Freezing Pie

I thought about doing this before. I never really branched out, and trying it until recently. I froze a pumpkin pie, and it is such a blessing. I am the only one who eats the majority of the food I make. It makes sense to freeze things. It’s the whole “ehhhh, is this going to really work? Or, did I totally just waste my food?” that I take issue with. I like food. I like to keep it “fresh” for as long as possible.

I have frozen some different things and had success: Different cookie recipes, muffins, biscuits, etc. Now, pie. Good pie. Portion controlled: pie. Is there anything better (food related) than portion controlled pie? Not really.

  • Once it cooled, I cut it into small pieces.
  • Placed it in the freezer.
  • Cut it into slices every few hours.
  • During the night, I resliced it.
  • After it was resliced, I torn a aluminum foil sheet in half. Using one 1/2 sheet per slice of pie. Followed by that, I stuck the slices in a plastic freezer-safe bag (I believe I used the quart size; gallon would work also).

My pie made about 11 or 12 smaller slices.

Thawing it out:
I have eaten the majority of my pie since then (it’s been a few months). I let it sit out to thaw. I give it between 15-20 minutes (rough estimate). I imagine it will stay good for a few months or until it is all eaten.

Recipe I used for pie: by Gluten Free Homemaker with some adjustments.


Author: Stacey Patrick

Stacey is a writer by nature, and blogs over at Stacey loves to write whenever she can. Her writings center around her love relationship with Jesus Christ, His precious words of truth, chronic illness, and singleness.

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