When Making Cookies, Cook Half and Freeze Half

When you are baking cookies, try to bake only 1/2 a batch and freeze the rest for later. I flash freeze drop cookies and can bake as many or as few as I want at a time. This way you can have fresh cookies anytime you want them or when company shows up!

By Tracey from Hibbing, MN

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When Making Cookies, Cook Half and Freeze Half

How does one flash freeze an item?

Thank you (04/15/2008)

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By squirrelena

When Making Cookies, Cook Half and Freeze Half

Flash freezing means to first spoon the dough onto the pan as if you were going to bake the cookies. Next place pan in the freezer and freeze until the dough is stiff and wouldn't stick together (usually 1-2 hours or so). Then remove the frozen balls of dough and place in a freezer bag or other container. This way you can take as many or as few unbaked cookies out at a time to bake. You can even bake from the frozen state by adding a few minutes to bake time. (04/15/2008)

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