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How To Store Gluten-Free Muffins When You Buy In Bulk

A surplus supply of tasty gluten-free muffins can be quite handy when you are trying to juggle a busy work, social and family life. With some muffins in reserve, you always have something tasty to munch on when you feel a little bit peckish. Muffins are also a good go-to supply for lunch boxes, fridge snacks, and travel.

The fact that there are so many tasty muffin flavours to try is another huge bonus. With a wide range of flavours to pick and choose from, you won’t get fed up with the sweet taste of these baked goodies.

If you love muffins – or enjoy the convenience that comes with stocking up on muffins – then it is usually best to buy in bulk.

In this guide, we will show you how to store your bulk purchases so your muffins can stay fresh and tasty for longer.

Storing Gluten-Free Muffins at Room Temperature

You can keep gluten-free muffins at room temperature for up to three days. It is best to store your baked goods in an airtight container and don’t place it where the container will get direct sunlight or temperatures over 20 – 25 degrees C.

After three days, the muffins can become a little bit brittle or you might notice some fungal growth develop on the foods. If this happens, it is best to discard the muffins.

Storing Gluten-Free Muffins in the Fridge

Gluten-free muffins can be stored in your fridge for up to a week. The best way to keep them fresh is by placing them in an airtight container. The colder temperatures of the fridge will keep fungal growth from developing on the muffins and will preserve the ingredients. The airtight container will prevent contamination so your tasty muffins will taste great even after spending a week in your fridge.

Storing Gluten-Free Muffins in the Freezer

If you are buying muffins in bulk then it is best to place a bunch in the freezer. With the right storage technique, you can keep these tasty muffins preserved for two months. Some even believe that frozen muffins can last even longer without going bad.

To store muffins in a freezer, you will first need to flash freeze the muffins by placing them on a sheet inside your freezer. Allow them to sit for two hours so their shape can set.

Once frozen, you can place the muffins inside air-tight containers and place them back in the freezer. Some like to use ziplock bags while others prefer plastic storage containers.

If you don’t want to flash freeze muffins before storing them then you should wrap each muffin in some tin foil or baking paper before placing them inside an airtight container.

Frozen muffins can be slowly thawed at room temperature or you can place the muffin in a microwave for 20 second intervals until the muffin is thawed and at a temperature you like.

How to Tell if Gluten-Free Muffins are Spoiled

If you are buying in bulk and storing muffins for a long time then it is best to learn to watch for the signs of spoilage. Muffins that are spoiled will usually have green, blue, or black fungal or mold spots on them. They can also smell strange or you might notice some fuzzy spots growing on the muffin.

Get The Freshest Gluten Free Muffins

Gluten Free 4 U is the finest bakery to shop from if you want to replenish your muffin reserves. All of our baked treats are 100% gluten free and we have a wide range of delicious muffin flavours to try. Our bakery can easily deliver any bulk order to your Ipswitch address and each batch you order will be freshly prepared and ready for you to dine on.

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