Giveaway: Chicken Cookie Cutter Set

For me, as the holidays approach, baking mode kicks into high gear.  We bake for school, church, get-togethers and cookie swaps.  You name it, we are usually baking something at least once a week in our kitchen.  I was so excited when our sponsor, Hobby Hill Farm, shared that they wanted to make one of our follower’s baking even more enjoyable by giving away a set of their popular chicken, rooster and chick cookie cutters.  One lucky winner will receive their very own set.  Complete with fail proof recipes for the cookies and frosting, these cookies are sure to be a real hit wherever you share them.

Sugar Cookies as found on the cookie cutters
Cream together:
1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened
2/3 cup sugar

Beat in:
1 egg

1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 cups sifted flour

Mix until all ingredients are well blended. Chill dough 3-4 hours before rolling.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Roll out on a lightly floured counter to 1/4″ thick and cut with your favorite Ann Clark cookie cutters, then transfer cookies onto cookie sheets that have been lined with parchment paper or silicone liners. Bake about 8-10 minutes or until lightly colored. Let cookies cool slightly on cookie sheet, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely. Decorate with Royal Icing or eat just plain.

Now all you need are the cutters!

Here’s How to Enter:
1.  Visit Hobby Hill Farm and tell me what you would place on your wish list. (1 entry) For those that can’t wait, Hobby Hill Farm has also extended 10% off your order by entering “Tilly” at the check-out.  This offer is for a very limited time only.  
2.  Follow our blog-options on the right hand side (1 entry)
3.  Leave a comment on this post letting me know if you did number 1 or 2 or both.  Be sure to leave a way for me to contact you.

One winner will be randomly selected to win.  Giveaway ends 11/28/12 at midnight EST.  
One entry per person.  Items ship to US address only.

Hello friends, welcome! Follow along on our chicken, beekeeping, gardening, crafting and cooking adventures from Cape Cod.

Comments (31)

  • I love the mail box covers. What a wonderful
    gift for my daughters new home
    I love all your chickens and so wish
    my HOA would let me have some out
    back.. fresh eggs!
    Happy Holidays

  • I love the Antique Roosters Wool Needlepoint Rug.

  • I did steps 1 and 2. Love your blog!

  • I love the Country Rooster flags, but then I love it all!
    Your blog is great, I did steps 1 & 2.
    Sue R.
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  • I follow you via GFC and my favorite item from their shop are the Rooster Coasters!

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  • I love the Rooster Embroidered Pillow!

  • I did steps 1 and 2. Love Dottie Speckles!

  • I would have to say the Antique Roosters Wool Rug as well. LOVE it!

    I follow you on the blog, and so 1 & 2 are taken care of!

    You can contact me through [email protected]

    Have a great day!


  • I did steps one and two. The red barn coffee mug is cute. You have a great blog!

  • I have done steps one and two. I realy liked the chicken wool rug, realy anything chicken would be enjoyable. I love your silkies.

    Tammy Quinn [email protected]

  • I follow you and Hobby Hill. I love anything chicken or rooster, but I think the salt and pepper shakers would be on my wishlist.

  • I did 1 and 2! I love the car coasters on their website! Hope I win! [email protected]

  • I love the chicken cookie cutters as well as the cow one, perfect for our farm with ALL the animals we have. [email protected]

  • I would love the autumn barn flag! It is so cute and pretty! I already follow your blog. We make sugar cookies often and decorate them, we have tons of cookie cutters, but no chicken ones! Such a cute give-away! Thank you!

  • I am a follower & now follow Hobby Hill, too! The Chicken and Rooster rug is wonderful to pair up with the cookie cutters! Definitely on my wishlist.

  • I would put the cow cookie cutter on my wishlist – I have been looking for one for a long, long time!

  • I subscribe to your email updates and love them!

  • I have done both one and two!

  • I love them all….especially the rooster.
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  • This is wonderful! I love cookie cutters, but don't have any chicken ones! I did the follow by email option.

  • The Antique Roosters Wool Needlepoint Rug is really nice for a wishlist!

  • Did 1 and 2. I have been looking for chicken and rooster cookies cutters forever! I even asked the lady at our local farm market who sold all kinds of animal cookie cutters if she could find me one and she couldn't!

  • The cookie cutters are adorable. I would love to add them to my collection. Thanks!

  • I did 1 and 2. I love the chicken teatowels, I put them on my wishlist and sent the website to my 2 daughter. Hint, Hint!! I've had several sets before and they are nearly worn out. 🙂

  • Let's see… I too would love the antique roosters needlepoint rug, even if it has a hen and a rooster both. I really want the cookie cutters since I am thinking of doing an "egg" tree with all my blown out eggs on it. How fun it would be to add chicken cookies to te tree! Thank you

  • I would love the cookie cutter. have done both.
    email me at [email protected]

  • I have been following you for awhile now & enjoy your blog. There were many cute items I could put on my wish list from Hobby Hill Farm. But, if I could only pick one it would have to be the chix rule car coasters since I could really use them. I love the cookie cutters!

  • Hi, I would love to have these cookie cutters! I also have cats and dogs, so I would add those cookie cutters to my wish list. I have been a Tilly's Nest blog follower for some time now and love it:) Thank you, Linda email: [email protected]

  • I would love to try their carrot cake jam!
    hungrymonkey09 at gmail dot com

  • I have completed both entry's. I would choose the Rooster – Wireworks Black wind chime.
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  • I have done both things. I would love the Rooster scroll work garden flag. How cute! You can contact me at [email protected]

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