Freezing Cookie Dough

I’m sharing my cookie dough tricks over at SCJohnson.com…I’m all about the homemade convenience of “healthified” cookie dough!

I’m thrilled (and honored) to be writing for the SCJohnson Food for Thought blog…You’ll be getting more ideas, tricks and inspiration from me over there in the coming months!

What about you?! How do you freeze cookie dough?!

Comments

  1. Kristin says

    I roll it into a tube shape, lay out plastic wrap, put it on top, roll up the first side, then the second making sure it’s extremely tight (it gets longer as I squeeze it tighter), undo it enough to put the ends in, and finish rolling. Wow, that was a long explaination…. basically I roll it up in a tube and cut when frozen.

  2. Kitty Dulgar says

    I sometimes flash freeze it in balls on the cookie sheets and then put the balls in freezer bags. I also just freeze it as is, and just pull it out and break off a chunk and make cookies from that big chunk. Whenever I have a cooking day with a friend/friends we swap freezer bags of cookie dough too!

  3. Annie says

    Erin, I just love your work and use your cookbook constantly. Congrats for posting on SCJohnson’s site…that’s awesome! Kudos to all your success and hard work!

  4. Hannah says

    Wow why have I never thought about freezing my own cookie dough?? I am totally doing this the next time I bake a batch of cookies!
    I also really like your suggestion for adding healthy ground stuff, I’ll have to try that too. I’m sure we’d never know the difference.

  5. Dawn says

    I have never thought of freezing cookie dough… man that would save me a TON of $$$ cuz DH just LOVES his cookies, only I don’t like to slave in the kitchen all weekend long! HMMMMM… maybe if he gets me a kitchen aid mixer, I will make cookie dough and then he can bake. :)
    thanks for the GREAT idea!

  6. Emily says

    The thing that saves me most time on frozen cookie dough is labeling – when I wrap the dough in wax paper, I write on it before-hand on the outside what temp & how long to cook them. This way, the kids & DH can make up a batch without getting recipes & cook times confused. :)

  7. Lori says

    WARNING! I thought this was a great idea last year when “I came up with it all my own :)”. Hot homemade cookies any time, I can even bake only 3-4 in the toaster oven for dinner.

    What they don’t tell you is that cookie dough tastes just as good right out of the freezer every time you walk by it. No need to drag out the toaster oven.

    You have been warned.

    • says

      I have the same fear but my extra freezer is in the basement so I will have to find a secret compartment to hide it in. I was thinking about it the next time I make cookies. I figure that I will test a few different kinds of cookies to see what works from the freezer. It might be nice to make some for my son so that I don’t make a whole batch and eat the rest while he is napping :)

  8. says

    Our problem with freezing cookie dough is that we don’t eat cookies often, so when we do we tend to… erm, pig out. There generally aren’t many leftovers. =P

  9. Denise says

    I make lots of different kinds of cookie doughs on the same day and freeze all the balls. Then you only get out the supplies and mixer once. Then you can also pull a variety of types of cookies at the same time.

  10. Tammy says

    This is a fabulous idea, isn’t it?? I have done it for Christmas gifts~my dad loves cookies, and the man has everything, so one year I made a variety of different doughs, froze balls on cookie sheets, then sealed them up in 6 and 12 pks in vacuum sealed bags, and slapped instructional labels on them. Best gift for him, ever. And every time he made some, I’d get a call praising the cookies!

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