Never store cookies in cans at Christmas
Created: 2022-12-02 04:56
By: Johanna Kontowski
Christmas time without cookies is unimaginable for many.
But there is a big misconception when it comes to the beautiful Advent tins.
Dortmund – Baking cookies during the Advent season is on the agenda of many Christmas fans.
So that the delicious sugar bombs last a long time, beautiful decoration should not be the focus.
Where are the cookies best kept?
Surprise: it's often not a cookie jar.
In the Christmas bakery - how to store the cookies in the Advent season
The cookies from our own Christmas bakery quickly tempt you to nibble on them.
In the reindeer gallop you have to get the beautiful cookie jar with the snowflakes from the storage room.
Otherwise only half is there.
If you still want to store a few hands full, you should pay attention to a few tips (more life hacks at RUHR24).
, Christmas cookies are very starchy.
This means: They dry out in a very short time if there is too much air supply.
But why aren't they adequately protected in the beautiful Advent tins?
This is because the classic cookie tins are not sealed airtight.
RUHR24 reports that fans of the traditional tin cans for vanilla crescents, shortbread cookies and the like don't get enough of this tip.
According to the advice site, airtight plastic containers are better for cookies.
This applies above all to coconut macaroons or biscuits made from shortcrust pastry.
With a few simple steps, the Christmas cookies stay fresh for a long time
In addition, chip.de
a piece of apple in the can with coconut macaroons.
In this way, the popular coconut crowns should be edible for a long time.
It can also ensure that hard cookies become soft again.
The traditional Christmas tin is not the perfect storage place for cookies like vanilla crescents because of the too much air supply.
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Nevertheless, the piece should of course not rot in the can.
A replacement is announced after 3 days at the latest.
With other Christmas pastries such as cinnamon stars, gingerbread and Christmas stollen, it is important not to put them in an Advent tin until a day later.
Anyone who finds Christmas cookies too sugary can also prepare chestnuts in the oven.