoy it very much! Merry Christmas!

  27. What beautiful bowls! Gorgeous!!

    My favorite Christmas cookies are gingersnaps. My kids and I tried several recipes until we found "just the right one". They are not too spicy, not too soft, not too molassesy(is that even a word?). Yum!

    The best cookie recipe book I have ever found is called "Christmas is Cookies" isbn:0-7835-4827-3. Not a bad one in the bunch and seems to cover all the traditional cookies and desserts.

    Thanks so much for your website. You are a blessing to me.

    indigo52 at cox dot net

  28. My favorite cookie to make is a reese cup cookie. It's almost like a peanut-blosson, but instead of a hershey kiss, there's a reese cup. Absolutely scrumptious!
    I love all of the bowls, but the brown one is beautiful!
    I have just started following your blog. Some friends of our family go to church with your parents or in-laws(I can't remember). They've said we seem to have lot in common πŸ™‚ I'm enjoying your blog and your inspiration. There are many days when I feel like there aren't many women striving to be phenomenal, godly wives and moms…Thank you for how you are encouraging and challenging so many of us!

  29. Dave and I love making cut out sugar cookies while Dave eats all the frosting! Also, another favorite we make is Buckeyes!! YUMMY!
    Thanks Courtney!!
    Love ya, Shasta

  30. My absolute favorite Christmas cookies are the regular sugar cookies my Grandpa Langsdale used to make. He was a baker, and owned his own bakery. Unfortunately he has passed. But tomorrow I am going to make cookies with my mother for the first time EVER! I am hoping to get the "secret" recipe. They were sooo soft, and delicious!

  31. Jam Thumbprints are one of my favorites! It's funny with all the kids though trying to get them to be the same size when we put the dough balls on the tray to bake.. all different sized thumbs too!
    Nice bowls!


  32. Love Jam Thumbprints! These are fun when tyring to do them with all the kids to get the same size dough balls on the tray and with so many different sized thumbs!!
    Love the bowls.. I'm going to post this up on my fb… people can't say "nothing is ever FREE!"


  33. My mom makes these amazing chocolate marshmellow cream cookies that are too die for. Everyone fights over them.

    I enjoy your blog Courtney! Keep them coming!

    Megan Arnold

  34. I love to have sugar cookies with icing-bell,angel,tree,star,and flower shaped. My mom makes them every year in the same shapes and they are a must have:)
    miamichickens at yahoo dot com

  35. Yay! mixing bowls! hmmm…favorite cookie, so hard to decide…we have already made sugar cookies this year and today I think we will tackle gingerbread cookies…but I think my favorite are peanut butter kiss cookies. mmmmm… Also, I gave you a blog award!I just love your blog. You can see it on my blog…=)

  36. Love your blog and especially the chance to win anything (:
    I enjoy baking old fashioned teacakes using a recipe of my beloved grandmother's.
    Thanks for entering me in the giveaway!

  37. My favorite cookies are cut out sugar cookies. I like to decorate them with yummy icing and cute holiday sprinkles.

    (Thanks for the neat blog!)

  38. hi Courtney! I love to make peanut butter blossom cookies around Christmas time. The kids love to eat them, but also love to help me bake them. Their favorite part is helping with putting on the
    Hersheys kisses on the cookies…

    I love checking your blog every day! Take care, Jill Provens

  39. I started following your blog following the Racheal Ray show.

    Thanks for being true to you and showing the world that a true woman can be happy doing anything as long as she is following God's plan for her life.

  40. Hi.I read the article about you and your husband in the Canton Rep.I have been reading your blog ever since!
    My favorite cookie to make at Christmas is frosted sugar cookies with sprinkles.I make them with my children ages 12,7 and 4.We have so much fun. πŸ™‚


  41. My favorite Christmas cookie is not technically a cookie. They are empanadas. Very traditional I learned how to make them from my Grandma. I give them as gifts to my grandparents and dad–who still love the old tradition. My kids help and we also enjoy them. I shared your blog on facebook. I said how your blog is my daily dose of Spiritual Medicine. So glad I found it. Thanks!!!!

  42. My family makes stuffed dates at Christmas – sooo good! Reminds me to make some today for that party tomorrow… thanks for the reminder! πŸ™‚

    p.s. such pretty bowls!

  43. I love to make cookies from scratch. I love doing sugar cookies and decorating them as Christmas ornaments for the holidays.

  44. My favorite holiday cookies are sour cream cookies that my SIL makes. They are so delish!

    wakt502 at hotmail dot com

  45. I love to make classic sugar cookies in holiday shapes!

    I also love to make filled crescent rolls. A little almond pie filling —-yummy!

  46. i like making peppermint biscotti, dipped in chocolate and then rolled in crushed candy canes! in fact, i made some today πŸ™‚

  47. I still love my mom's confetti chocolate chip recipe! For the holidays we add peppermint chips.


  48. My favorite cookie is pumpkin chocolate chip that my grandma used to make. I've not yet been able to make them quite like hers, though. πŸ™

    m-sallen at juno dot com

  49. I make a cookie at christmas called fudgy bonbons. they are a fudge-y chocolate with a hershey kiss or hugs inside. LOVE it!

  50. My favorite one to eat are the ones other people make! Somehow, they always taste better than the ones I slave over…

  51. My absolute fav is sugar cookies. Just the way my mom made them. They have to be rolled really thin and just lightly browned. Then topped with homemade frosting! Yummy.
    Love the mixing bowls.

  52. Those are really pretty! I love the cobalt ones. Honestly, my favorite Christmas cookie is the sugar cookie cut out in different Christmas shapes. It's my favorite because we all sit down to decorate them with frosting, sprinkles, etc. and it's a great family bonding time.

  53. I love making peanut butter blossom cookies! They are my favorite even though there are so many different and wonderful cookies out there, they are still amazing!
    Thanks for suck a great giveaway!

  54. Well… typically I admit I am a cheater with cookies. I use premade cookie dough. BUT with these awesome mixing bowls (which I really need some) I would make cookies and lots of other stuff too!


  55. I LOVE these bowls! My favorite cookie is anything gingerbread…love the smell they leave in the house and I love to decorate them to give away and to hang on the tree!

  56. I really enjoy homemade Gingerbread cookies. I make them with sucanat instead of Sugar and replace the butter with olive oil. They are soooooo yummy!

    The mixing bowls are so cute!

  57. I love making traditional sugar cookies with lots of frosting and sprinkles on top πŸ™‚

    untenuredteacher at yahoo dot com

  58. This is a toss-up for me. I love decorating cut-out sugar cookies with as many frosting colors and decorator tips as I can use. But my sentimental favorite is German Pfeffenusse (peppernuts)as they are a special memory of my Mom.
    The bowls look great. So glad to have found your blog. (Found you from Raising Godly Tomatoes)

  59. Our favorite is probably Ritz crackers with peanut butter dipped in chocolate, but since I tend to put that in the candy category rather than cookies, my favorite cookie that I usually only make at Christmas is "Little Debbies"(oatmeal sandwich cookie with frosting in the middle).

  60. Oh how fun! I think my favorite all time candy to make at Christmas is homemade caramels! The only problem is I always plan on giving them as gifts…..and way too many find their way into my tummy! YUM!!!

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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