How to Freeze Cornbread

How to freeze Cornbread

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Can you freeze cornbread, and will it remain just as good as when you made it? This article will answer these questions and more, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for our tips and tricks.


  • Plastic wrap or Aluminum foil
  • Resealable freezer bag or Airtight food container
  • Cornbread


  1. To help it retain its light and fluffy texture, as well as its crumbly interior, wrapping or sealing the cornbread is the way to go once it has cooled completely.
  2. There are various ways to wrap and seal cornbread. One way you can seal and wrap your cornbread prior to freezing is using plastic wrap. Alternatively, you can try using aluminum foil. Whichever way you choose, make sure the cornbread is tightly wrapped inside.
  3. Many take the extra measure to wrap the cornbread in plastic wrap and in aluminum foil afterward and then seal it with freezer tape. Doing so helps keep the bread intact, as well as prevents clumps from forming.
  4. After sealing it in either plastic wrap, aluminum foil, or both, you can place it into a resealable freezer bag and push all the air out prior to sealing. You can also opt to keep it in an airtight food container, a bread box, or a cake carrier.


  • Consider portioning your cornbread before freezing, this will make defrosting easy for single meals.
  • Cornbread last 3-4 months in the freezer.

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