Freeze Fruit On A Baking Pan First To Keep It From Sticking Together

Freeze Fruit on a Baking Pan First to Keep It From Sticking Together

Freezing fruit is a great way to keep it fresh if you're heading away for a few days or have an excessive stockpile from your own garden. However, if you simply toss it all in a freezer bag though, pieces of fruit will stick together in an annoying clump. Here's an easy way to avoid the frozen mass.

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Emma Christensen at The Kitchn explains that you should freeze your fruit first on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Once everything has frozen completely solid, you can transfer it to a freezer bag. Since any liquids in the fruit will have already frozen, the pieces won't freeze together in the bag.

How To Freeze Fresh Summer Fruit [The Kitchn]


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