Freezing Strawberries

I love to freeze the abundance of strawberries, either from my own strawberry patch or from the local farmers market.  That way I can enjoy strawberries in my smoothies, salad dressing and use them for making jam throughout the rest of the year.

I learned the hard way one year how not to freeze strawberries and ended up with a giant brick of strawberries that I had to chisel apart every time we wanted to use them. You can avoid that mistake by following these simple instructions.

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Freezing Strawberries

  • Author: Tammie Duggar


Start by lining a cookie sheet with either parchment paper or a silicone liner.

Wash and hull the strawberries.

Slice in half or leave whole, depending on what your preference is. (cut out any bruised sections).

Place on prepared cookie sheet, tops down.

Place cookie sheet in the freezer and allow strawberries to freeze for several hours.

Remove cookie sheet from freezer and put strawberries in large freezer storage bag.

Label with name and date just in case it gets lost in the back of your freezer.

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