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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / Desserts / Sweet BITS Of Information Part 3 of 5
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    Sweet BITS Of Information Part 3 of 5

    Rita~
    Fri Nov 02, 2007 3:22 pm
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    Continued from part 2 of five

    EVERYONE!

    Sweet BITS Of Information!
    Part 3
    Storing cookies at room Temperature


    Is different according to texture.
    All cookies should be completed cooled before storing.

    xoxo
    Soft cookies,
    Like bar cookies, are stored in a container with a snug tight lid. If they tend to dry out, add a slice of apple to the container.  They should be placed between sheets of waxed paper in an airtight container. If the cookies begin to dry out, place a slice of an apple on a sheet of waxed paper and place inside the container.

    xo
    Crisp cookies should be stored in a container with a loose lid, like a cookie jar. If there is a lot of humidity in your area, add a piece of bread to the container. The bread helps to absorb the moisture.


    Frosted Cookies
    Stored only after the frosting is set firm on the cookies.
    Like soft cookies, all frosted cookies should be stored between layers of waxed paper. No deeper than 3 layers.
    A Rich and Happy
    Take a look at how to freeze cookies
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