Use the table of contents below to navigate through this article to answer some of the most common questions people have when it comes to freezing frangipane tart:
How To Freeze Frangipane Tart
The thing to watch out for when freezing frangipane tart is to ensure that the air can’t get to the tart. Not being well wrapped and protected is the thing that will most likely cause the taste of your frangipane tart to deteriorate. Let’s take a look at how you can freeze frangipane tart successfully.
- Bake and Cool
Bake and then cool the frangipane tart. It is important that it is completely cool before freezing.
- Remove from Tin
Once the tart has cooled you can carefully try and take it out of the tin. If you prefer then you can freeze the frangipane tart in the tin as long as the tin you baked it in is freezer safe.
Wrap the tart in two to three layers of cling film. The idea is to ensure that the package is completely airtight and no air can get to it while it is in the freezer. Add a layer of tin foil to further protect it and then pop it into a freezer bag.
Label the bag with the date and add the name of the contents too so you don’t forget what it is in the bag!
Put the frangipane tart in the freezer and freeze.
Can You Freeze Ground Almonds?
Have you opened your bag of ground almonds only to find you can’t possibly use it all up before the almonds go bad? Well, there is some good news if you have! You can pop the bag in the fridge to extend it’s shelf life a little but if you really want to be sure that you don’t waste any then you can freeze them.
- Portion Out
Pop the ground almonds into a freezer bag or freezer-safe container with a lid.
If you have used a freezer bag then squeeze out as much air as you can to keep the ground almonds protected. Seal the bag tightly or pop the lid onto the container.
Put the ground almonds into the freezer.
How Long Can You Freeze Frangipane Tart?
When you do freeze frangipane tart you do need to keep an eye on the date because you should use it within two months. This isn’t a super long time but you should have plenty of time to use up those leftovers or make a frangipane tart ahead of time for a special occasion.
You Can Freeze Frangipane Tart for Around 2 Months
How Do You Defrost Frangipane Tart?
To defrost the frangipane tart when you come to use it, all you need to do is to take it out of the freezer and pop it into the fridge to thaw out for several hours.
The best way to do this is to take it out of the freezer the night before you want to use it and by the next day, it should be ready to reheat and eat. To reheat you can put it into the oven for around 15 minutes or until it is hot throughout.
Can You Refreeze Frangipane Tart?
No, you shouldn’t refreeze frangipane tart once you have thawed it out and reheated it. Frangipane can be quite a delicate texture and you risk ruining this by heating and cooling too many times.
Does Frangipane Tart Freeze Well?
You can freeze frangipane tart successfully however it won’t ever be quite as good frozen as it would have been fresh.
This is because of the changes that take place during freezing and heating processes. This doesn’t mean your frangipane tart won’t be delicious, it will just be a little different in texture. By the time it has been heated up again most people won’t even notice!
Other Questions about Frangipane Tart
Below are a few of the other common questions we have come across when it comes to frangipane tart – some related to freezing and some not. If you’re still sat there with a question or two about frangipane tart then drop a comment at the bottom of this article and we’ll aim to help out as much as possible.
Can You Freeze Frangipane Mince Pies?
You can freeze frangipane mince pies using the same method you would use to freeze mince pies in general. We would recommend flash freezing on a baking tray for a few hours before placing the frozen mince pies into a freezer bag to store for the longer term.
Can You Freeze Bakewell Tart?
Traditionally, a Bakewell tart is a frangipane tart covered in icing with cherries. For that reason, it’s same to safe you can freeze it in much the same way. Where possible, however, we would strongly recommend not freezing it iced. Instead, add the icing once it has thawed out.