How To Freeze Fresh Strawberries

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Oh, my fresh juicy delicious strawberries. Unfortunately, as much as I really want to eat you all up right now my belly just will not allow me. So I have decided, to freeze you, just like I did to the raspberries last week. This way I can store you in my freezer and enjoy you in a few months from now.

If you do not know what you are doing, the seemingly simple task of freezing strawberries can go completely wrong. There are simple steps that need to be followed, and only when you do will you be able to enjoy the strawberries you freeze. Typically if you do it the wrong way, the berries usually clump together and are extremely difficult to separate into portions.

How To Freeze Fresh Strawberries
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • fresh strawberries
  • ziploc bags
  • cookie sheet
  • aluminum foil
  • cutting board
  • colander
  • knife
  • marker

The best berries to freeze are the fresh ones, preferably straight from your garden. Try to process your strawberries on the same day that you pick them. Make sure they are washed and remove the tops as well as any visible blemishes. Allow them to dry in a colander before you pre-freeze them on a cookie sheet.

Line your cookie sheet with aluminum foil, before you place your strawberries. They should all be separate and not on top of each other. This is how you prevent them from clumping together when you place them in the bags. After a few hours, pack the frozen strawberries in ziploc bags and then store them in your freezer. Do not forget to label them, so that you always know when you froze them.

You can follow step by step instructions on Simple Living Country Gal blog, here…

How To Freeze Strawberries Like A PRO

You can watch the video below on freezing strawberries…


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