Can You Freeze Pumpkin Pie?

Thanks to the high fat content in their custard filling, pumpkin pies are easy to freeze!

If you decide to freeze your pumpkin pie, make sure that it is in a disposable pie pan (like the aluminum ones you can buy at the grocery store) because this type of pan is thinner, which will allow the pie to freeze faster. This helps to prevent ice crystals from developing on the surface of the pie. You should also make sure to wrap your pie well, using multiple layers of plastic wrap; finishing with a layer of foil or a large zip-top bag can add more protection.

A pumpkin pie that’s been properly wrapped and frozen should last up to a month. Make sure to give the pie plenty of time to thaw before serving it: Move it to the fridge at least 8 hours before you want to eat it.

Kulick's Pie Recipes Bruce and Lisa

Bruce Kulick and Lisa Lane Kulick are pie connoisseurs and have expertly crafted our list of classic pie recipes befitting a rockstar. We hope you love them as much as we do!

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