Ok so this is my first time ever freezing cookies (NFSC) and I have them baked, cooled and set inside Glad Freezer containers with a layer of wax paper in between each cookie row (uniced cookies) Anyways, I really only need them for next week but figured I'd try the freezing method to see if they taste different once thawed. My question is, once a cookie is frozen then thawed, do they have a shorter shelf life? I mean, do I need to tell people I give them to that they should be gone in the next 1-2 days? Usually NFSC are good for quite some time, but I just wasn't sure after they were frozen. Thanks for any help.
Freezing cookie question
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???? How are you going to freeze anything in the refrigerator?
ok so I made some cookies and distributed what I needed and was left with some left over .. they sat out (in a container) for about a week .. are they ok to freeze at this point for another week, and then take with me when I go on vacation? Thanks.