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Posted to Thread #29625 at 6:07 am on May 11, 2017
If you decide to tackle this job (a big one) I think I would freeze them in a large ziplock (lay flat - they look delicate so probably only one layer) - suck the air out with a straw (or use your food saver) and then bag them right before the wedding.
You can find all size of cello bags at stores like Papermart.com
I did a lot of favor cookies (showers/wedding) and this is what I did.
Other messages in this thread:
- 29625. Before I Bite off more than I can chew, how might I freeze these cookies? [IMAGE] - MariaDNoCA - 12:39am on 05/11/17 (13)
- Some ideas - deb-in-MI - 6:07am on 05/11/17
- Deb, how long did a wedding project take you? I was going to do this for a friend, but - MarilynFL - 10:51am on 05/12/17
- The more I think about it it was two large bridal showers - deb-in-MI - 11:57am on 05/12/17
- ya...remind me to REREAD this post if I ever think about offering to do this idea. Thanks! [NT] - MarilynFL - 12:48pm on 05/12/17
- Maria, I make cookies for my hubby and here is what I do. - KarenNoCA - 9:55am on 05/11/17
- My concern would be freezer space. You can't just look at one cookie...you have - MarilynFL - 3:49pm on 05/11/17
- Yes, asked mother of the bride if she has the space in her spare fridge/freezer - MariaDNoCA - 8:16pm on 05/11/17
- I also gave the option for me to make jam — does anyone have a good source for low-cost jars? [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 8:50pm on 05/11/17
- What is a price point? I looked around online and thought I'd found one - Charley - 6:46am on 05/12/17
- Do you have a link? That's cheaper than here. [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 4:30pm on 05/12/17
- It won't be by the time you add shipping. We can buy jars in the supermarket - Charley - 6:36pm on 05/13/17
- For a good price you need Michael in Tampa's (now Naples) good karma. He ordered - MarilynFL - 10:50am on 05/12/17
- I know!!! [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 4:30pm on 05/12/17