I made 2 batches of Stuffing. One with apples, and one with mushrooms and onions. Can I freeze them? I was worried it would become watery. Of course, I could always add gravy.
Daphna from Alachua, Florida
By Daphna Ariel
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By QT (Guest Post)10/03/2008
Why can't you freeze it in an aluminum pan?
By badwater 01/16/2008
You can freeze it in anything but aluminum pans. Otherwise you'll give yourself a quick trip to the hospital with food poisoning. My sister and her family learned that the hard way.
By susan 01/09/2008
Whenever I fix a turkey during the holidays, I fix the largest I can find. After we eat our meal, I freeze the turkey and stuffing in meal-sized portions (I use a food saver) and freeze for quick meals. I pour the gravy in plastic containers from frosting, which are the perfect size. This have save us a lot of grief on those hectic nites.
By Daphna Ariel 01/07/2008
Thank you everyone for your comments.
Misson accomplished..stuffing is frozen.
By Faye. (Guest Post)01/07/2008
I freeze my stuffing that has onions, celery, mushrooms, etc. It is really good thawed a bit in mirowave & then put in the bottom of your Slow Cooker, top with a raw Turkey Breast or Thigh, add a glaze of Apricot Jam mixed with Onion Soup Mix. It smells so good when cooking!! (You may want to add a bit of moisture to your stuffing to prevent it from drying out too much) Enjoy!
By Judi 01/05/2008
I freeze stuffing all the time. It's great to have stuffing in Feb. without having to start from scratch!
By Marjorie C. Woodworth 01/04/2008
I freeze all my bread, so I can't see why you can't freeze stuffing.
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