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I bought some Tasty Batters frozen cookie dough from the high school girl next door, and I have questions about how I'm supposed to handle it. I don't bake at all, so I've got nothing to go on.


I bought pre-portioned Red and White Cranberry Delight dough. The baking directions given (for a regular oven) are: preheat to 360 degrees, set 1 1/2 inches apart, bake 12-16 minutes. The 2 lb 11 oz box contains 36 1.2 oz cookies. I'm assuming I bake these straight from the freezer?


The Fudge Brownie Delight dough is one big 3 pound lump frozen in a plastic tub. (I was misled!) The directions given (reg. oven) are: preheat to 360 degrees, set 1 1/2 inches apart, bake for 10-14 minutes. The tub says it will make 45 thirty gram cookies (the website says 48 one ounce cookies *handwave*). The website says all their frozen dough is "just scoop and bake." So am I right to think that I can scoop out dough without having to thaw the tub first, and that I just drop my approximately-one-ounce clump of dough on a baking sheet and shove it in the oven? No cookie cutters and all that?


And finally, assuming I produce an edible product with your kind help *g* do you have any guesses as to how well the baked cookies will hold up inside a cookie tin? My SIL loves chocolate, so I'd like to give her some for Christmas, but I don't know if I need to hold off baking for another week, or what.

Thanks for any advice!
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