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Best way to thaw pumpkin bread

Posted by jenn (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 19, 08 at 15:21

I made a loaf of pumpkin cranberry bread last week and put it in the freezer, intending to give away tomorrow (I'd prefer to give freshly-baked, but I made an extra loaf not sure what to do with it). I wrapped it in plastic wrap, then foil, then put in a ziploc freezer bag.

I put it in the fridge this morning. Should I remove it and let it thaw at room temperature, leaving it wrapped? Or should I keep it wrapped and leave it in the fridge or on the counter?

What's the best way so it doesn't get soggy or otherwise affected?

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RE: Best way to thaw pumpkin bread

Lay it on the counter to thaw.....and before I gave it away, I would remove the plastic wrap and re weap in foil on the chance that the prson doesn't re heat the loaf before serving.
Linda C

RE: Best way to thaw pumpkin bread

Thanks Linda. I plan to slice it and put on pretty plate. We're taking it to the neighbor's party.

RE: Best way to thaw pumpkin bread

I wrap my breads, crepes etc in waxed paper then ziploc then freezer. The waxed paper wicks any moisture away from my goodies.

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