Freezing Cookies?

Baking By MaryAtk Updated 10 Apr 2009 , 9:19pm by bakinccc

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MaryAtk Posted 10 Apr 2009 , 8:12pm
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Hi, I don't make cookies very often, so I was hoping some of you more experienced folks could help.

I made cookies on a stick for a Fairy Tale Ball at my daughter's school. The event was supposed to be on March 27th, but school was cancelled because of a blizzard. (I made the cookies on March 25th. ) So on the 27th, I put the cookies in the freezer. They've rescheduled the Ball for April 17th.

Do you think they will still be good by then? These are 7 & 8 year old kids, so they will eat anything, icon_biggrin.gif but you know...

The cookies were a plain sugar cookie recipe, are on a stick and are iced with poured cookie icing (powdered sugar and milk) with cake sparkles on them. Each cookie is in a treat bag. I put all the cookies in Ziploc freezer bags.

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bakinccc Posted 10 Apr 2009 , 9:19pm
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I think they'll be fine (putting them individually wrapped inside a ziploc is a good idea) but I'd love to hear other peoples' opinions too.

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