AI have a huge order of cookies that I need to deliver this week. I'm having trouble with finding something to put between the layers that is greaseproof. After I covered them in fondant I layered them between sheets of dry waxed paper. By the morning some of the cookie oils had bled into the layer below. I don't have room to leave every cookie out until time for delivery. I need to start boxing them up but I need help with figuring out what to use. Any advice would be great. Thanks!
can you stack them on their side, one next to the other instead of on their bottom? that would relieve a little of the pressure maybe---i use greaseproof tissue too--
Parchment paper is my go to item but wax paper will work to. Both are grease proof.
Since waxed paper does not work, use parchment paper. That should (hopefully!) solve your problem.
I don't put anything between layers. But I don't usually decorate cookies, either (the only recent exception being baked-in cookie-paint to simulate ink residue on the "wood type cookie" project) so there wouldn't be anything to bleed.
AParchment paper should work well, or you could use pieces of cellophane.
Parchment paper should work well, or you could use pieces of cellophane.
As you wish: I tried out the cellophane between cookies for decorated cookies in clear cellophane bags. It was perfect.
especially as it is invisible. I had 5" x 5" cello paper from my caramel candy making. Nice tip, Thanks.
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[B]As you wish: [/B] I tried out the cellophane between cookies for decorated cookies in clear cellophane bags. It was perfect. [I]especially[/I] as it is invisible. I had 5" x 5" cello paper from my caramel candy making. Nice tip, Thanks.