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Old 12-14-2008, 12:55 PM   #1
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Freezing casserole?

I am making the Williams Sonoma butternut squash casserole (which uses pre-purchased WS butternut squash puree as the base). If I make this now, would it be ok to freeze it? I have never frozen a casserole, and don't want to mess it up after the $ investment of the ingredients. Thanks!

recipe link for reference: Butternut Squash Casserole | Recipes for Casseroles | International Recipes


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I would make it and cook it except for the topping and freeze it. Add the topping when you reheat it. I think the topping would get soggy if frozen and defrosted. The rest of the casserole should be fine.

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