Last Updated on November 29, 2021 by Guillermina
Let us talk about something that always happens with us, you’ve been busy all day creating the best cheesecake and find yourself in a situation trying to figure out what to do with leftover cheesecake batter.
Luckily, there are many great options for what to do with your leftover batter and nothing goes to waste so worry not!
From freezing the leftovers to making whole new desserts. There are many delicious ways to use up any extra cheesecake batter. So instead of throwing away the leftover of your batter, you can put it to good use and create many other delicious recipes.
Giving you the chance to make for your friends and family some tasty snacks in a fraction of the time while using the extra batter.
So, What Can Be Done When You Have Leftover Cheesecake Batter? Is It Possible To Freeze It So You Can Use It Later?
You can indeed freeze cheesecake batter, it is possible to freeze cheesecake batter and still get good results. Most people are worried about whether freezing the batter would ruin it or at least make it taste worse than usual.
Keep in mind that if you don’t do things the right way, then you might get less than average results and the batter consistency and taste will not be as expected.
You have to consider this since cheesecake batter often contains sour cream, you have to be extra careful when you freeze it. Because when not properly frozen, sour cream will change its texture.
However, with the right precautions, you can freeze the leftover cheesecake batter without the risk of texture changes. And once you need to use it, be sure the texture will be just as great as before freezing it.
How To Store The Batter Properly?
In order to store your leftovers properly, put the batter in an airtight container. Then place the container in the freezer until you are ready to use it.
You should know that sour cream can undergo some changes when it’s frozen. So you have to be very careful when freezing this kind of batter if you want to use it to make delicious cheesecakes later on.
Then, when you are ready to use your cheesecake, allow it to defrost in the fridge so the taste won’t change.
Further details, the first step involves placing all of the cheesecake batters into an airtight freezer-safe container. You sure have plastic or even glass containers that you use to store food that will work for this purpose. If you don’t, then it will be easy enough to get what you need from a department store or an online retailer.
The best way to protect the cheesecake batter during the freezing process is by ensuring that it’s in an airtight container so that it won’t be exposed to moisture. You are going to keep this container in the freezer until you’re ready to use the cheesecake batter.
It is preferable to write the date that you made the cheesecake batter on the container as well. And if you are one of many people who don’t like to write on containers because they want to be able to reuse them again, you can write the date on a sticker and place it on the container instead. Another way is writing the date with a marker and when cleaning the container, you can just rub it with alcohol and it will be back as good as new.
How Long Will The Cheesecake Batter Remain In A Good Condition In The Freezer?
The cheesecake batter would stay in a good condition for up to three months when stored properly.
However, some recommend using the cheesecake batter before two months. Most people will have no problem using cheesecake batter up within a few months.
When in need, the batter will need time to thaw and defrost before being able to work with it. Otherwise, the texture will be really moist and breakable, not the perfect texture to work with a batter.
How To Use It After Freezing It?
Once you decide to take the cheesecake batter out of the freezer, it’s going to take time to thaw before you are actually able to use it. Keep it clear that you can’t just bake it right away.
Put the cheesecake batter in the refrigerator and allow it to thaw properly there. You can check on the cheesecake batter every once in a while, to see how the thawing process is going.
Once the batter gets thawed completely, you’ll be able to use it to bake the cheesecake. It normally shouldn’t take too long, don’t expect to be able to use the frozen batter within the first few hours of taking it out of the freezer. It will have a lot of ice chunks and it won’t be in a really good condition to work with.
Now knowing that you can freeze cheesecake batter if you ever accidentally make too much quantity, it is nice to know that whenever you consider doing something nice and sweet again after a while, you will have pre-prepared batter because with our tips nothing will go to waste!
Also, whenever you have some free time, you can make the batter ahead and use it when needed. Or when you are running out of time, or even when you feel like craving a dessert.
It’s also totally okay and possible to just refrigerate the cheesecake batter for a couple of days. This step makes more sense when you think you’ll want to use the batter within one or two days of making it. Keep in mind that no matter what, you’re going to have to store the batter properly to get good results.
Be sure to keep the batter in an airtight container, and write the date down somewhere so that you won’t forget when you made it, and get the best of its taste and texture.
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