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Help with logistics on transporting Christmas breakfast and other items

janehathaway | Oct 19, 201806:09 PM     5

We will be spending Christmas in our new vacation/eventual retirement home this year. Due to my daughter’s schedule, we are unable to arrive there until Christmas Eve. I’m hoping to maintain a few of our usual traditions, especially my homemade cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning. I usually make the rolls a week or so prior to Christmas and stop and freeze them before the final rise and baking. Do you think I could do this and then transport them in a cooler on Christmas Eve? It’s a 12 hour drive. I would put them in the fridge upon arrival and then let them rise and bake them the following morning. Worst case scenario, I can make them when we arrive on Christmas Eve, but it’s not the dream scenario after a 12 hour drive.

I’d truly appreciate any thoughts you may have!

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