mailing baked goods

February 10, 2016 at 7:13 pm | Posted in miscellaneous dessert | Leave a comment
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Who knew I’d be mailing my gift this valentine so to make sure my baked goods stay relatively fresh and intact, I looked up online for all the tips and tricks on getting this right. Nothing could be more embarrassing than stale pile of mush right?

mail/ time: So it appears that everyone suggested to go for slightly more expensive than regular mail to make sure it gets there in time. also bake it the day of and ship it as soon as it’s COOLED.

Also to saran wrap the goods individually with suran or foil and wax paper/ parchment in between. dont just put them in a air tight container.

obviously avoid packing cookies of different kinds in the same box (crisp and soft)

could freeze prior to mailing and winter months (cold) is better than summer months

fill it with bubble wrap, peanuts, news paper, or PLAIN POPCORN and make sure they don’t move around when moved.

baked goods that are good for traveling:

  • brownies, cookies, and biscotti , banana bread

found some pretty good tips and ideas from this website:

http://www.sugardishme.com/how-to-ship-baked-goods/

 

or I’ll make this cranberry orange biscotti http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/cranberry-orange-biscotti/fc4b530c-0f31-40f7-bec9-de1deb3bce03

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