Melissa Clark at NYT Cooking has a lovely recipe for an apple bourbon bundt cake which calls for a bourbon syrup to be poured over the baked cake. Would this be freezable?
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You might want to try the technique ChefJune describes in this thread: https://food52.com/hotline...
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As christmas puddings & fruit cakes, which both traditionally have spirits in them, can be frozen, I'm guessing your bourbon-soaked cake will also be freezable.
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Since alcohol minimizes ice crystal formation, the addition will actually help the cake through the freezing process. Cakes freeze so beautifully anyway, so go for it!
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