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I've made a banana loaf and fruit loaf, how easy is it to freeze them

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Saltire Wed 05-Oct-11 14:42:47

Well I don't mean easy, as it's just a case of putting things in the freezer to freeze them. What I mean is do they freeze well,a dn how would I wrap them? greasproof paper and freezer bags, or foil?

Littlefish Wed 05-Oct-11 14:43:52

I just wrap mine in foil, label them and chuck them in!

I tend to freeze mine in small batches/pieces so I can just get a bit out at a time.

Grumpla Wed 05-Oct-11 14:49:11

YY freeze in slices. Clingfilm, freezer bag, tupperware, whatever should be fine.

Saltire Wed 05-Oct-11 14:54:57

Great thank you. I've never really frozen cakes before, tend to just freeze meat and bread and veg etc.

If I was freezeing a victoria sponge, would I freeze it un-iced?

Grumpla Wed 05-Oct-11 15:02:00

Hmmm. I tend to freeze cakes that are a bit more dense tbh - fruit cakes, loaves, date & nut etc. I'm not sure a sponge would do so well - might lose that moist fluffiness?

I would certainly freeze it un-iced - I think you can freeze icing separately though? Not sure though - maybe someone else can help with that?

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