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Can you freeze COOKED egg beaters?

Last post Apr 27, 2006 12:42 PM by hollyga . 5 replies.


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  • Can you freeze COOKED egg beaters?
    Do you think prepared egg beaters would freeze well? I would like to prepare my grandparents some breakfast items and they really like egg beaters.

    What do you think?

    Judy
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  • RE: Can you freeze COOKED egg beaters?
    I don't see why not. I freeze them uncooked as I buy them in bulk at Sams. Why not cook 1/4 cup (1 egg) up and freeze it, then thaw it and see how it tastes. I've frozen pancakes and other baked items that I used eggbeaters in, and they were fine. They are eggs. Whatever you can do with a regular egg, I would presume you can do with Eggbeaters.

    Lou
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  • RE: Can you freeze COOKED egg beaters?
    My friend, Dottie, says that egg beaters are basically egg whites and that when she first froze them and tried to use them, they had a rubberband consistency (YUCK)-she said when she froze them the next time she minced the cooked egg beaters really small and the rubbery texture wasn't quite as noticable. For me, I wouldn't freeze them.
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