Say “I love you” with Valentine’s cookies – or cake! I always feel that a home-made gift is rather special and I’m sure you’ll score lots of brownie points if you decide to serve up some of the sweet treats listed here. Hearts and flowers are optional, but chocolate is a must! First up is the chocolate
2016 promises to be an exciting year for all of us at Mo’s Cookie Dough. We are developing new flavours, bringing in new partners, hiring new team members and looking at new ways of engaging with YOU – our incredibly important customers. Our cookie flavours – chocolate chip, oatmeal and raisin and gingerbread – have
As is traditional at this time of year, I am planning for 2016 but before I jump too far ahead, I think it is important to reflect and learn from the last 12 months. We’ve had a really exciting year at Mo’s Cookie Dough. There’s no doubt, it’s also been hugely stressful and hard work
What better way to celebrate Christmas than with easy hand-made gifts. You don’t need a lot of money or time. We’ve got some great, home-made ideas – and a giveaway! – for you. Irish Cream. Yes, there’s a well-known brand of this for sale all year round, but it’s lovely to make your own.
We’re on the countdown to Christmas. Like most people, every year I vow this one will be my most organised yet. But December is a deceptive month, one that tends to speed past in double-quick time. Before you know it, it’s Christmas Eve and there’s a whole pile of presents waiting to be wrapped and
It was stir-up Sunday last weekend. Did you be make your Christmas cake and pudding in advance this year? Stir-up Sunday is an informal tradition – it refers to the last Sunday before Advent (i.e. the fourth Sunday before Christmas) where families gather together to stir up the Christmas pudding and cake. Because traditional Christmas puddings and