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Last post 12-06-2012 7:42 AM by jillibean. 5 replies.
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  • 12-02-2012 10:18 PM

    Cookie Freezing questions

    I am planning on baking some cookies to give as presents.  I can't do a whole day of baking so I need to space this out.  Can I freeze the baked cookies?  And for how long?  I also have to make my Daddy some pound cakes but I know when to do them and that they can be frozen.

    re-tired

  • 12-02-2012 10:53 PM In reply to

    Re: Cookie Freezing questions

     Re-tired hey there freezing well ok Im going to tell you what I do each freezer is different I make double recipe of cookies all the time I did this for 40 years so I think I do know what Im doing if I don't then I bend over then you can hit my keyster with that one.

    1. use wax papper to put on the very bottem of your box or container its a lining.

    2. do your first layers of cookies then put a wax papper on top of that.

    3. Then do another layer of your cookies the wax papper again on top

    4. Reapeat then the wax papper again

    5. Very last of the cookies and top it off with wax papper.

    6. Then put a lid on the container

    7. Then put it in the freezer your freezing.

    8. freeze for 3 to 4 months

    I hope I did this right andf just for this you pay me bit time want a good recipe of your cookies if not that Im going to find some way to your house hit up your freezer and steal all your cookies...Stick out tongue

    Cindy ---
  • 12-03-2012 12:09 AM In reply to

    Re: Cookie Freezing questions

    Thanks!  It would be a long way to come for cookies!

    Very simple recipe or I couldn't do it!

    Shortbread cookies:

    1 cup butter softened

    1/2 cup sugar

    2 cups flour

    bake at 350 for 12 to 15 minutes.  these can be used for cut out cookies.

    I am much much better at cakes!

    re-tired

  • 12-03-2012 7:47 AM In reply to

    Re: Cookie Freezing questions

    I freeze the same as Cindy. Babs
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  • 12-05-2012 10:56 PM In reply to

    Re: Cookie Freezing questions

     Hey babs it does work that way and it keeps well that way also wanted to recomend use a big flat plasticcontainer to put them in that wayif you do freeze them let all the air go out of the container and then you can put in the freezer and it freezes well that way and stay fresher..

    Cindy ---
  • 12-06-2012 7:42 AM In reply to

    Re: Cookie Freezing questions

    I just throw them in a plastic zipper bag, squeeze the air out and put in the freezer. They don't get freezer burn and they're fine when thawed.

    Jill

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