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Leftover cherry filling

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jyotigupta Sat 30-Dec-17 22:48:07

Today i made one black forest cake.I have half tin cherry filling unused.On the cherry tin,it is written to be finished within three days once opened.
Can i keep it for long time by freezing it in a air tight container??Or have to finish within three days only??
Please suggest...

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April45 Tue 16-Jan-18 02:18:22

Not sure.. would it go watery when defrosted??

1frenchfoodie Sat 20-Jan-18 13:42:01

Worth an experiment. I make Rachel Khoo chocolate cherry cookies with tinned cherries, freeze and bake from the freezer without any change in the cherry texture.

jyotigupta Sat 20-Jan-18 13:53:21

Hey that's many days did you keep in the freezer??

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Vitalogy Sat 20-Jan-18 14:00:26

Ooh, Black Forest is my favourite!
If you've got any natural yogurt, I'd just mix it in with that and eat it.

Bellamuerte Sat 20-Jan-18 14:01:31

I like it on top of porridge... it wouldn't last three days in my house!

viques Sat 20-Jan-18 14:02:34

I would freeze it as it is, or second thoughts in slightly smaller quantities so that you could use some as a topping for icecream. I would probably try to use it up within a month.

Cherry muffins? filling for a Victoria sponge? Steamed cherry sponge pudding? a banana loaf recipe replacing the banana with cherries ?

I might have to go and buy a cherry filling now.

Vitalogy Sat 20-Jan-18 14:15:14

Hmm, cherries in kirsch.

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