I do a lot of baking and impromptu little gatherings during summer time, and that which goes down better than a freshly baked warm cookies with icy-cold glasses of milk on a winter afternoon? I have gathered all of my favorite things together so you can be completely prepared for a milk and cookies party whenever the occasion calls for you. — Sasha from Lemonade Makin’ Mama
Bake It Pretty
Little Glass Milk Bottles – $49.50
I love these replicas of milk bottles. I use my set all the time for after-school snacks or birthday parties, and they even grow to be the occasional bud vases. They are the ideal glassware for servings of milk.
BioPak Takeout Boxes – $7
These boxes are perfect for packaging up take-home gifts following the party or jazzy additional goodies in fashion.
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‘Made With Love’ Cookie Stamp – $3.99
I love the idea of a cookie stamp. It’s easy, sweet and to the point.
Melamine Tableware – $7
My favorite thing about small gatherings is having the ability to pull fun dishes and serving items out of the cabinets and make a festive atmosphere. These sweet and colorful dishes will provide you an immediate party and the ideal service for milk and cookies.
Fred and Friends LetterPressed Type-Style Cookie Cutter/Stamps – $18
I love these little cookie bites. Stamp your name or key messages on the cookies, and they will be a big hit.
Striped Paper Straws Gray – $4
Every cookies and milk party needs a few striped straws for milk sipping (especially if you’re using those adorable glass milk bottles). They instantly set a enjoyable tone — even for grown-ups.
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Let Them Eat Cookies Canister – $14.99
I really do believe this may be the perfect cookie jar. I really like the scalloped lid, pink enamel and lighthearted quote.
Melamine Sundae Spoons, Garden Party – $12
Every now and then you would like to serve cookies alongside a little scoop of ice cream. These long, brightly colored spoons are great for getting to the corners of the bowl and scooping out every last fall.
KitchenAid(R) Artisan Stand Mixer, Ice Blue | Williams Sonoma – $349.95
You can not bake cookies without the appropriate gear, and this KitchenAid mixer in ice blue leaves the job enjoyable.
Le Parfait French Wide-Mouth Glass Canning Jar With Gasket and Lid, 35-Ounce – $19.99
These glass jars mimic antique French canning jars, and they are lovely containers for items such as sugar, bread, and other necessary cookie-baking ingredients. Additionally, they are cute enough to show.
Only Dots Tea Towel, Raspberry – $24
Something about polka dots makes me think of sugar cookies, sprinkles, pink icing, chocolate-smeared smiles and happy moments. I’d love to believe this towel ignites all of those things.
Nordic Ware Detailed Decorating Pen – $14.95
I believe it’s wonderful how the appropriate tools may make light of a job, and this piping bag is no exception. Having an easy-squeeze handle, this may even be used by youngsters.
Goldtouch Nonstick 3-Piece Cookie Bakeware Set – $39.96
These lovely covered baking sheets (and also the cooling rack) are all you need for equally baked goodness.
Fox Cookie Jar – $39
This foxy small cookie jar has been stuffed up. I love the way the tail curls around the front.
Kiddot Apron, Mineral – $36
Do not forget about small aprons for miniature helpers! I really like the contrasting colors and dotty design with this one.
Dipped Glaze Mixing Bowl – $39.95
I love the two-toned colors of the mixing bowl. It’s both useful and trendy. Every one comes stamped with a pottery number too.
Martha Stewart Collection Baking Silpat – $13.99
This is actually the unbeatable nonstick surface for all baked products.
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French Taper Rolling Pin – $40
I have a profound affection for classic rolling pins, although fresh, this tapered rolling pin looks like an aged product. It would make for a pretty display from the kitchen.
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Handmade Measuring Spoons – $35
I like the different tones of wood used for these carved measuring spoons.
Asplund Cookie Tray – $175
This is a superb way to exhibit a couple of distinct kinds of cookies.
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