Sunday, July 19, 2015

How to Freeze Blueberries...

Freezing Blueberries:
We love having blueberries all year, so we actually freeze a lot of them for our own use. Here a a few nifty tips on freezing your blueberries.
Do not wash the blueberries before freezing, otherwise they will freeze together.
Place dry, unwashed, and unsweetened berries in freezing containers or plastic bags. Seal and freeze. The berries will freeze individually and pour out like marbles. Keep frozen until ready to use.

Do not thaw your frozen blueberries when you are going to bake with them. Always add them frozen so they will not "bleed" in your baked goods.

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