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Cookie dough can keep for a week in the fridge as long as it doesn't start to dry out. Be sure to wrap it tightly in plastic wrap. You can also freeze cookie dough for up to three months, which may be your best option if you are trying to get ahead on time.
You could either freeze the cookie dough or substitute the eggs for a non-perishable item such as water + ground flax. Their are plenty of other options for seasonings if you are looking to make a variety of different cookies!! http://www.carolinaingredients.com/search/dist/3
As egg is your most perishable item in the recipe, you might try various vegan egg replacements to see how that affects the dough. As there's already both things nutty and slightly gritty (the oatmeal) in there and it's a drop cookie (so workability isn't an issue), I'd suggest ground flax + water.
Since those are drop cookies, the best approach is to portion them into individual cookie portions, and freeze them on a sheet tray. Once solidly frozen, they can be moved into a zip back or other more convenient storage container. They do not need to be thawed in order to bake, so they still are very convenient. Simply lay them out frozen on a tray, and ...
Refrigerating cooked potatoes is perfectly safe. The myriad of frozen and refrigerated potato products on the market demonstrate this, as do the experiences of millions of home cooks. In fact, it is raw potatoes that should not be refrigerated, not because of safety concerns, but because they will convert starches to sugars and taste oddly sweet. The ...
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