LESSON:
Freezing Fresh Pie Filling

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Freezing Fresh Pie Filling

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  • Grace L: Thanks for the lesson. I love baking pies for special occasions. This will make it much easier.
  • Irene G: What a great way to use fresh apples when in season and more economical:). Can you do this with other fresh fruit?
  • Sylvia S: Good idea for freezing pie filling.
  • ma d: You might mention that you put apples in pie crust while still frozen.... Or do you thaw first? Nice way of preparing fruit. Very clear, sounded like a pro.
  • sandra s: instructions are good but playbac keeps stopping and restarting
  • Candace K: Thank you so much for this lesson. Will this technique work on other pie fillings as well? I am thinking of peach, strawberry etc. Thank you, Candace
  • Meer d: Good tip
  • Penny F: Excellent way to save fruit pie filling for another time. Many thanks.
  • Nat M: Thanks.
  • Alice W: No water or butter like I usually make apie?
  • Arlene L: What a great time saving tip!
  • Jackie B: Loved it!!
  • Carolyn D: Quite amazing- I have been cooking and freezing for decades but never knew uncooked apple could be frozen like that, Thank you! I hope you have more videos you have a very nice manner and way of explaining things.
  • Sakineh T: thank you.it was uesful.
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  • Carlajo W: Great lesson! Thanks
  • Mela V: Nice! This makes easier and faster to bake your pie when you need it. Thank you!
  • Angie L: Thank you for sharing this recipe!
  • Janet W: This looks like a great idea for Holiday Season pies; make them ahead of time so that when they are needed, all you have to do is bake them!
  • TOBY C: wonderful tip for great cooks. never new you could freeze apples for a pie without applying some preservative to them. really, really enjoy video.
  • Aleta M: Do these instructions work with any kind of fruit?