How to Thaw and Heat a Frozen, Baked Fruit Pie

Most pies freeze quite well, making it easy to bake a pie ahead of time for a special occasion, but it’s important to thaw and heat it properly to get the best results. Start by putting your frozen fruit pie into the refrigerator the day before you plan to eat it so that it can thaw out. Letting it thaw slowly in the fridge will ensure that it’s completely thawed all the way through. Then, right before you need it, set your oven to 350 degrees and cover the top of the pie with foil so the crust doesn’t burn. Pop the pie into the oven for just a few minutes, until the filling is warm and bubbling. Properly thawed and reheated, your pie will taste fresh-baked!

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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