Useful tips

How long will Costco pumpkin pie keep?

How long will Costco pumpkin pie keep?

Look to the date on the package. If the pumpkin pie was sitting at room temperature in the store, it can continue to be stored on your counter until the sell-by date. In general, store-bought pies last about 2 to 4 days after their printed date in the refrigerator and about 6 to 9 months in the freezer.

Can you freeze a store bought pumpkin pie?

Good news: You can freeze pumpkin pies. Because of their rich custard fillings (read: high fat content), pumpkin pies, as well as other custard filling-based pies such as sweet potato, freeze beautifully.

How do you reheat a frozen Costco pumpkin pie?

Step C: If you want to heat up the pie or if it still is a little too cold to eat after thawing, use the microwave oven. Do not heat it all at once. Place the pie in the microwave for 15 seconds, then let it rest for two minutes. Repeat the process until the pie has reached the desired temperature.

Can you freeze Costco apple pie?

Apple pie will keep for an additional 2-3 days in the refrigerator, loosely covered with foil or plastic wrap. To freeze, wrap pie tightly with aluminum foil or plastic freezer wrap, or place in heavy-duty freezer bag.

What makes a Costco pumpkin pie refrigerated?

Made in house, the pie dough is shaped into fist-sized balls and then pressed by a special machine to form pie shells that are filled and baked. Costco pumpkin pies are preservative free, which is why the pies are always refrigerated. But did you know that you can actually freeze pie fairly easily?

When does pumpkin spice season start at Costco?

Pumpkin spice season is officially in full swing. And while many use the launch of Pumpkin Spice Lattes as the perfect way to celebrate the beginning of the season, when pumpkin pies hit the shelves in Costco, the fall game is officially on. Chances are, you know exactly the type of pies we’re talking about.

Do you get whipped cream with a pumpkin pie?

For many, the holiday season is not complete without a big slice of pumpkin pie topped with a generous dollop of whipped cream. Although there are so many great pumpkin pie recipes, some savvy shoppers prefer Costco’s version instead.

Where do they grow pumpkins for Costco pies?

According to The Costco Connection, the Dickinson Pumpkins used for Costco’s pies are grown in Illinois, where about 90 percent of the nation’s pumpkin crop is grown. Illinois’ growing conditions are just about perfect for pumpkins, providing nutrient rich soil and and warm temperatures]