Budget101 Discussion List Archives Pantry Chat question about cookie/muffin mixes

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      I have often made muffin batter and cookie dough up ahead of time and baked at a later time with much success. In fact, I prefer letting some batters to sit for a bit. My recipe for bran muffins (using all bran cereal) comes out *much* nicer when the cereal has had time to soften more.

      This recipe is a large batter than you can keep refrigerated for several weeks (make only as many as you want). I often make a double or triple batch of chocolate chip cookies and bake only a single batch at a time. I use old 4 L plastic ice cream containers to store the batter / dough in the fridge (to keep it fresh).

      I have not had any muffin or cookie flop because of baking them at a later time. Try it and you will probably be pleasantly surprised.

      Lisa B.

      From: “Lisa B.”
      Date: Thu May 8, 2003 6:02 pm

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Pantry Chat question about cookie/muffin mixes