Freezing Decorated Cookies

Baking By Cakery2012 Updated 27 Jul 2012 , 6:11pm by sugarkissed_net

Cakery2012 Posted 25 Jul 2012 , 2:34pm
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Has anyone frozen sugar cookies that were decorated with royal icing ?

I'd like to make some and use the marbled effect with gel coloring .
Also some with the lace .
I have large rubbermaid containers that I can use to freeze them in. I want to make these for my niece's wedding shower . I live 200 miles away . I will be there the month before and I'd give them to my sister to freeze.

Would moisture ruin the decorating?

I plan to do a trial run and try it . The shower is the end of Sept.

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gingerbreadtogo Posted 25 Jul 2012 , 6:45pm
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You can freeze them. I lay wax or parchment paper in between layers of cookies or I pre package them in their cello bags then into airtight container. To defrost I keep them in container until they become room temp, to avoid any moisture problems.

Good Luck

Cakery2012 Posted 25 Jul 2012 , 7:33pm
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Thanks for your response . I know you can freeze cookies.I Just didnt want to spend a lot of time decorating and have moisture ruin them from freezing .
Nadia of My little Bakery has inspired me . She is truly an artist . Cant wait to try the lace affect .

gingerbreadtogo Posted 25 Jul 2012 , 8:31pm
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I went to check her site. That is amazing lace work. Be sure to post pictures of your version. I suppose you better freeze carefully, some of it looks pretty fragile.

Cakery2012 Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 5:01am
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Nadia is truly an artist . Im sure mine wont look half as good , But I will give it a try . I think my niece will love them and I will be sure to post pictures .

sugarkissed_net Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 6:11pm
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I've done it before without any issues. I put parchment paper in between the layers of cookies. I put the cookie in gallon ziploc bags that I then put inside tupperware containers. When it's time to defrost, I set the whole thing out on the counter & don't touch it until I'm sure it's at room temp. Hope this helps!

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