How Long to Store Cookies in the Freezer

If you want to bake ahead but have limited storage space, the freezer can be a backup option! Check out our tips for freezing and storing options before you get too busy.

Learn how to make the above sugar cookies.

With proper storage, most cookies can be kept in the freezer for up to three months. The best way to store cookies depends on the type of cookie you're baking. For example, chewy bars should be stored in a single layer in a covered airtight container. Most cookies, however, can be stored by stacking them in layers separated by wax paper and sealing them in a covered airtight container.

Also check out how to freeze cookie dough.  

Great Cookies for Freezing

More Cookie Tips

One of the most common questions we hear is, "How do I know when my cookies are done?" We help solve this baking conundrum with our secrets to testing your chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies, and other favorite cookie recipes during the baking process.


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