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Pack Baked Goods in Layers of Baggies

My fingers find plastic wrap nearly impossible to handle. When I am giving a gift of brownies or fudge, I like to give it in an inexpensive container that can be used again. I have found that when taking a bag of these to people I owe a little kindness too or to those not feeling well, the one on the bottom tends to meld with the inside of the lid. To prevent this, I cut the zipper part off a ziploc baggy. Then I open the baggy, cut it in half, put one piece on the bottom and one on the top. This adds no flavoring nor moisture to the confection I made as often happens if you use an oil or spray and it is easily removed.


By Susan from WV

Pack Baked Goods In Layers Of Baggies

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