How long will honey joys and chocolate craclkles keep in an airtight container??
Or do the choc crackles need to be kept in the fridge?? I can't remember!!! If so how long will htey stay fresh for?
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16-10-2007 15:12 #1
making honey joys an dchoc crackles in advance?
16-10-2007 15:17 #2
in my house they will last about two hours...
not sure what the real answer is. I would probably keep them in the fridge though.
16-10-2007 15:19 #3
I've kept honey joys in an airtight container over night. No idea how we managed not to eat them all in that time, but anyway, we did.
16-10-2007 15:41 #4
Yes well that is the problem in our house too!! They rarely make it into containers in the first place. Which is why I have no idea how long they will keep for! I have bubs 1st birthday party on Sunday and I want to get as much done in advance as I can. I was hoping to make them on Thursday night?????
16-10-2007 15:45 #5
I dont think theyll last that long...theyll go soggy in a container!
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i make honey joys and the will last in an air tight container for abuot a week. (IF YOU CAN MANAGE THAT LONG LOL)
choc crakles will last 2 as long as they r in the fridge.
16-10-2007 17:38 #7
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