Yes, you can freeze a pumpkin pie. If you don't care what it tastes like when you thaw it. The different parts of the pie freeze at different times during the process. They won't conmingle properly when thawed.
Yes, you can cook fresh pumpkin and freeze it just fine. Once thawed use it to make fresh pumpkin pie or muffins, etc. I've never had a problem with it. And, pumpkin pie also freezes fine unless it is the whipped type.
by Tracy Lynn Conway 9 years ago
I LOVE pumpkin pie and I usually use canned pumpkin. A friend of mine swears that you can't tell the difference between canned or fresh pumpkin when you taste it. What is your opinion?
by pumpkinlove 10 years ago
So you said that Fresh Pumpkin is better then puree... I've never used fresh... is it hard to...use??? I got some pumpkins today to make pie. Will I mess up, or is it pretty simple???
by LaThing 9 years ago
If you live alone, or you were alone, do you, or would you cook for yourself?Or would you go out and eat? Or would you buy frozen packed meals?
by crystaleyes 9 years ago
I need to cook fresh meals every time, I usually have very less leftovers.. Even if i have i do not give them to my children.. Do you agree that leftovers can get fatal with children and the aged?
by Peeples 8 years ago
Can I make a pumpkin pie from white pumpkins?We have 2 large white pumpkins we used as decoration. I was going to put them in the compost but would rather eat them if possible. Anyone ever cooked a white pumpkin? I can't find any recipes using them. Ideas anyone?
by Linda Crampton 7 years ago
What is your favorite topping for pumpkin pie?What flavor of topping do you think goes especially well with the taste of spiced pumpkin in a pie?
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