Do you have some homemade cookies that you froze and you want to thaw them out?
Well, today I am going to show you the two different methods that you can use to thaw frozen cookies.
Each process is pretty quick and it will really take a couple of minutes to get everything thawed and ready to eat.
Now, let’s just jump right into it
How to Defrost Cookies: 2 Best Methods to Use
When you are ready to defrost your frozen cookies, the entire process is pretty easy.
There are two recommended defrosting options and the one you use will depend on how quickly you need the cookies thawed.
- Thaw at room temperature
- Thaw using the microwave
Thaw Frozen Cookies at Room Temperature
The easiest way to thaw frozen cookies, is to let them sit out at room temperature. It will take around 10 to 20 minutes for them fully defrost, but after that they should be the same as when you first put them in the freezer.
Thaw Frozen Cookies Using the Microwave
If you are in a rush, you can remove the cookies directly from the freezer and thaw them using the microwave.
You can also kill two birds with one stone, as the cookies will reheat once they have defrosted (This depends on how long you leave them in the microwave).
The process is very easy, as you will place the frozen cookies on a microwave-safe plate and zap them for about 15 to 30 seconds. If you want them warmed up, you can leave them for an additional 10 seconds.
Wrapping it up
As you can see, when it comes to thawing frozen homemade cookies, the process is pretty quick and easy.
You either will let them defrost at room temperature or use the microwave to speed things up.
So, which method from this guide will you be using to defrost your cookies?
Let me know, by leaving a comment below.