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Storage & Freezing Instructions

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To preserve up to 24 hours after delivery:

Place muffins on a cooling rack and cover with a clean, dry dishtowel.

 

To preserve for 24-72 hours after delivery:

Place muffins in a glass or plastic container lined with paper towels. Place and additional layer of paper towels on top of the muffins before sealing the lid.

 

For longer-term storage:

To make your muffin hoard last, we recommend freezing them. Place muffins in a plastic freezer bag or wrap them very securely in foil or plastic wrap — they’ll last up to three months in the freezer.

 

Thawing frozen muffins:

If you’ve got the time, you can thaw your muffin(s) on the counter the night before you plan to consume – just make sure to take them out of the plastic bag or leave it unzipped so condensation doesn’t become trapped inside. (You can also thaw them overnight in the fridge, but you may lose some moisture using this method.)

 

Heating & quick thawing:

Toaster oven: Put your foil-wrapped muffin(s) in the toaster oven for 3-5 minutes. Or, leave off the foil for a crunchy exterior! This works best with pre-thawed muffins.

Conventional oven: For frozen muffins, wrap in foil and heat in a 350° oven for 5-10 minutes or until muffins are heated throughout. For pre-thawed muffins, heat for 3-5 minutes.

Microwave: Microwave thawed or frozen in 20-second intervals until heated throughout, preferably using a reduced power setting.

 

A note on storage:

Sticky muffin syndrome. We’ve all experienced it – you put your delicious baked goods in tupperware for safekeeping, only to find that they become mushy and unappealing the next day. Why?!

As baked goods begin to stale, the moisture inside will migrate to the surface. (The only way to prevent this is to cram the muffins with preservatives. We’ll never do this! This defeats the purpose of baking often and from scratch.) If the moisture has no place to evaporate or absorb, it will remain on the outer crust, causing stickiness and sogginess (and dissolving any coarse sugar left on top). So we DO NOT recommend using sealed tupperware for storing your fresh muffins!