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Can leftover cake batter be frozen, and if so, for how long?

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I did some snooping and this is what I came away with....

 

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/276595

Thanks, Kathy. I got my answer fm the link U mailed.

Kathy Kmonk said:

I did some snooping and this is what I came away with....

 

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/276595

A while back some of the cakers at the  wilton.com forums did an experiment with this and it worked fine.  They generally froze it in a ziplock bag, removed the extra air and then when it was defrosted would cut a corner in the bag to get it into the pan.  I keep wanting to try it but always forget when I am making cuppies.  No harm in giving it a try the next time you have some.  Better than throwing it out if you don't want to make more cake or cuppies right away.

Tks, may be worth a try.



denette lynch said:

A while back some of the cakers at the  wilton.com forums did an experiment with this and it worked fine.  They generally froze it in a ziplock bag, removed the extra air and then when it was defrosted would cut a corner in the bag to get it into the pan.  I keep wanting to try it but always forget when I am making cuppies.  No harm in giving it a try the next time you have some.  Better than throwing it out if you don't want to make more cake or cuppies right away.

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