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Jul
14
2013

how to freeze blueberries

Sunday, 14 July 2013 13:14
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So this week our local grocery store had a special on blueberries.  Six pints for 6 bucks!  The question is what do we do with 18 pints of blueberries?  First we made a blueberry pie... Yum!

blueberrry pie

We also made blueberry pancakes for breakfast on Sunday.  But that still left us with a lot of blueberries.  So the solution?  Freeze them, and save them for when they aren't in season.  It's easy to do, and they are great for muffins, pies, pancakes, scones or whatever all year round.  Here's how we did it:

Step 1:  Clean, wash, and dry the berries.  Lay them out in a single layer on a cookie sheet lined with paper towel to dry.

blueberry tray

Step 2:  Put the cookie tray in the freezer once the berries are dry to get the freezing process started.

Step 3:  When the berries are slightly frozen, transfer them to ball jars, ziplock bags, or whatever resealable container you want to use.  Seal them up, and put them back in the freezer.

blueberry jar


Now, whenever you want some "fresh" blueberries, take what you need out of the freezer, and enjoy!

Scott Pollacek - about me


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