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freezing cookie dough and basics of baking powder?

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skingstone Jan 1, 2010 06:44 AM

My first post. I did a search and saw that you can freeze cookie dough. However, do i avoid using baking power and/or baking soda? I want plump cookies and not flat cookies which means using one of those ingredients. Help me understand. tx

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    gfr1111 Jan 1, 2010 07:14 AM

    Skingstone, Pillsbury has been instructing people for years to freeze their cookie dough tubes, if they are not going to bake the dough immediately. Leavening is in there, and everything, so I would guess it's not a problem. Good luck!

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      skingstone Jan 2, 2010 06:48 AM

      ha! tx! i froze the batter last night. thank you

    2. greygarious Jan 1, 2010 07:31 AM

      Depends on your particular recipe and how much, if any, egg it contains. Egg dough will rise even if some of the leavening is retarded by freezing.

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