2 Week Freezer Test

Several years ago, I was on an email freezer cooking list. I learned a lot about freezing foods on that list.

One of the things that I learned about was the 2 week freezer test.

If you’re not sure if something that you made can be frozen, you test it.

Just wrap it accordingly, and place in the freezer for two weeks.

After 2 weeks, take it out and let it thaw. Then cook/re-heat as needed.

If you are happy with the quality and texture, then your item can be successfully frozen for a longer time period.

I have used this test several times. I have often been satisfied with the results, but sometimes you find out that a certain item can’t be frozen with good results. Like whole baked potatoes.

For more Kitchen Tip Tuesday ideas, visit Tammy’s Kitchen.

Don’t forget to enter this weeks Giveaway to win a copy of Here Burns My Candle by Liz Curtis Higgs!
Be Sociable, Share!

Speak Your Mind


CommentLuv badge


  1. I'd never thought of doing a freezer test like this. Sounds good to me.

    BTW, I love the title of your blog. My mother-in-law would too. (Her name being Linda and all . . .) 😉

  2. I have tried this but need to remember to do it more often! I plan to try it with rice today.
    BTW, whole baked potatoes may not freeze well, but twice-baked potatoes freeze just fine!