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Can I freeze a pizza once it's cooked?

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Holymoly321 Thu 11-Sep-08 08:45:37

Am thinking of making a homemade pizza for DS's - well the base is a packet mix from Sainsburys but I'll be mixing it with my own hands! Can I freeze extra portion once all the toppings etc are on it before or after I've cooked it?

shinyshoes Thu 11-Sep-08 08:54:56

Don't see why not, but i'd imagine it would be really dry when you take it out of the freezer, especially if you are inteding to re heat again.

Then again I could be wrong, hopefullly someone who has done this will be along soonsmile

robinredbreastbirdie Thu 11-Sep-08 11:08:47

how much is that packet mix?

AMumInScotland Thu 11-Sep-08 11:29:42

I think you'd be better to freeze it before cooking - otherwise it will get dry and overcooked when you reheat it. But no reason not to freeze it before it's cooked - that's how they make frozen pizza after all!

ChopsTheDuck Thu 11-Sep-08 11:40:39

I'd freeze it before cooking. Or cook it all off and they can have pizza in their pack lunches tomoroow.

Holymoly321 Thu 11-Sep-08 12:38:18

thanks all - it's about a £1 I think Robinredbreast - it's in the flour aisle...

lucysmam Thu 11-Sep-08 12:57:09

how many bases can you get out of one packet? smile If more than one I'll be popping in Sainsbury's to investigate at the weekend

Mutt Thu 11-Sep-08 12:58:37

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Holymoly321 Thu 11-Sep-08 14:35:09

You get two packs in a box - they really are rather good!

babyducky Thu 11-Sep-08 14:42:45

I buy the packet mix things in morissons, I'm sure they are about 70p(for 2 packets of mix)

I also freeze them before I cook them & they come out fine

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