I think it should still be good for cooking with. It'll be melted down which will help bring it back to its original consistency anyways.
1/10/12 10:37 A
After it thaws, throw it in a bowl and mix it with a hand mixer to smooth out the texture since it will a bit grainy. It won't be useable for slathering on a bagel, but it should be okay for soups and other types of meals. Go ahead use it!
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58 1/10/12 4:49 A
So, I put Cream Cheese into the freezer. I was wondering if it is still good for cooking?
I bought it at the store for 0.40 a brick!! It was because it expired that day. I used two of them and then put the rest in the freezer. After doing that my grandmother told me they wouldn't work for spreading anymore, as they will separate when they thaw now. But are they still good for cooking?
I want to make a slower cooker meal tomorrow and it calls for a brick of cream cheese... so I was wondering if it would be okay or not?
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