Frozen pizza dough is generally pre-cooked, which means it is recommended and completely safe to put it directly on the oven rack for baking. The dough won’t fall through the metal bars, and the cheese typically doesn’t drip or slide off the sides of your frozen pizza!
You can and should deep fry your french fries while they are still frozen. This will reduce cooking time and enhance your fries’ quality, as deep frying them will make them deliciously crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
While they typically will be somewhat less tasty and crispy, you can certainly still eat McDonald’s fries the next day. They can be kept in the fridge for 1 to 2 days and then reheated in a microwave or an air fryer.
Custard powder is shelf-stable, and if stored properly, even opened custard powder can last six months or longer. Unopened custard powder can last several years, even if this exceeds the product’s ‘best by’ date.
Thanks to the merging and mellowing of its flavors, a cooled-down pizza can actually be quite tasty, and many people enjoy it as a snack late at night or the day after. Just make sure to refrigerate your leftover pizza to prevent food poisoning.
While eating frozen meatballs occasionally is fine, it is best to eat them relatively sparingly. Depending on the brand, frozen meatballs can contain high amounts of sodium, saturated fats, and cholesterol, which are all bad for health.