Can You Freeze Domino’s Pizza?
Do you find yourself with too much pizza from your Domino’s delivery?
If so, you might be wondering what you can do with those leftovers.
Can you freeze Domino’s pizza? Yes, you can!
And it holds up pretty well in the freezer.
Keep reading and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about freezing leftover Domino’s Pizza.
How To Freeze Dominos Pizza
Before you put those leftover slices in the freezer, there is something you should know.
When you reheat that frozen Domino’s Pizza, it won’t taste quite as good as it did when it was freshly delivered to your home.
That being said, it will still taste good – just not as good.
For the best results here, you need to freeze your Domino’s Pizza the right way.
And to do that, you need two things –
- plastic wrap
- air tight container
You do need to freeze the pizza flat and you can either cut it up into slices and freeze it that way, or you can freeze the whole pie.
Personally, I think it is easier to freeze it in cut up slices because it will take up less space this way and because that way you only have to take out what you need from the freezer.
This is a great benefit if you are single or just two people in the household.
Here’s the steps for properly freezing leftover Domino’s Pizza:
1. Let it cool
Since you have to wrap the pizza, it needs to be cool instead of warm.
2. Slice it up
You don’t have to slice it up, but I definitely recommend it.
3. Wrap it in plastic wrap
Whether you are freezing it as a whole pizza or individual slices, you need to wrap it in plastic wrap.
The plastic wrap should be tightly wrapped and you’ll want to do two to three layers of it for the best results.
4. Put it in an air tight container
I like to use the large freezer bags for this, but you can use any air tight container that is freezer-safe.
Just make sure that you get the container properly sealed.
5. Put it in the freezer
Place the air tight container in your freezer.
Make sure that the pizza is lying flat though because you don’t want it to freeze in a weird shape.
Can You Refreeze Domino’s Pizza?
While you can refreeze your leftover Domino’s pizza, you should not do it.
It does not refreeze well and when you thaw it, it will taste horrible.
So, once you thaw out your frozen Domino’s pizza slices, you need to eat them or toss them because they do not hold up well for refreezing and re-thawing.
How Long Can You Freeze Dominos Pizza?
For the best results, you can only freeze leftover Domino’s pizza for up to three months.
Anything longer than that and it ends up too freezer burnt to be worth eating.
How Do You Cook Frozen Dominos Pizza?
The most important thing here is that you need to give it time to thaw out.
Never cook frozen Domino’s pizza without letting it defrost.
The best way to thaw your frozen Domino’s pizza is in your refrigerator – just take it out of the plastic wrap and put it in some Tupperware to defrost.
This take 12 to 24 hours though.
Another option is to put it on a plate and defrost it in the microwave.
But with this method you have to be careful that you don’t end up cooking it in there because that will leave you with a soggy mess.
Does Dominos Pizza Freeze Well?
Yes, Domino’s pizza does freeze well and you can leave it frozen for up to three months.
However, it will not taste quite as good as when you eat it fresh from your local Domino’s location.
Can You Freeze Dominos Pizza Wedges?
Yes, you can freeze any leftover Dominos Pizza wedges.
Follow the same directions as above and wrap the wedges in plastic wrap before putting them in an air tight container in your freezer.
Can You Freeze Dominos Garlic Bread?
Yes, you can freeze any leftover Dominos garlic bread because it is made out of the same dough as the pizza.
Follow the same directions as above and wrap the garlic bread in plastic wrap before putting them in an air tight container in your freezer.