Homemade Break ‘n Bake & Other Frozen Cookie Dough Gifts

Homemade Break n Bake

Chatting with my friend Becky this weekend about frozen cookie dough gifts. And in the same instant, we both said, “Homemade Break n Bake!” And here they are…

Just spoon them together onto plastic wrap, wax paper or parchment paper, wrap in foil and put in the freeze. When you’re ready to deliver your frozen cookies dough gifts, simple add a cute Christmas card on top, place in a decorative bag, if you wish, and put them in a cooler for transport.

Perhaps the most delicious and convenient gift you’ll give this Christmas!

See more about Homemade Break ‘n Bake Cookies here!

Slice and Bake


Cookie dough can be gifted cold or frozen…whichever you prefer. And be sure to tell friends that should be used within 3-4 days of making, or be frozen.  See all my tips for freezing cookie dough, how to gift slice and bake cookies, and which recipes are the best for freezing!


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I love this packaging idea of recycling a used foil container for giving muffin gifts…but it would totally work for a roll of cookie dough as well! Just cut the cookie dough roll to the size of the foil container, then wrap the dough in plastic wrap and/or parchment paper to keep it together inside the container.  Keep it chilled or frozen.

Recipe on Packaging

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Print the recipe for the cookie dough onto a piece of white paper or vellum paper and wrap around the dough. Or you could also print a recipe onto a tag template and attach it to the dough.

What are your (frozen) cookie dough gift tricks or tips?!


  1. Kristi says

    I have been doing this for several years. I use a cookie scoop and scoop then out onto plastic wrap on a cookie sheet then cover the cookie sheet well with plastic wrap then pop that in the freezer. Once they are frozen, then I use my food saver and vacuum seal them. They will last a little longer in the freezer that way. Also, I just use my favorite cookie recipe and it works great, just take the cookies out of the freezer before you turn on your oven and pop the frozen dough apart while it’s still frozen (it’s easier when it’s frozen) and put the dough on the cookie sheet. It will take just a little longer to cook so you have to watch them.

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