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    JLiebCamm Guest

    Default Best way to freeze stuffed shells?

    OK, I admit that I'm not a culinary genius, but I'm trying to learn! I'm making stuffed shells for Easter Dinner tomorrow and decided to double the recipe and freeze some. But I don't know what the best approach would be. Should I bake them and freeze them so that they can just be reheated, or should I just cook and stuff the shells and freeze them, baking them after they thaw? TIA!

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    jbowman is offline Emerald level (3000+ posts)
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    Default RE: Best way to freeze stuffed shells?

    Jessica,

    I would cook and stuff the shells and then freeze them (before baking the dish). This is what I always do and it works well!

    HTH! Stuffed shells sound yummy!

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    Default RE: Best way to freeze stuffed shells?

    Yes- I freeze them before I bake them, but I don't freeze them in the baking dish. I put them on parchment (wax paper will do) on a cookie sheet to freeze, then transfer them to a freezer bag for storage. That way I can use them individually as needed.
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    JLiebCamm Guest

    Default RE: Best way to freeze stuffed shells?

    Thanks! It will be nice to have a few fast meals in the freezer.

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