How To Freeze Peaches

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Although most people prefer canning their fresh produce in order to preserve it, I personally feel like sometimes going the freezing route is way better. That is why I have already shared how to go about freezing fresh strawberries and freezing cabbage heads. I guess today, we can now look at how to freeze peaches.

Why would you want to freeze peaches? Well the obvious reason is to be able to preserve your fresh fruit so you can enjoy it many months later. An added advantage, is that the method I am going to share with today does not require any sugar to be added.

How To Freeze Peaches
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • fresh peaches
  • lemon juice
  • cookie sheet
  • water
  • bowl
  • knife
  • ziploc bags
  • marker

Blanche, then remove the skins and pits from your peaches. Cut them into halves and dump them into the bowl. Give them a quick rinse. Add the lemon juice and water in the bowl and leave to soak, for just a few minutes the drain the solution.

Arrange all your peach halves on the cookie sheet, leave to freeze for 12 to 24 hours. After which you can transfer the already frozen peaches to a ziploc bag. Mark each bag with the date, so that you will always know which batch to use first.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Busy Creating Memories blog, here…

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