Little Luxuries, Warm Cookies

2nd February 2009

A while ago, Not Martha posted about freezing cookie dough balls, so you could have one or two warm cookies when you wanted something sweet.

I don’t like the chemical-laden cookie dough you can get at the store, and I tend to avoid making cookies, because I immediately stuff the whole batch in my face.

So last time I made a batch, I doubled it and popped these in the freezer. Man, nothing is better than a late-night treat of a warm cookie or two, especially when friends are over. Give it a try, it’s an easy thing that makes your life nicer.

6 thoughts on “Little Luxuries, Warm Cookies

  1. Alison

    Do you pop them in the oven frozen, or do you let them defrost? (Maybe dana meant to ask if you defrosted them in the microwave? I can’t imagine you’d get a good cookie from the micro.) If you pop them frozen onto the cookie sheet, how much of an effect does it have on the cooking time?

    I saw this on Not Martha too, and was all, “duh!” But I’ve never really seen a full batch of cookies as a problem, really.

  2. Shelly

    They’ll bake frozen. Mine take about 3-5 minutes longer. I’ve been doing this for years. And for total rookies-freeze the dough balls on a cookie sheet covered in waxed paper, and make sure they’re not touching. Then, dump them in a ziploc.

  3. Steph

    The thing is, frozen cookie dough sounds like a delightful snack too so I would probably just eat the whole batch like that.

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