When my kids were still at home I baked cookies a lot. Chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal cookies, M&M cookies, peanut butter cookies — I turned out pan after pan.  Three growing boys and their friends made short work of them.  After the kids grew up and left it seemed I only baked cookies when everyone was coming home for a visit and I found myself asking why?!?!  So I’ve been baking again.  The cookies taste as wonderful as they always did and though they’re best when right out of the oven and still warm — now I freeze them so I don’t gorge on all those sweets too quickly. The point in freezing them was to make them less accessible — but what I’ve discovered is that I can scarf down frozen cookies just fine and not break any teeth.

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  1. Karl says:

    Sorry, Mary – I don’t agree that the reason for freezing the cookies was to make them inaccessible. This simply does not work, especially when they are delicious. as you have recently learned. No, I think the best reason to freeze cookies is to (TRY TO) make sure some are available for later. Never worked in our house, either.

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