Can eggs be used in cake mix if they have accidently been frozen?
accidently left dozen eggs in car trunk..frozen now..need to bake birthday cake...should I just go buy more eggs, or can they work in the cake mix?
I've always used previously-frozen eggs in baking, and they do just fine as long as you give them a chance to warm up to room temperature before adding it to the batter. We used to have chickens, so we froze extra eggs in ice cube trays and stored them that way (out of the shell) -- the result can't be used for fried eggs or of course boiled eggs because the yolk almost always breaks, but they're great for everything else.
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