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RICCILYNN Posts: 2,454
5/7/12 11:56 A

I would think that they would still be fresh after 5 weeks... just make sure there is no air in the freezer bag (if that is how you will store them)... for my wedding I made several dozen cookies a few months earlier and froze them and they were fantastic...

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5/7/12 11:10 A

Every year I buy Girl Scout cookies and freeze them until it's time to buy more. Never had a problem with taste or texture.

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SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,686
5/6/12 12:14 P

Enjoy your frozen baked goods within three months to ensure that they still taste as good as when they were fresh.

Use good quality freezer bags to avoid freezer burn.

JESUSCARES Posts: 253
5/5/12 11:05 P

I have frozen cookies, cakes, and many other things for OVER a year and they still taste 'fresh' when I take them out.

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5/5/12 1:54 P

How long can you freeze cookies?

I have the Relay for Life on June 9th and we are doing a bake sale to raise money the day of the event. I was going to start baking cookies/brownies/breads this weekend (5/5) and freezing them. That would leave them frozen for just about 5 weeks... is that too long?

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