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    Freezing Boterkoek?

    JanieTeachGal
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 1:39 pm
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    I have also posted this in the OAMC/Freezer Cooking Forum, but I'm hoping that someone here knows the answer....

    My Canadian husband is half-Dutch (on his mother's side). With our marriage, I received a set of cards from his mom with his favorite recipes. One of those was his Oma's boterkoek. There is no mention of freezing or the boterkoek lasting very long on the recipe card. I have searched (in vain) online for freezing do's and don't's for boterkoek. For the past seven Christmases, I have baked it in the final blurry rush in the week before Christmas (because I was afraid of it spoiling as it is very buttery and eggy). Has anyone any idea about freezing it once baked? I am sitting down with my Brookshire's recipe calendar and planning out holiday preparation today (the closest thing I'm making to a resolution) so that the holiday season which runs from Columbus Day/Canadian Thanksgiving to New Year's Day (and includes Canadian Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving of the USA, anniversary, two birthdays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, package opening day with our little family, package opening day with my parents, package opening day with my sister's family, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day which all call for separate--sometimes fairly elaborate--menus...as well as the Christmas holiday baking spree). Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. TIA! (Thanks in advance!)
    Thomas Luttikhold
    Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:28 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    A little late reaction (most probably), I hope your Boterkoek isn't wasted yet. icon_wink.gif

    Anyways it is possible to freeze boterkoek. It does affect the quality, but it's the same as freezing a pie. So yes! It is possible, but not very good for the structure and quality of the product hence the fact there will be some moist going into the product while defrosting.

    GL!
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