Before freezing a pumpkin pie, make sure it is completely cool before wrapping it. This helps to avoid steam getting trapped in the wrapper which can ruin the texture and taste of the pie. More »

Pumpkin pies are fine to freeze, but they may have a slightly different texture once they have thawed. The taste should be the same as a fresh pumpkin pie. More »

Freeze homemade pumpkin pie by cooling it to room temperature or below, covering it with plastic wrap, covering it with aluminum foil and then placing it in the freezer. Store the pie for up to one month. More »

Freeze homemade pumpkin pie by cooling it to room temperature or below, covering it with plastic wrap, covering it with aluminum foil and then placing it in the freezer. Store the pie for up to one month. More »

Safely freeze baked fruit pies for up to four months or unbaked pies up to three months. Cream-based and custard pies do not freeze well. Freeze baked crusts for up to four months and unbaked crusts for up to two months. More »

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To freeze a pumpkin pie, first allow the pie to cool down completely after baking. Once it is cool, wrap it in plastic wrap and then a layer of tin foil. Make sure to place the pie on an even surface in the freezer. More »

Mince pies do freeze well. Baked pies should be thoroughly cooled before wrapping them for the freezer. A moisture- and vapor-proof wrap should be used. More »