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Here is my sage baking advice. Make up the cookie doughs ahead of time and then bake them off as you need them. I make up my cookie doughs in July and then bake them off as needed come December. Clean out your freezer and start making cookie dough!

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I've always baked my holiday cookies ahead of time, and they freeze very well. I also baked pumpkin bread and froze that too. I have a big tupperware container, the kind that is used for cupcakes, and I freeze my cookies in that.
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