Have you ever tried to freeze cookie dough?
There are two ways you can freeze cookie dough. You can freeze it in a log, or by individual cookie—it’s up to your preference!
Why freeze cookie dough, you say? So that you can have it handy when you want to bake a dozen or just four, to insert as a treat inside the lunch box. If you need lunch box ideas, click here.
I usually keep frozen cookie dough in my freezer at all times. My family loves cookies, and we probably make them too often.
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The easiest way to curb myself from eating five at a time is if I freeze the cookie dough. That way, I pull out only a few cookies and bake them on the spot, instead of baking the entire batch in one sitting.
It also means if we ever want a dessert after dinner, there are always cookies ready in the freezer!!
I also love that I can bake them straight from the freezer. There is no need to let them sit out overnight and defrost. Just plop them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake!
When you are ready to bake your frozen cookie dough, just add 2 to 3 minutes to the baking time, and you’ll be all set!Print