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Can you freeze the 'ready-made' graham cracker, etc., pie crusts?

Last post Mar 29, 2004 6:39 AM by Peanut5710_va . 5 replies.


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  • Can you freeze the 'ready-made' graham cracker, etc., pie crusts?
    A grocery store here has them on sale this week (the graham cracker, chocolate, and shortbread crusts). They are about half price. I would like to stock up - it would really be convenient - but I've no idea if they can be frozen. If so, do you know how long they will keep? Thank you. June
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  • RE: Can you freeze the 'ready-made' graham cracker, etc., pie crusts?
    I have, I don't know if you're supposed to. Mine didn't seem to taste odd. I'd do it again.
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  • RE: Can you freeze the 'ready-made' graham cracker, etc., pie crusts?
    Thanks mschick - I'll probably go get some tomorrow. The shortbread ones are so-o good!
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  • RE: Can you freeze the 'ready-made' graham cracker, etc., pie crusts?
    I make a frozen pie and the crust does fine. If youplan to freeze them long term, I would put in a bag. But I do keep them in the pantry for a time with no problem.
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  • RE: Can you freeze the 'ready-made' graham cracker, etc., pie crusts?
    Thanks, cooking - I appreciate the input! June
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  • RE: Can you freeze the 'ready-made' graham cracker, etc., pie crusts?
    I've done it in the past. I put them in zip loc freezer bags. Then set them on the counter to thaw when I needed them. No problem or bad taste at all.
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