As long as your freezer maintains a steady temperature of 0°F, AQF's gluten free mixes can be safely frozen indefinitely. Quality, however, will eventually deteriorate. The “Storage Time” below estimates how long frozen foods will retain quality.
|Baked Good||Special Tips||Storage Time||Thawing Hints|
|Mix and bake according to package directions. Cool completely. Wrap unfrosted cake in airtight, moisture-proof wrap. Place in cake containers or bakery boxes to prevent crushing.||2 months||Thaw at room|
covered, 2 to 3 hours. Frost and serve.
|Mix and bake according to package directions.|
Cool completely. Wrap brownies in airtight,
|2 to 3 months||Thaw at room|
covered, 1 to 2
hours. For a cleaner cut, cut brownies after 20 minutes
(while still frozen),
then allow to
Oatmeal or Sugar
|Mix according to package directions. Line a|
baking sheet with parchment paper. Using a #40 scoop, scoop the cookie dough onto the baking sheet. Freeze loosely covered at least 6 hours or overnight, then place dough balls in a plastic freezer bag or other container.
|2 months||Thaw at room|
temperature 15 to
20 minutes and bake according to
|Blueberry or Cinnamon|
|Mix and bake according to package directions. Cool completely. Place the muffins in a large freezer bag, removing air completely.||2 to 3 months||Thaw at room|
minutes to 1 hour;
OR reheat by placing frozen muffins back
in the muffin tin.
Reheat in a conventional oven
preheated to 350°F
for 10 to 15