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If I was to make hand pies, can I freeze them?

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HeadlessGummyBears Tue 21-May-19 09:37:41

Just as that really, found some recipes for hand pies but would like to make extra and freeze them. Can I freeze them and if so, how long do you think I can get away with keeping it in the freezer for?


HeadlessGummyBears Tue 21-May-19 11:06:34


Cloudtree Tue 21-May-19 11:09:12

hand pies???

Cloudtree Tue 21-May-19 11:09:28

do you have a glut of hands?

AiryFairy1 Tue 21-May-19 11:14:34

grin I just looked them up... hopefully the pic is attached! They look delicious- can be sweet or savoury, a US or Canadian thing, I think.

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Tue 21-May-19 19:40:30

Yes to freezing. They should be fine for a couple of months, I think. What are you planning on putting in them?

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Tue 21-May-19 19:40:59

They're pasties.

WobbleTime Tue 21-May-19 19:43:01

What goes inside a hand pie? I’m hoping not hands

HeadlessGummyBears Wed 22-May-19 08:07:40

They’re like pasties but don’t always come in a semi-lunar shape. You can make square, rectangular or circular shaped hand pies.

HeadlessGummyBears Wed 22-May-19 08:18:57

@RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie I’ve done chicken and mushroom before but I’m thinking of trying out apple and raspberry and blueberry and goats cheese hand pies.

TinklyLittleLaugh Wed 22-May-19 12:14:41

Think you can make square or rectangular pasties. They are pasties. Or possibly turnovers if they contain fruit.

Wishiwascrafty Wed 22-May-19 12:16:34

Unhelpful but blueberry and goats cheese sounds amazing. Do you have a recipe?

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Thu 23-May-19 19:49:57

They're pasties - really they are.

Anyhow, I do them with frozen blueberries, a dollop of cream cheese and a bit of icing sugar. They are lovely. I haven't frozen them before, but I'm sure they'd be fine.

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