This is silly but we don't drink coffee around here but maybe 2/3 times a year for my husband and none at all for me
I was wanting to try to liquid creamers for binding cake balls and maybe regular cakes but there's no way I'd use a whole bottle at once so I was wondering if they can be frozen in ice cube trays to be used later.
don't see why not ... you may want to seal them in plastic wrap to keep out that freezer taste
Yes, you can freeze it. I use this so much in my buttercream that I never have leftover (and I don't drink coffee at all).
oh that's a good idea for iced coffee!
Carnation brand also makes single servings, in the liquid. It comes in a box. It can sit in the cabinet until you are ready to use it and then only use what amount you need. I always keep it on hand.
I use the powdered creamers for flavoring and then just use milk as the binder liquid, that way I don't have to worry about it going bad.
I just freeze it right in the container. Shake it up after it thaws and use as usual.
If you wouldn't use it all, the ice cube trays then zip bags sound like a good idea.