I was actually thinking of butter cookies. Those are my absolute favorite, and I'd definitely love sharing them with my loved ones, they would definitely be the ones I'd choose to send to my fiance abroad right now I might actually do the same thing with my mom soon when I am abroad again.I haven't mailed goodies in a while, but I used to make huge batches of Christmas butter cookies and ship them. I've never done anything too soft or that would potentially get squished, but I am considering making up a batch of hermits or half and halfs for my Mom and shipping them to her.
As long as the cheesecake doesn't need to be refrigerated, it should be o.k., but I'd definitely send it as expeditiously as possible, which can get expensive. I always package my items in freezer zipper bags or Tupperware type containers, then box them up with padding surrounding the items. There's a box to tick on the form stating that the items are perishable.
I think it's important to take into consideration how the goods will fare during the shipping process, before deciding what you want to send. I shipped many things over the years, and I stuck with the butter cookies because they were dense and held together well. Even if one or two broke, most stayed intact, and they tasted really good, didn't get stale. I have been really busy with the shops, so haven't done any baking lately, but might try to get a package of them off to my Mom either right around Christmas, or probably afterwards, since the last day for shipping (with guaranteed Christmas day delivery) is coming up soon. I'm sure your fiance would love the cookies or whatever else you decided to send, and so would your mom. I've shipped fudge and other more delicate items, but those are more costly to send, since they have to arrive more quickly.I was actually thinking of butter cookies. Those are my absolute favorite, and I'd definitely love sharing them with my loved ones, they would definitely be the ones I'd choose to send to my fiance abroad right now I might actually do the same thing with my mom soon when I am abroad again.
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