Aug 052013
 

“A balanced diet is a cookie in each hand” – Anonymous.

Whether you call it a cookie, a biscuit, or a digestive – we can all agree that when combined with a tall glass of cold milk or a hot cup of tea it’s a perfect bite of heaven. We want to know what turns you into a little cookie monster.

Sweet Adventures Blog Hop - Cookie MonsterWe’re excited to announce our August SABH theme: ‘Cookie Monster’

It could be as simple as a family recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies, Gingerbread or Melting Moments. Or it could be an extravagant creation like a cheesecake or pie that uses cookies as the main ingredient. We challenge you to share a favourite cookie recipe that means you can’t stop with just one.

This month Sophie from The Sticky and Sweet chose our theme and will be guest hosting when the hop opens.

Soph has been a regular participant from nearly the beginning and we’re excited to have her here this month! Head on over to hear more about the theme at her site.

The details:

  • Theme: ‘Cookie Monster’ – Cookies or desserts made from cookies.
  • Hostess: Sophie from the The Sticky and Sweet
  • Hop opens: Monday 19 August 2013, 9 am (Australian Eastern Standard Time, Sydney)
  • Hop closes: Friday 23 August 2013, 11.59 pm (AEST)

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Remember… We’ve found that those joining the hop too far after the open date don’t really benefit from everyone seeing their creations, and so for all participants to get the most out of the hop we reduced the length of it just a touch last month. You can post and link up at any time from Monday to Friday. Keep in mind that only new posts which go live on or after the day the hop opens can be linked up.

Have you participated in 5, 10 or 15 hops?

We’d love to add you to The Adventurers Blogroll! Due to participants using multiple email addresses it has become difficult to manage on our own but we want to acknowledge our regular participants, please email sweetadvbloghop (at) gmail.com with links to your SABH posts and you’ll be added to be added to the list!

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