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10/29/07 7:30 A

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Thanks Shirley. I knew people froze them I've just never done cookies myself.


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10/28/07 4:07 P

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I freeze cookies all the time. I use tins to store my cookies in the freezer. I put a piece of plastic wrap in the bottom of tin. I layer the cookies putting plastic wrap between the layers. I usually make 50 plus dozen cookies for Christmas Goodie baskets each year. I start making my cookies the first of November and freezing them.

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10/28/07 8:53 A

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I like to give cookies out for gifts for Christmas but wanted to know if anyone's had any success at baking ahead of time & freezing. Do they still taste as fresh as when you made them or are they dry & cracking? Also what methods do you use to freeze them in/with? Thanks. Marla


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