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Kitchen hacks: 4 freezer-friendly cookie recipes to always have on hand

Perfect for the festive season when you have plenty of family and friends over.

by: Robyn Brittow | 22 Nov 2018
 
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Over the holiday season when unexpected family or the kids arrive, want to spoil them with a treat. Baking a cake will take too much time. Your saviour? Freezer-friendly cookies!

These delicious morsels can be made ahead of time and kept frozen until you’re ready to bake them because yes, they can be baked from frozen. Your house will be filled with the aromas of ginger, lemon and caramel. Delicious? We think so!

Try our 4 fabulous freezer-friendly cookie recipes!

These gingerbread men biscuits are fun for school holidays and an activity to have on hand when you want to keep the kids busy. 

gingerbread cookies
 

Buttery and zesty, these lemon shortbread biscuits might be our favourite biscuits to tuck into. 

lemon shortbread biscuits

Decorate your biscuits with this beautiful recipe for salted caramel thumbprint cookies. 

salted caramel thumbprint cookies


Vanilla and chocolate biscuits
with a nutty twist of almond butter. Sign us up!

vanilla and chocolate biscuits with almond butter

What's your freezer food hack for unexpected guests? 

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