Whether it’s back bacon for a cooked breakfast or streaky bacon for American-style pancakes, many of us have a pack of bacon in our freezers. If you won’t use up your bacon before the use by date, you might be wondering whether it’s safe to freeze bacon ready to use up at a later date.
Apple cake is a popular way to use up apples and I always associate it with autumn when windfall apples are plentiful. Can you freeze apple cake? Find out in this post.
Tangy, sweet and delicious, lemon cake is a popular choice in our house! However, if you can resist eating all of it in one sitting (which doesn’t often happen here!) you might be wondering if you can freeze lemon cake to keep it fresh for another day.
Making homemade butter is a great way to use up leftover cream. However, homemade butter only lasts for a week or two in the fridge. Can you freeze homemade butter? This posts takes a look at everything you need to know.
After several trips to the U.S.A, we are totally sold on sausage gravy. We often make it for breakfast at the weekends (along with American style biscuits, which are basically scones) and I also really like it as a sauce for pasta. This post takes a look at whether you can freeze sausage gravy.
As honey is very sweet and often used as a natural preservative, you may not have ever wondered if you can freeze honey. However, if you do find yourself with an abundance of the sweet and sticky substance favoured by bears everywhere, you may want to give it a try to extend the shelf life.
Blinis are a classic staple of any cocktail party. If you love to get ahead with your party preparation, you may be wondering whether it’s safe to freeze blinis so you only need to reheat and top them with something yummy on the day.
Spreadable kinds of butter, such as Lurpark are common fridge items in most households. If you’ve bought too much or are going away on holiday, you might be wondering whether you can freeze spreadable butter to use again at a later date.
Can you freeze Apple Cobbler? Apple cobbler is a popular dessert and if you have some leftovers, you might be wondering whether it’s possible to freeze it, ready to be eaten at a later date.