Glaze Drying Time

Baking By messy1 Updated 15 Aug 2011 , 11:01am by bonniebakes

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messy1 Posted 15 Aug 2011 , 2:37am
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I always worry about leaving my cookies laying out long enough to make sure they are dry because I think they will get stale. The last bunch I made the red on them was apparently not dry enough and when I froze them I put wax paper between the layers and it stuck to the red. What does everyone else put between their cookies to store? Is it the way I am letting them thaw? I do not open the Rubbermaid container until they are totally thawed and at room temperature so I don't think there is moisture getting on the cookie. Any help would be appreciated.

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bonniebakes Posted 15 Aug 2011 , 11:01am
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I let mine sit in a single layer for 24 hours to be sure they are completely dry before packaging up. I do keep mine covered during that time though... usually in either in covered jellyroll pans.

There are several threads on here about drying time/locations for cookies, if you want to do a search you might find some good ideas.

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