If you are looking to freeze some of the fresh offerings of the season for later use, you are going to love this handy Freezer Friendly Fruits And Vegetables Printable. The printable freezer storage chart details what you can freeze for later, as well as what you will want to avoid freezing, and some helpful info about keeping fruits and vegetables fresh in the freezer.
Fruits and Vegetables to Freeze
Freezing fruits and veggies is a great way to eat healthier when certain foods are not in season. There is nothing like some fresh from the freezer broccoli or strawberries in the middle of the winter. If done properly, frozen fruits and veggies will be almost as good as they are right from the garden. You can also save a ton of money by preserving fresh foods and avoiding the out of season price hikes.
Click here to print the fruits and vegetables to freeze printable pdf!
How To Freeze Fruits and Vegetables
Freezing foods is not at all complicated. This food freezer printable list the fruits and vegetables that freeze well. With some food storage bags and a few moments of time, you can freeze almost anything for later. There are a few exceptions; and this printable will help take the guesswork out of it for you.
Don’t Freeze These Fruits and Vegetables
As noted in the freezer friendly fruits and vegetables printable, a few things aren’t ideal for freezing due to their high water content; things like radishes, lettuce, and watermelon will become soggy when unthawed.
Print a copy of this off and keep it in your recipe book, or hang it on the fridge to reference as needed. You might be surprised by some of the things you can freeze successfully! Until I started researching this list, I did not know you can freeze whole apples for later, but I now know that sliced apples actually fare better after a spell in the freezer!
If you have any experience with freezing veggies and fruits, I hope you will leave a comment to share with others!