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Freezing Zucchini Bread?

I am baking small individual loaves of zucchini bread today for Christmas gifts, that's 5 days away. Can I freeze in the aluminum pans they are baked in? I will be traveling 8 hrs in 2 days also so they will have to be in a cooler. Can anyone tell me the best way to keep them fresh?

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December 20, 20190 found this helpful
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I would first wrap air tight with foil,then placed in freezer bags making sure you press all the air from the bag before zip/seal. This will keep all the goodness of your bread to remain fresh tasting !

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December 21, 20190 found this helpful
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I would suggest taking them out of the pans they were baked in and only wrapping them in aluminum foil and using a zip lock storage bag to freeze them. The way when they defrost the pain that they were baked in does not make the bread soggy.

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I never liked to freeze the bread like this in the pans I baked them in.

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December 21, 20190 found this helpful
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From past experience, I agree with those who say remove the bread from the pan before freezing it. Wrap it tightly with heavy duty foil. Placing the wrapped loaf in a freezer bag can enable it to be stored in the freezer for a longer period of time and still taste delicious when its thawed. The freezer bag can serve as an extra layer of protection when the bread is packed into the cooler.

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December 20, 20190 found this helpful

I freeze all the time. Wrap in aluminum foil and then put in a freezer bag with as much air squeezed out as possible.

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December 21, 20190 found this helpful

Did you end up freezing them in the aluminum pans? I stopped doing that because when they defrost the aluminum sweats and the bread becomes soggy. If you already froze them and traveled, see if you can get them out of the pans before you defrost.

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That should prevent the condensation. Post back how it goes!

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