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?
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.
Thanks, Antonia! I was unable to respond until now, but freezing the batter is a good idea.