Advanced search

Can I use out of date frozen pastry?

(9 Posts)
Lunchgate Wed 29-May-19 13:46:44

Thanks. I’m blind baking it at the moment... I’m not ever going to impress anyone with my cooking(!) but I definitely don’t want to poison anyone. So far so good - it just smells like regular pastry cooking....

OP’s posts: |
DecumusScotti Wed 29-May-19 13:42:10

I definitely would use it, but the quality might have affected a bit, so depending on how much I wanted to impress I think I’d consider picking up a fresh packet and saving that one for a less fancy meal. No bloody way would I chuck it.

bloodywhitecat Wed 29-May-19 13:40:00

It doesn't go off if it has remained frozen but the quality slowly starts to deteriorate, it will be absolutely fine to eat.

Lunchgate Wed 29-May-19 13:36:54

Thanks so much for your replies. I will give it a go as I bought it ready frozen. Fingers crossed! smile

OP’s posts: |
Dollywilde Wed 29-May-19 13:35:55

I’m on the slack end of mumsnet but I generally don’t give a damn about the date on it if it’s been frozen, that’s why I freeze stuff! If I defrosted meat or fish and it looked or smelt a bit funny I’d probably ditch it but otherwise crack on....

CrispbuttyNo1 Wed 29-May-19 13:34:46

It will be fine

Janek Wed 29-May-19 13:33:40

I would use it as long as it was in date when it was frozen.

Lunchgate Wed 29-May-19 13:32:52

Anyone?! Heeeelllppp!! I’ve got people over soon so don’t know whether to go for another option!

OP’s posts: |
Lunchgate Wed 29-May-19 13:00:30

I’ve just realised my shortcrust frozen pastry expired in Nov 2017! blush it’s unopened in the freezer - should I just chuck it out?! Or will it be ok for a quiche? Thanks!

OP’s posts: |

Join the discussion

To comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account.

Join Mumsnet

Already have a Mumsnet account? Log in