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[edit] Fat in cookies

The cholesterol in cookies is not much. But note the high fat content of cookies, that is equally bad for your health. Most of the cookies contain trans-fatty acids (hydrogenated fats), which is even worse than the cholesterol and is also responsible for high cholesterol and high triglyceride levels. The pages on cholesterol give details on fats, cholesterol & heart. reduce your cholesterol, lower LDL cholesterol, increase HDL cholesterol, lower triglycerides, protect your heart, cholesterol values in food items, etc. Use the cholesterol links given at the end of the section.

Nutrition Facts Serving Size 100 g

Amount Per Serving Calories 378 Calories From Fat 24

Calories 378 kcal Calories 1582 kj Carbohydrates 84 g Calories from Carbohydrates 327.6 kcal % Calories from Carbohydrates 86.67 % Cholesterol 2 mg Fat 2.7 g Calories from Fat 23.76 kcal % Calories from Fat 6.29 % Monounsaturated Fat 1.345 g Polyunsaturated Fat 0.466 g Protein 4.2 g Calories from Protein 17.22 kcal % Calories from Protein 4.56 % Saturated Fat 0.669 g Total Dietary Fiber 1.6 g


[edit] Tips for making cookies

  • Use only the freshest ingredients.
  • Large eggs are the standard eggs used.
  • Try not to use substitute fats. If the recipe calls for butter, use butter.
  • Make sure you measure your ingredients properly.
  • Keep the dough chilled in between baking batches of cookies.
  • Cool your cookie sheets by running tepid water over the back of them.

[edit] Storing cookies

  • Cool the baked cookies completely before freezing.
  • Separate cookies by recipe, but if you can't, separate the crispy cookies from the soft ones for storage.
  • Use airtight containers; don't use cardboard containers because they pick up freezer odors.
  • First put a piece of waxed paper or foil in the bottom of the container. *Then, place the cookies so they aren't touching and separate the layers with waxed paper or foil to protect. Seal tightly.
  • Thaw cookies in their original container at room temperature so that condensation forms on the wrapping, not on the cookie.

[edit] References

  • Cholesterol in Cookies, Chocolate, Cocoa, Coffee
  • Cookies storage
  • All about cookies
  • USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference