grumpyx07 Posted 27 Sep 2011 , 6:20am
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I'm sure the answer is here somewhere, but I'm in a rush and can't look it up. I have to finish Mickey cookies for my nieces birthday this weekend, and I'm short two cookies! I have some left over no fail sugar cookie dough in the freezer from April 8th, which makes is 6 months old. I've never used dough that's been in there that long.

It's wrapped in wax paper, then double bagged in Ziploc freezer bags. Would it be okay just to use for two-three cookies?

Any advice/help would be much appreciated. icon_smile.gif

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Evoir Posted 27 Sep 2011 , 6:40am
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I've used older (than the recommended 3 months) frozen dough with no issue - but not for paying customers. I would say give it a go and taste the results. If it passes muster, it should be fine. IMO. If its for a paying client, just make up another small batch and take a load of worry off your shoulders!

You can always freeze the leftovers....icon_wink.gif

grumpyx07 Posted 27 Sep 2011 , 1:09pm
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Thanks! No, not for a paying customer. For my niece's party I just wanted to make sure it was safe to use, and the dough wasn't bad. I would make another batch if I had the stuff at home and time....but I'm in a rush. :-/

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