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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...

KMMR87 SparkPoints: (169,822)
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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.

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.

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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