Would Like To Freeze Nfsc Frosted With Ri

Baking By crazycakesladies Updated 6 Aug 2009 , 1:56am by redpanda

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crazycakesladies Posted 5 Aug 2009 , 9:19pm
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I go to a church with a large elderly population, so we frequently have members in the hospital. I take my children to visit these folks and would like to bring along homemade treats (NFSC w/ RI) Is it possible to make big batches of frosted cookies and freeze them?? Anyone have any luck with this??

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RachieRach Posted 5 Aug 2009 , 9:43pm
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My friends and family freeze my cookies all the time icon_smile.gif
They really do thaw well. I just make sure they are completely dry before putting in the freezer in either a plastic baggie or tupperwear. I prefer the baggie to tupperwear but I am literally eating a cookie right out of the freezer that I had in tightly sealed tupperwear and it tastes fresh (see - I wanted to make sure it was safe.... for the people at your hospital... yeah I had to eat it for you). icon_smile.gif
I use meringue powder vs egg whites in my royal icing.

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redpanda Posted 6 Aug 2009 , 1:56am
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I do it all the time, too. Just make sure that you keep them sealed air-tight when defrosting, because otherwise moisture condenses on the RI, which can have some nasty effects, like running colors.

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