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Freezing cookies - Advice needed

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I want to make cookies that freeze well, that suffer very little, if any, flavor and consistency degradation (if this is possible). Are there any ingredients that you can think of that don't freeze well? What general rules should I follow for freezing cookies? Timing of the freezing? packaging of the cookies?

 

I am an amateur baker, for sure, so i'm looking to learn some basics. 

 

thanks a lot for reading!

 

 

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Hello

 

Just about any cookie will freeze. I have not found one yet, that did not freeze well. The most important points to remember are. Cookies should be cooled and placed in a box with layers of waxed paper between. The box should be wrapped in plastic wrap twice then wrapped in foil, labeled with type of cookie and dated. They will last wrapped this way for a couple of months. Raw cookie dough freezes well too, wrapped the same way. Thaw cookies or cookie dough in the refrigerator for several hours for best results.

Good luck

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