I finally decided to try freezing it instead of throwing it out or having too much cake at once. But now, I'm scared of it. I keep looking at it, but whenever I've needed batter, I just made new. Do you thaw it in the fridge? On the counter? Will the cake still rise? It keeps staring at me like "Go ahead - thaw me. I dare ya." At the very least, I want my Tupperware container back!
I have thawed it out on the counter top and baked it with no issue.
Do you beat it again? Or just stir it up?
Really I just pour it in and go.
Thank you! I am no longer afraid! Tonite we have cake!!!
I was wondering can you freeze the cake batter in a greased parchment paper lined pan and just thaw and bake?
I usually remember around midnight that I need the batter ready to go in the morning, so I put it in the fridge overnight.
I take it out in the morning and let it warm up a bit while I prep the pan, get the oven preheated, etc.
I gently stir it with a flat silicone spatula and put it in the pan.
I freeze mine all the time. I let it thaw on the counter. Stir it with a rubber spatchula and bake. Comes out great.
Thanks y'all! Apparently my fears were unfounded!
I let frozen batter thaw in the fridge, then stir with a rubber spatula before panning. Add an extra minute or two in the oven.
It keeps staring at me like "Go ahead - thaw me. I dare ya." At the very least, I want my Tupperware container back!
ROFLOL! kimmisue2009 I dont know any thing about frozen batter but I do Love Your personality on things. I hope you got your Tupperware back from the frozen batter. Tupperware is expensive.