Can palmiers be refrigerated/frozen overnight?

  • Can palmiers be refrigerated/frozen overnight? Rabab

    I want to make palmiers and refrigerate or freeze them overnight then bake them in the morning. Can i do that, or would they not turn out right?

  • You should be able to cut them, wrap them up, and freeze them to be baked and served the next day without a problem.

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