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    • lorraine vanhoffen

      frozen pie fillings place each pie filling in it's own freezer bag. I then place the freezer bag in a pie pan and place it in the freezer to freeze in that shape. when frozen, take out When I want to make a pie, all I have to do is unwrap a filling, plunk it into the crust, and bake. (You can bake the filling frozen or thawed). If baking frozen, it will just take a while longer and you'll need to cover the crust with foil once it's browned, so it doesn't burn as the pie continues to bake.

    • Mary Meyer

      From The Farm Chicks blog: http://thefarmchicks.typepad.com/farmchicks/2008/11/peach-pie.html After picking fruit, come home and make pie filling. Mix up each batch and place each pie filling in its own freezer bag. Then place each freezer bag in a pie pan and place it in the freezer to freeze in that shape. Once the filling is frozen, take it out of the pan and store the fillings in stacks in the freezer. When you want to make a pie, unwrap a filling, plunk it into a crust, and bake!

    • Dee Taylor (Ollie)

      Freezing Peach Pie Filling the easy way

    • Penney Grylls

      From the farm chicks... mix up each batch and place each pie filling in it's own freezer bag. I then place the freezer bag in a pie pan and place it in the freezer to freeze in that shape. Once the filling is frozen, I take it out of the pan and store the fillings in stacks in the freezer. When I want to make a pie, all I have to do is unwrap a filling, plunk it into the crust, and bake.Also a peach pie recipe here.

    • Lisa McDonald

      Freeze Pie Filling ... from the farm chicks... mix up each batch and place each pie filling in it's own freezer bag. place the freezer bag in a pie pan and place it in the freezer to freeze in that shape. Once the filling is frozen, take it out of the pan and store the fillings in stacks in the freezer. When you want to make a pie, all you have to do is unwrap a filling, plunk it into the crust, and bake

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