April 23, 2013

Kitchen Tip: How to Freeze Whole Strawberries

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How to Freeze Whole Strawberries

Get Ready For Strawberry Season~



Strawberry Season will be here soon~
Try this quick and easy kitchen tip for freezing whole strawberries.
You can also freeze blackberries, raspberries blueberries or
any berry in this same way.

Kitchen Tip:
How to Freeze Whole Strawberries~


  • Strawberries, washed, hulled and patted dry.
  • Place clean strawberries, flat side down, on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  • Place strawberries in the freezer. 
  • Freeze until firm. About 2 hours.
  • When strawberries are frozen, remove from freezer.
  • Place in a large ziplock freezer bag.
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21 comments:

  1. I'll have to remember to freeze them like that! I usually just throw them in a bag since I'm in a rush and they get stuck together. Lol.

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    1. I use to do that too:) Makes it hard to measure them out for a recipe! lol Lynn

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  2. This is so helpful! I love having fresh strawberries on hand. Now I can have them any season! :)

    toddlindsey.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping~Lynn~ Have a great week~

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  3. My daughter loves strawberries!! Hi! I’m your newest follower from Moms Monday Mingle. I'm following you via twitter @amomblogdesign. Please stop by and say hi when you have a chance. I'm also hosting a blog hop this Friday if you would like to join us :) Hope you're having an awesome week.

    April from:
    A Mommy's Blog Design http://amblogdesign.com

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    1. Hi April~ Thanks for stopping by and thank you for the follows:) Can't wait to stop by and visit you! Have a great week also~Lynn

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  4. Lynn, I have been wondering how to do this so that the strawberries don't stick to each other. You are so smart! Thanks :)

    Stop by my blog hop this week? Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop actually goes live Tuesday evenings at 7pm EDT. Hope to see you there!
    Blessings,
    Sinea
    Ducks ‘n a Row

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    1. HI~ Thanks for stopping by:) I'd love to stop by for Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop! See You there~Lynn

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  5. Ooh, I wish I saw this last week when our grocery store had strawberries on sale for less than a dollar! I am pinning this in hopes of another great sale.

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    1. Wow! That is cheap!! Next time, right:) Have a great week~Lynn

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  6. This is also how I freeze apple slices.

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    1. Really? I have never tried Apple Slices:) Do you sprinkle the apple slices with a little lemon juice? Lynn

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  7. Thanks for the tips! Strawberries are ALMOST in season here... hanks for visiting the Mom's Monday Mingle... I had a blast co-hosting cause I got to find great blogs like yours! Following you here and everywhere.

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    1. Hi~ Thanks so much for stopping by today and thanks for the follows:) On my way our to visit you~Lynn

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  8. Great post, Lynn! Thanks so much for joining us at last week's All my Bloggy Friends .... We look forward to seeing what you share this week!

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    1. Hi Jamie~ Thanks so much for stopping by! It's good to see you again:) Lynn

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  9. We went to a you-pick strawberry farm our first year here in Oregon - I picked four gallons worth of strawberries. I made a little jam and froze the rest - but I didn't freeze them like this... BIG mistake! I threw them in ziploc bags and they froze together... Last year we picked six gallons worth and did it this way - SOOOOO much better! =)

    Thanks for linking this GREAT tip at the Pinterest Power Party! It'll be featured in tomorrow's party - so stop by and grab a "featured" button! Hope you'll link up with us again! Have a great week!

    Danielle
    SewMuchCrafting.com

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    1. Hi Danielle~ I did the same thing the first time I picked strawberries!! Big Mistake is Right!! Thanks for the feature and I will gladly garb a button:) You have a great week too:) Lynn

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  10. This is exactly how I freeze bananas also, wothout skins and sliced into chucks. They make great frosty smoothies that way.

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    1. It's so nice and convenient to have fresh fruit in your freezer to make smoothies with!!

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