Has Anyone Successfully Frozen A..............

Decorating By Deb_ Updated 19 Nov 2008 , 3:51am by Deb_

Deb_ Posted 18 Nov 2008 , 1:16pm
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Cheesecake? I know you can buy "frozen" ones at the market, but have any of you ever frozen a "from scratch" one with good results? I'd like to get my baking out of the way for Thanksgiving.

Apple pie? Should I make and bake it and than freeze it? or Should I make it, don't bake it, freeze, than bake next week? My concern is the apples turning if I don't bake it before I freeze it.

Thanks in advance for the feedback.

Have a nice day!
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snowboarder Posted 18 Nov 2008 , 5:41pm
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Originally Posted by dkelly27

have any of you ever frozen a "from scratch" one with good results?




Yes and no. I say it depends on the recipe. I have a triple chocolate cheesecake that freezes just fine, but my pumpkin cheesecake doesn't freeze well at all- liquid leaches out upon thawing.

Deb_ Posted 18 Nov 2008 , 7:29pm
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Thanks for the response. That's what I was afraid of, the condition of it once it thaws.

How about Apple Pie? Anyone? Please........ icon_smile.gif

marmalade1687 Posted 18 Nov 2008 , 8:08pm
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I have frozen the apple pie filling, then taken it out to fill the pie shell and bake fresh. I have also frozen many of my cheesecakes - I suppose though that it depends on the recipe! icon_biggrin.gif

Mike1394 Posted 18 Nov 2008 , 8:12pm
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I've frozen every kind of cheescake there is to freeze. In fact I have two pumpkin in the freezer right now. They will come out Tue. morning, and get decorated Wed morning.

Mike

sari66 Posted 19 Nov 2008 , 2:33am
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I've frozen cheese cakes and apple pies no issues with either one.

Deb_ Posted 19 Nov 2008 , 3:51am
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Oh great, thanks so much........I feel confident now that it will be o.k.

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