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- June 8, 2014 at 2:39 am #342616adaniels75
Ever make a batch of cookies and accidentally leave them in a minute too long? How about finding them dried out because someone forget to seal them back up? I’m still getting used to baking in a convection oven, and let’s just say that it’s taken many batches of cookies to get the timing / temperature adjustment just right!
Well, I have an amazing tip to soften them back up. All you have to do is put a slice of bread in a sealed container (think Rubbermaid-type bowl or zipper bag) with the cookies. The cookies will draw moisture from the bread & soften right up.
You can leave the bread in there, or remove it after a day or two; just be sure to remove the bread once it’s dried out, or else it will then draw moisture back out of the cookies. If necessary, you can replace it with a fresh slice.
- June 21, 2014 at 4:02 am #454486BlueeyedgirlKy
Thanks I like this tip and will try it soon.
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