Think You Don’t Have Time To Bake? Think Again.
Does this sound like you? It’s the morning of another big holiday and you woke up early to get a jump start on all your baking. You spend all day on your feet, covered in flour, ignoring your guests to get it done. By the end of the day you’re exhausted and you spent the whole day in the kitchen not enjoying yourself.
So what’s the solution? Buy another boxed mix from grocery store? Cave and call your local bakery? But you love the feeling of presenting your family and friends with the dessert you’ve made.
So what are you to do?
Well I have the answer for you. A way to get all of your baking done ahead of time. You can still present your loved ones with a dessert that you made from scratch and not spend the entire day in the kitchen.
The secret is your freezer!
And that’s why I wanted to share with you my Ultimate Guide To Freezer Baking. Whether it’s making pies for Thanksgiving, cookies for a holiday cookie swap at work, or making cupcakes for your child’s upcoming bake sale. It can all be done with the help of your freezer. Your baked goods and dessert will come out fresh and delicious and no one will be the wiser that you got it all done weeks, even months in advance.
Imagine being able to pull out a loaf of homemade bread to go with that soup for dinner during a busy weeknight.
Imagine sleeping in on holiday mornings and still being able to present your family with a plate of freshly baked cinnamon rolls.
Imagine saving money by making your desserts while fruit is in season and cheapest.
It really can be done.
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I know it’s all possible for you because I’ve been there. When it comes to baking from scratch for holidays, birthdays, and other special events it can get a bit overwhelming. I used to be the girl that would attempt to bake all her pies on Thanksgiving day. Pie crust and all. I would wake up at 5 am to get a jump start. And spend all day in the kitchen. By the end of the day I was covered in flour, my feet hurt, and I was so exhausted I didn’t even enjoy the meal.
A few years later, I found myself working in a bakery. The head baker to keep on top of all the sales, would make the desserts ahead of time and FREEZE them! I remember thinking, “What?! A bakery uses the freezer?!” I thought if a baked good wasn’t made that day it wasn’t as fresh or from scratch. But I was so wrong.
Learning how to freeze all my baked goods has been a game-changer for me. And I want the same for you.
Reader Danielle Said:
“This guide came just in time! As a soon to be new mom I found it super helpful. This is something more people need to take advantage of. I love knowing that I can make my sugar cookies now and freeze for later for Christmas!”
So get your time back this holiday season. Stock up while produce is cheap and make those fruit pies now. Never wake up again at 5 am to put something in the oven. Give up those hectic mornings when you try to get it all done. Be proud of what you have made for your family, knowing it’s all from scratch, and not getting stuck in the kitchen the day of doing so. It will be the best $5 you have spent leading up to the holidays.