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Cookies (and Sweets?) That Are Better Ice Cold

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weinoo   

To me, a lot of food (both sweet and savory) tastes best at room temperature.

But I like certain cookies right out of the fridge (some friends even tell me they're better out of the freezer, too).

So:

Mallomars

Thin Mints

What others?

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Out of the fridge? Mallomars and Thin Mints? I've never tried them IN the fridge, but I see fun new experiments in my future!

I do like partially frozen marshmallows. Don't ask me how that was discovered.

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I eat almost all cookies frozen--if they're left at room temp I will see them and eat them Keeping them in the freezer will extend the life of the batch...er, somewhat.

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Milky Way bars frozen solid. You must have strong teeth and jaws, but so yummy.

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jsmeeker   

Thin Mints for sure. they are the only cookie I eat frozen.

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haresfur   

Frozen brownies are the best.

I like Teddy Bear biscuits out of the fridge.

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Brownies most definitely. In fact, I don't like room temp brownies at all.

Uno Bars, for the candy bar category. If you can find them.

Chocolate chip cookies. But I have to disagree, ruthcooks. They're not any safer in the freezer than in the cookie jar, as I think you know! :wink:

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Shel_B   

To me, a lot of food (both sweet and savory) tastes best at room temperature.

But I like certain cookies right out of the fridge (some friends even tell me they're better out of the freezer, too).

So:

Mallomars

Thin Mints

What others?

I used to like Hydrox sandwich cookies frozen, some candies, like Milky Way or Kit Kat, and homemade chocolate chip cookies.

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mukki   

I was introduced to frozen brownies last year. Yum.


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alankar   

It's something new I hear about cookies, hungry to taste frozen Cookies. :huh: .

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Susie Q   

Ruby Mae's sugar cookies!

My daddy's cousin gave me her recipe for her thin crisp sugar cookies. They are great at room temp but crispy ice cold with a glass of lemonade...on a hot summer's day...bliss.

There is another thing I like frozen but I'd like to try and sell it in some fashion one day. I won't say what it is.

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stevem13   

Hi,

I love to eat cookies and I am fan of them . I have to suggest you that Cucidati is a traditional Italian cookie its proper Italian cookie having mixture of figs and other fruits, nuts, and seasonings. Some people having different recipes for Cucidati but typically includes figs, dates, raisins, and walnuts and is bound together with honey and orange marmalade also having cover of color full candies

Just try eat once and you will get best cookie for tasting

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jdubbs   

hmm,

I like eating shortbread cookies from the freezer.... actually all cookies, but shortbread does it for me :)

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Cold apple pie....with a hot cup of coffee.

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Shel_B   

Chocolate coated Havanna alfajores from Argentina.   Mmmmm!

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