Honeycomb can be frozen and it keeps stored in the freezer for ages! It’s the best way to ensure you have a year longs supply of honeycomb to eat whenever you fancy a tasty treat or to make something delicious and sweet. Storing it this way also helps to ensure you don’t end up with softened honeycomb.
It might be difficult to imagine ever having any honeycomb leftover but it does happen occasionally! You could even make up a large batch and pop portions into the freezer to have at ready for whenever you need a tasty treat.
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 honeycomb:
How To Freeze Honeycomb
Freezing honeycomb is fairly easy and it doesn’t take too much prep work. Let’s take a look at how.
- Make and Cool
Make your honeycomb and then let it cool completely.
Divide your honeycomb into portions. If in doubt then always freeze in smaller portions because you won’t be able to refreeze it when it has been thawed out.
- Bag Up
Pop the portions of honeycomb into freezer bags. Each bag should contain one portion.
Squeeze out any excess air and then seal the bags tightly. You need to keep the honeycomb as airtight as possible to protect it from getting freezer burnt or going soft in the freezer.
Label the bags with the date and contents. Pop the honeycomb into the freezer and freeze for up to twelve months.
How Long Can You Freeze Honeycomb?
Honeycomb keeps for ages in the freezer! This is lucky because it really doesn’t keep too long in the fridge. If you know you can’t use up all your honeycomb before it starts to soften then its best to freeze it in small portions. Keep it in there for up to a year, if it manages to last that long before it gets eaten!
You Can Freeze Honeycomb for Around 12 Months
How Do You Defrost Honeycomb?
When it comes to thawing out the honeycomb the process is just as easy to do as it was the freeze it in the first place. Just grab out a portion or two of honeycomb and pop it on to the kitchen counter for two to three hours until it has thawed out completely.
Can You Refreeze Honeycomb?
We wouldn’t recommend that you refreeze honeycomb that has been kept as a honeycomb. It is likely to have either become too brittle to cope with the process again or has softened and wouldn’t be pleasant to eat.
If you have added it to your baking then you may be able to get away with freezing the finished baked caked or cookies. This will depend on the ingredients you have added so check your recipe before trying to freeze it.
Does Honeycomb Freeze Well?
On the whole, honeycomb does freeze well. It keeps for so long that it can be easy to forget about it! One thing to be aware of is that it is important to keep it protected from the air. The air can change the texture of the honeycomb and make it soft which is still nice, but it isn’t quite as delicious as a crisp honeycomb.
Other Questions about Honeycomb
Below are a few of the other common questions we have come across when it comes to honeycomb – some related to freezing and some not. If you’re still sat there with a question or two about honeycomb then drop a comment at the bottom of this article and we’ll aim to help out as much as possible.
Can You Freeze Honey?
Most things will freeze but it’s a question of whether it will freeze well or whether it is safe to do so. Honey isn’t like other products though because it simply does not freeze. You cannot freeze honey. It’s as simple as that. It may thicken slightly in the freezer. It may even go slightly lumpy. But it won’t freeze solid, so don’t bother trying.
Can You Freeze Crunchies?
If, for some reason, you’ve got an abundance of crunchie bars you won’t get through then perhaps you can freeze them? Well, you can but there really is no point. Your chocolate bars are likely to have an extensive use-by date so check the packaging before you consider freezing them.