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Will these biscuits last?

(6 Posts)
IsleOfRight Mon 09-Dec-13 17:34:15

Brilliant thanks will give it a go

struggling100 Mon 09-Dec-13 14:54:09

I just made two lots of shortbread at the weekend, and whacked them in the freezer for Christmas! They'll taste fine. smile

Elderflowergranita Mon 09-Dec-13 14:46:45

Shortbread type biscuits tend to freeze really well, ime.

IsleOfRight Sun 08-Dec-13 23:20:26

What is your recipe? Or do you think they would freeze?

looseleaf Sun 08-Dec-13 16:33:59

Yes I think so- my shortbread- which probably have a different recipe though so I don't know if that matters- lasts well for ages and when cool I pack it in freezer bags and take the air out as well as then putting it in an airtight tin

IsleOfRight Sun 08-Dec-13 10:03:54

I want to make shortbread biscuit lollies for my dd's bday party. I have the sticks and am planning to put a layer of biscuit either side of the stick pre cooking and press together. So far so good. But I am going away for the two days immediately before her birthday so would have to make them three days before. What do you think - would they last? (By which I mean still be ok. They would last as in not be eaten, mainly because I will be away)

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