Peanut Butter Oatmeal Monster Cookies we posted yesterday. Other good candidates are classic chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies. • To freeze individually, roll in balls and put on a cookie sheet. Freeze until hard - about an hour. Then remove the frozen cookie dough balls from the cookie sheet and freeze in a gallon freezer bag. Make sure to label with date and cookie variety. You can bake these at the same temperature called for in the recipe; just give them a minute or two longer. 2. Icebox cookies: Icebox cookies are cookies made from dough rolled into a long log. The cookies are sliced off one by one for even sizing and thickness. This can be done immediately, or you can freeze the log and slice them as the mood takes you. We did this often with our favorite Earl Grey Tea Cookies. Ultra-Chewy Lemon Coconut Cookies would also work well. • Freeze the cookie dough log, wrapped well in plastic wrap or wax paper. These cookies will be even easier to cut after the dough is frozen. Bake at recommended temperature for just slightly longer than specified in the original recipe. Do you have any favorite freezer cookies?