Happy Holiday Party Tips from Jenny Cookies and Tree Top

Jenny Cookies started with a batch of dough about 10 years ago. Family and friends liked Jenny Keller’s cookies so much they kept asking for them — dubbing them Jenny Cookies. Then a blog was started. Cookie decorating workshops were hosted. Then came baking and styling all sorts of sweet treats and experiences  for friends, celebrity parties, and small and large brands looking to connect. In 2014 she wrote a cookbook, “Eat More Dessert.”  And she recently opened a charming store in Lake Stevens!
Jenny Cookies recently teamed up with Tree Top (a Selah, Washington-based company since 1960!) to host the ultimate family holiday party. Here are some fun ideas from Jenny Cookies and Tree Top you can borrow to bring joy into your own celebrations this season. Cookies and Tree Top treats — sounds like a match made in the Northwest to us!

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Decorating and craft tables – As guests arrived, we had a variety of activities to keep the kids entertained.

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Gingerbread house and sugar cookie decorating – Kids kept busy decorating gingerbread houses and sugar cookies!

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Candy sleigh pouch craft – Kids made Santa’s sleigh out of Tree Top’s Apple Sauce Pouches and assorted holiday candies.

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For the road packs – We packed Tree Top Apple Sauce Pouches, Tree Top Organic Apple Juice and other healthy snacks for kids to enjoy on the car ride home.

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