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post #16 of 19
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I always question leaving the cookie set out for 12 hours.  Doesn't it get dried out??  I use crusting buttercream for my cookies now and would like to switch to glaze because the decorating it endless with glaze.  Also GeminiRJ have you frozen your decorated cookies?? 

No, I've never frozen them because I worry too much about the cold ruining the finish. But my MIL has frozen them, and they seemed to be okay. I just worry I won't be so lucky!

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post #17 of 19

So GeminRJ how far ahead do you make the cookies and decorate them??

post #18 of 19

Sometimes I bake the cookies and freeze them for up to a week before decorating. Sometimes I bake and decorate on the same day. I try to time it so that there is no more than four days between when I start decorating and when the cookies will be eaten, and less if I can make it work! I rarely do large orders (anything over 3 dozen) so I'm not stressing out about getting lots of cookies done in a short amount of time. Since I rarely sell my cookies, smaller batches for taking to family get-togethers or to work to share with co-workers are easy to get done during my free time.
 

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post #19 of 19

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Originally Posted by GeminiRJ View Post
No, I've never frozen them because I worry too much about the cold ruining the finish. But my MIL has frozen them, and they seemed to be okay. I just worry I won't be so lucky!

I'm with GeminiRJ on this one.  I have frozen these cookies and it simply ruins the icing. It is ugly as all get out after coming out of the freezer. 

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