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Packaging cookies with a Seal A Meal?

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Just a curiosity question really ....

Has anyone ever used a Seal A Meal to package your cookies?

I am not sure if they would break the cookies or not, but they would probably last a lot longer, huh?

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Sabbrina
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I use the Reynolds Handi-vac to package my cookies. Works a treat!
Sarah
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I watched in the kitchen with David on QVC, and if you do cookies they last up to 3 or more weeks. When they are sealed, they have to be watched so are not crushed. You can also do quick breads and muffins. Just look up seal a meal and see how cookies are done.

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Originally Posted by sabbrina View Post
Has anyone ever used a Seal A Meal to package your cookies?

sabbrina:   'Seal A meal' for cookies..... YES!

You can use just the heat sealer to close your bag of cookies, candies, pretzel sticks and make them simply AIR TIGHT.  or

I have also Vacuum packed them. icon_surprised.gif

now carefully.....I placed wax paper between the top and bottom layer of cookies in a bag to protect them.

then gently, slowly vacuumed just a bit of air out of the bag and hit the 'seal' button. Works like a charm.

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Of course we all have our limits, but how can you possibly find your boundaries unless you explore as far and as wide as you possibly can? I would rather fail in an attempt at something new and uncharted than safely succeed in a repeat of something
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