Freezing, Packaging, Sending

Decorating By KateandShiloh Updated 20 Oct 2014 , 4:41pm by KateandShiloh

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KateandShiloh Posted 19 Oct 2014 , 12:24am
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Hey Cake Central folk, 

I was researching the best way to freeze sugar cookies for my mother in laws birthday on October 31st and came across a blog about doing this. Someone asked how they could freeze, package and then send cookies to solders overseas. I thought what an incredibly amazing idea, especially since I have been itching to bake these last few days. 


So my question is, how would I go about doing this. Obviously the making, decorating and freezing is simple, but what is the best way to package them. Should I put them in a tin and wrap those as well. Also, where would I go for address? Would the postal office have addresses or should I go to my local Armouries? 

Also, I'm in Canada if that helps. 



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sannalee Posted 19 Oct 2014 , 10:59am
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While Im no use in addresses or how to go about doing this, If you do end up doing this I strongly suggest doing Anzac Biscuits (an Aussie Biscuit/cookie which was sent to the soldiers abroad during war as they contained no ingredients that spoiled and traveled well)

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johnson6ofus Posted 19 Oct 2014 , 5:40pm
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Here, in the US, services have gotten much "funnier" about accepting "outside" food products. Terrorism and all... a worry about tainted food. So I would check first. I would hate for your efforts to end up in the trash. :(


But yes, all the troops love it all. I made many packages for my son's former roommate who went to the Marines. He also had plenty to share, and did so. I don't know how they would accept a "random" package. 

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Lcubed82 Posted 19 Oct 2014 , 9:05pm
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There is a FB group that coordinates large cookie deliveries to the troops.  Operation Cookie Takeover had a member stationed in Iraq, and bakers around the world put together about 14,000 cookies.  There has been at least one other OCT since then, and they are currently working on a collection for a carrier that just sailed.


Check them out:



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KateandShiloh Posted 20 Oct 2014 , 4:41pm
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Thank you everyone so much! I am going to look into all your websites!

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