Freezing Tuiles?

Baking By MystiqueFire Updated 1 Feb 2009 , 4:10pm by MystiqueFire

MystiqueFire Posted 25 Jan 2009 , 4:23pm
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Hey, friends!

Quick question. I make tuiles for the place I work at, and I was wondering if I could freeze them? It's so tedious making 100 of them at a time, once a week, and I figure if I can freeze them, I'll spend a day making them and freeze the one's I dont need right away. The batter calls for butter, sugar, egg whites, vanilla extract and flour, so my first thought is that they should be fine. I kind of dont want to put some from this batch in the freezer and try it, because I tried a similar recipe to the one I was originally using, and this one yields twice as much as the original recipe... and if I freeze half the batter and they ruin, then, well, that's money wasted. My options are either freeze them, or hope they sell!

What do you think?


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antonia74 Posted 26 Jan 2009 , 5:15pm
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I've frozen the batter, yes....but not the pre-baked cookie itself, no. It's just too delicate and the crispness is lost once it's thawed out. thumbsdown.gif

MystiqueFire Posted 1 Feb 2009 , 4:10pm
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Thanks, Antonia! I was unable to respond until now, but freezing the batter is a good idea.


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