As the holiday cookie season approaches, it’s time to break out the recipes and cookie cutters. But once your thumbprints and sugar cookies are complete, how do you keep them fresh well into the season? Keepin ‘em fresh comes down to moisture control. Allow your cookies to cool completely before tucking them away. When storing soft cookies, opt for airtight plastic containers that will limit the airflow and keep your cookies moister longer. Crispy cookies are best stored in a glass container, like a cookie jar, which lets a little bit of air in to keep your batch crunchy. As a rule of thumb, plastic bags shouldn’t be used to store cookies, unless they’re headed into the freezer.
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