How long can baked cookies be frozen for?

Question by Sarah: How long can baked cookies be frozen for?
Money is tight this year, so I want to give away home-baked cookies to family for Christmas. If I were to start baking soon (say next week or so), would the cookies still be OK come Christmas time if I freeze them? I am going to be making chocolate chip cookies, ginger cookies, frosted sugar cookies, chocolate candy cane truffle cookies, and oatmeal raisin cookies if it makes any difference.

ALSO, what is the best way to store said cookies for freezing?

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  1. pyjamatop says:

    Its fine to freeze all these.They keep best in airtight containers which prevent the frost getting in which would make them soggy when thawed.Can I be on your xmas list ……yum

  2. Rosalie says:

    making the cookkies closest to the opccation as you can is good the the less time that the cookies are in the freezer the freesher so only keep them in there for about 2-3 weeks other wise the cookies will go soggie but still edible

    store them in the freezer in an airtight container lined with paper towel to soak any water or bad moisture in the cookies this will stop them from going soggy

    hope youre cookies turn out well have fun baking them xx

  3. Edward says:

    My Mom (almost 70) starts her Christmas baking right after Thanksgiving every year for as long as I can remember.
    Nowadays she will wrap the cookies in either paper towels or newspaper ( i know, strange isn’t it ?) place them in a plastic bag, squeeze as much air out as possible with out crushing them, then place them in tupperware/glad containers to stack in the freezer.
    Ive ate her cookies after they were 6 months old and they were still good.

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