if you are wondering can you freeze the pudding to avoid going all the extra pudding from waste then you are correct. pudding can be frozen to eat later when required.
you can make different pudding recipes and freeze them for serving in event later. they are also good to have ready in freezer incase someone comes uninvited as it would save your day and you would enjoy the pudding with your guests.
if you are planning to freeze your pudding then you must nor put the toppings and garnish in starting rather put them while serving as fruits topping tend to release moisture in pudding when frozen and different biscuits may become soggy in freezer thus ruining the taste of pudding later.
also it is advised to make pudding crust with make with food items which are high in fat content like high fat milk, crushed cookies or bread as it will help to keep pudding in shape with full flavor while serving after being frozen.
How to freeze puddings
when to tend to freeze your pudding it becomes like soft ice cream. this happens with many kinds of puddings including store bought ones and home made ones like rice pudding etc.
just put your pudding in any bowl and let it freeze for few hours then you will find out that it becomes a tasty dessert with smooth top layer. you don’t have to worry about covering it from top as it wont get spoiled if not covered.
you can also make use of popsicle molds to put your pudding in them and insert a stick and freeze it to enjoy later with your kids as kids like puddings in different shapes and popsicles would do the tricks. if you don’t have the molds or you cant get them then make use of narrow glass in kitchen or similar containers to make various shaped frozen puddings.
Although we don’t recommend doing it because pudding material might consist of water content in it which would make the outer crust soggy and make it soft but can be done if its only way left to preserve the pudding.
if you made the pie for serving later to guest then do not freeze it as watery material could destroy the appearance and taste of the pudding and guest wont like eating it. but if its leftover from the vent which need to eat later then you can freeze it as eat later as you don’t have any guest to please can accept some change in texture etc.
make use of air tight container to freeze the whole pie or slices to prevent any kind of freezer burns on the pie. you can take a container and cover it from top or keep in plastic bags also if you don’t have anything to freeze it.
can you freeze persimmon pudding
persimmon pudding comes with southern origin and has sweet and tangy taste. we don’t recommend freezing this dessert to its ingredients as it may change the texture of the pudding.
if you intent to freeze it as last resort of preserving it then make you add it to air tight container so that the moisture from freezer wont seep in to the pudding which could change the taste of the pudding.
can you freeze white pudding
yes it can be frozen easily and turns out to be good after defrosting or thawing. you need to make sure to add it to air tight container while freezing it or just use food bags to prevent freezer burns on the pudding. cover the pudding container with cling wrap from top and write the date on it so that you can consume it within time without it getting bad in taste and then put the container lid on it for perfect seal of the container.
to defrost the pudding you can keep it in fridge for few hours and it will become good to eat without any frozen bits in it. you can also use thawed pudding directly from fridge to the recipe. you can also thaw it in the kitchen counter top at room temperature but only if your pudding need to be eat warm as it will become warm if kept too long in kitchen.
if you are planning to thaw any kind of pre made dessert then just do it in fridge as in open it may absorb some moisture which would make the pie crust soggy and spoil the overall taste of pudding but if its some kind of pudding cake or something similar then you don’t need to worry as it can be done in kitchen also as cream of cake wont allow to much moisture seepage in the cake.
you can try freezing and then thawing one batch of pudding to get the exact output. by doing so it would help you determine the course for the rest of the puddings as every pudding gives different output and texture after freezing and defrosting due to difference in its preparation and other factors like temperature etc.
Hope you got the right way to freeze your pudding from above. depending upon the preparation method and other factors like temperature etc. the pudding may lose some moisture, texture and color but taste wont get change to great extent so that you can enjoy the pudding later also after freezing.
share this with your friends and family to help them enjoy the pudding also after freezing and reduce the overall waste of food.
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