Last Updated on: 6th January 2024, 07:42 am
Take out the mystery of finding the best way for how to thaw frozen cookies (proper storage and freezing method) with this guide on how to bring frozen cookies back to life and look great too!
You know the whole “Encino Man” thawing process can be a bit mysterious. How will the cookies look and taste when they thaw? Will they know how to acclimate to their new warm and possibly humid environment? How do you freeze them properly to begin with?
I’m going to delve into the whole process below so you will feel confident when you do it. But remember, this is a guide and if it’s your first time, it’s o.k. to make mistakes. Nothing replaces the experience of doing it yourself.
Who doesn’t like a fresh cookie to bite into? I sure prefer them to be served fresh than old and stale. I just can’t burn enough calories to waste them on stale cookies like some people I know and wish I had that problem!
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You will definietly want to freeze cookies if you’re making many kinds of cookies and want to gift them in a few weeks because they’ll be stale even if you store them properly because air will get into the containers and they’ll become lackluster the longer they sit.
Remember, homemade cookies don’t have preservatives. There’s no botox for homemade cookies!