Frozen pies are a great way to cut back on unnecessary kitchen waste. By only purchasing the ingredients you will use, you won’t end up with a whole pie’s worth of flour or sugar sitting in your pantry for months. Plus, frozen pies are often cheaper than making your own from scratch. Several brands of pies can be found in your grocer’s freezer, and each offers unique and delicious flavors. With both fruit pies and creme pies available, you can be sure to find one to fit your tastes.
These are perfect for a quick dessert when you need a sweet snack. All you need is five ingredients and ten minutes of prep time to make this dreamy confection. The cookie crust adds a crunch and the addition of Nutella gives it a delightfully rich, chocolaty flavor. This pie is also a good alternative for those who don’t have the time or baking equipment to make a full-sized chocolate pie.
Linn’s Cambria, California bakers follow Renee’s original homestyle recipes to create these frozen bakery pies. These family-size pies are a fraction of the price of ordinary supermarket pies. They are a great value, and you can always keep them on hand for unexpected guests or sudden dessert cravings.
To freeze, let the pie cool completely, then wrap tightly in plastic wrap and place in a freezer bag, pressing out all the air. Label and date, and be sure to leave plenty of space in the freezer for the pie (it will expand as it freezes). The night before you want to reheat or bake, place it in the refrigerator. When thawed, it can be baked on a sheet pan in the oven until the filling is bubbling and warm all over. If the crust gets too dark, cover with foil halfway through baking. فطائر مجمدة