Storing Cookies

- POSTED ON: Apr 01, 2011

    This video gives information on how to store baked cookes and cookie dough. 

Dr. Collins of shares Diet Cooking Tips & Tricks.

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On Apr 02, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
Ingenious. DH&I enjoy eating dessert after teaching class and the kids are in bed or visiting at DDs. This would be a very nice treat and the portion control is essential to success. After, Lent, I will give this storage method a whirl. In the meantime, I will be thinking about how to expand the concept.

On Apr 02, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Thanks Karen. I commonly keep frozen homemade cookie dough in my freezer, and will take out four or five for my husband and one for me to cook as a small dessert treat. I ALSO find it easy to store individual leftover pieces of pie, cake etc in my freezer for my husband, and individual low-calorie sweet treats in my freezer for myself. He can have the high-calorie one, while I have a low-calorie one. This seems to work quite well for me because I really like the treats I make for myself better than the high-calorie treats that I usually buy for him.

On Sep 11, 2012 Alma wrote:
I do this ahead also and while having lunch with friends, the FRESH cookies are baking. I also make Chocolate Covered Cherries ahead and when my brothers, who are in their 70's, come to visit, they dip them in chocolate and take them with them.

On Sep 11, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Hi Alma, This is such an excellent way to deal with portion control.

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