How To Freeze Fruit & Vegetables

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Many of the best smoothie recipes and frozen blender drinks require you to freeze fruit or vegetables, so it’s always a good idea to have plenty prepared and ready for use in the freezer.

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Frozen Strawberries

Buying fresh fruits and vegetables in bulk when they are in season to freeze can save you a great deal of money. It’s also important not to waste any leftover fruits and vegetables to spoil, especially when they are so easy to freeze.

  • Whole fruit – Cut the fruit into large chunks or slices.  Place the slices individually onto a backing tray that’s been lined with parchment paper. Then freeze before tipping them into a zip-lock bag to stop them from sticking together.freezing whole fruitsfreezing whole fruits2
  • Berries – Need to be individually placed onto a backing tray that’s been lined with parchment paper Then freeze before tipping them into a zip-lock bag to stop them from sticking together.freezing berriesfreezing berries2
  • Bananas – Peel and then quarter the banana and then place them into a zip-lock bag and lay them flat until they are completely frozen.
  • Spinach – Divide the spinach into individual portion sizes and place each portion into sip lock bag ready for your next smoothie.freezing spinach
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Brian Wills
As professional Baristas, Angela & Brian are always making great efforts to adopt a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. They love to make smoothies and shakes using a high performance blender, and this blog is where they post the latest blender recipe creations. Enjoy your stay here, and feel free to contact us with any questions.

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