How To Properly Freeze Cookies
When I start my Christmas baking every year, I always go way overboard. Because of this, I always ending up freezing multiple containers of cookies. But when I go to thaw and eat them, they never taste quite right. If you’ve experienced a similar problem with your cookies before, we’re going to help you out.
The first step in freezing cookies properly is to let them completely cool. Even if they’re just the slightest bit warm when you go to put them in the container, they can cause condensation to form. And condensation is not something you need ruining your delicious cookies!
Once your cookies are cool to the touch, they’re ready to be stored in an airtight container. However, to ensure your cookies don’t go stale or get freezer burn, you should separate the layers with pieces of parchment paper. If you don’t have parchment paper, aluminum foil also works.
Now, when you go to thaw the cookies, you should remove them from the container. Place them on a wire cooling rack, plate, or other surface. If you let them thaw while in the container, you’ll end up with condensation. And as we already know, condensation ruins cookies! Now that you know these simple tips, you’ll be able to enjoy your Christmas cookies all year long!