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post #16 of 23
I cover my cookies when they're drying over night.

I lay them out single layer on jelly-roll pans (with the short sides). then cover the pan with plastic wrap. that new stick to the container kind is great, because you can make it really tight across the lip of the pan without touching the cookies. Or, I put them in those glad containers (like tupperware), if I don't have that many.
post #17 of 23
icon_smile.gif This is exactly one of the reasons why I use Fondant to ice my cookies...NO waiting.., so I can do more at much less time. But, that's just me.. icon_smile.gif
post #18 of 23
Wondering - for those of you who cover cookies overnight, do they take longer to dry? If the cookies are moist to begin with, would covering them not keep the icing moist, also?
post #19 of 23
I always cover mines and I never had a problem with them taking longer to dry....I usually decorate them in the late afternoon..cover them before I go to sleep and in the morning they are dry.....
post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by TJSCAKES

I always cover mines and I never had a problem with them taking longer to dry....I usually decorate them in the late afternoon..cover them before I go to sleep and in the morning they are dry.....




yep. me too.
post #21 of 23
Just for practice, I made some cookies and wanted to see how drying them in the oven would work. I set the temp at 170 dgrees waited for it to heat, then turned off the oven and placed the freshly iced cookies in. 1 hour later they were pretty dry and very shiney. I give this method a big thumbs up!!!!


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post #22 of 23
Do you have to cover the cookies? Can you just leave them out on a table to dry?
post #23 of 23
I don't cover mine until they are dry.
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