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Freezing Cheesecake?

Posted by
Pat
(pfarrell@adelphia.net) on
Sun, Nov 18, 01 at 8:44

I have heard that cheesecake can be made ahead and frozen. That would be a great dessert to have on hand for the holidays but I have some questions. Should the sides of the springform pan be removed before freezing? What about the bottom of the springform pan? Should I remove the cake from that as well or keep it to add stability? Any tips for success would be appreciated!

Pat


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RE: Freezing Cheesecake?

Hi Pat

I think you will find that this link answers all your questions.

Here is a link that might be useful: Freezing cheesecakes


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RE: Freezing Cheesecake?

Thanks, Ann! Yes, that link answered all of my questions and am ready to start bakng.


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RE: Freezing Cheesecake?

I know your questions have been answered, but I also want to add that I have frozen cheesecake bars/squares, and they turned out great!



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RE: Freezing Cheesecake?

Thanks for letting me know that it works! I am looking forward to trying it!!!


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RE: Freezing Cheesecake?

I cut my cheese cakes in serving sized portions and wrap individually and freeze. That way I can thaw what I need at that particular time.....and don't have to eat the leftovers all my self!! ( although I have been known to eat frozen cheese cake!)
Linda C


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