Can you freeze baked beans?

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  1. Disneyaholic

    Disneyaholic DIS Veteran

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    We had a graduation party for our daughter over the weekend and had a local BBQ place cater it for us. (YUM!) Well, we have TONS of food left over! I have already frozen the leftover chicken and pork, and I know there's nothing I can do with the extra cole slaw (except give it to neighbors, which we have been doing), but I would love to know if I can freeze the baked beans! They are sooooo yummy, but we can only eat so much before I have to either freeze them or give them away...

    Thanks for your help!
     
  2. beansmom

    beansmom <font color=blue>Your dream eludes you? Don't you

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    so, like if you freeze them and they're not good, what have you lost if you'd have to give them away anyway? I would freeze them...they freeze refried beans.
     
  3. Disneyaholic

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    LOL, you're absolutely right, except that I have to clear room in the freezer if I keep them, and I don't want to bother with that if they won't keep.

    Thanks for the advice.
     
  4. yummy72

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    I freeze them all of the time. I've never really had much of a problem!

    Good Luck,
    Candi
     

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