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Old 11-15-2012, 01:35 AM   #1
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What's your best method to wrap/freeze cookies & brownies?

We are leaving next Thursday morning for a 4-5 trip to PA for Thanksgiving at my sister's.

I am also working a full day the day before (first time ever. We usually have a half day).

I am in charge of making/bringing a cookie brownie tray. But I've never really baked ahead of time and froze them. Is there a certain way to wrap them and store them in the freezer? Or do I just throw them all into a tupperware container and call it a day?

I will be making regular brownies & 7-layer bars (magic bars). Plus I'm deciding on whether to make those Oreo truffle things too. I'm not actually making cookies for this trip but might make some ahead of time for Christmas. So I'd like to know how to store cookies as well.

Should I freeze the brownies as a whole or cut them up and wrap them individually? Or cut them up and layer them with parchment paper then wrap it all in plastic wrap?

And can you freeze those Oreo balls? I've only made them like 2 times and I don't ever recall them even making them to the fridge. LOL

Any tips would be appreciated.
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:41 AM   #2
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I always freeze cookies and bar cookies at Christmas time, I just put them in inexpensive Ziploc or Glad containers and they do well because they won't break.
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