Can You Freeze Brownies
Fresh brownies out the oven are so heavenly. The warm chocolaty texture makes them irresistible and anyone one knows that it is hard to eat just one.
I am pretty sure you ended up on the page because you wanted to know if you can freeze brownies? The answer is yes and if packaged properly, you can store them for up to 3 months. When heated they will be the same as when you first baked them.
How to Freeze Brownies
When it comes to freezing brownies, the process is pretty simple and you will actually need just a couple
After you have baked your brownies, you should let them cool properly, possibly for 1-2 hours.
After the brownies are cooled, then you will cut them up into squares or serving sizes with the use of a serrated knife.
Now you will take either the plastic wrap or aluminum foil and wrap the dessert thoroughly. You are going to want to make sure that it is fully covered, so wrap it a couple of times for good measure.
After wrapping, you are going to place the brownies in a freezer container or in freezer bags. If placing it in bags, try to squeeze out as much air as possible.
Once everything is sealed away, you can place them in the freezer. It is always a good idea to try and label the date on the bag/container. This will allow you to get an idea as to how long the brownies have been in the freezer. Frozen brownies can be kept for up to 3 months, so keep that in mind.
How Do You Thaw/Warm Up Frozen Brownies
If you are ready to use your frozen brownies, you are definitely going to want to reheat them. There is much more in-depth brownie reheating guide here, but I will just give a quick overview below.
If you are looking to reheat, the best option is to either use the oven or the microwave. With the oven it is going to take some time, but you will get your brownies just as when you first baked them. If you are going to use the microwave, you will have to let them thaw out, or else they are going to turn to mush.
When it comes to thawing out the brownies, you can let them sit at room temperature until they are fully thawed out. After that you can go ahead with reheating, especially the microwave.