How To Freeze Blueberries In 4 Easy Steps
Perhaps you gave it a thought on how cool it would be to have your frozen blueberries right in your kitchen freezer?
Well, why not indeed? Next time you go to the supermarket, buy some fresh blueberries and follow these four easy steps on Freezing blueberries.
You will thank yourself later for doing it.
How to freeze blueberries
- Be sure to use raw blueberries wholly dried when you place them inside the freezer. Need not worry about washing the berries before you refrigerate them; put them, in plastic containers, in a re-sealable plastic pouch and stock them on the freezer shelf.
- If you like more to wash the blueberries before freezing them, use paper towels to dry them well, then move them to freezer plastic containers or resealable plastic packs for freezing. They will freeze individually, so you can easily remove just the portion required at the time.
- If you skipped washing your blueberries before freezing them, you could rinse them just before use.
- To achieve the best results, chuck your home-frozen blueberries into oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies, shakes, or sauces best within ten months.