Wondering how to freeze blueberries? Here is the best way to freeze blueberries so they don’t stick together in one huge ball.
There is one right way to freeze blueberries and a couple wrong ways. This is how to freeze blueberries the right way.
With blueberry season about to be in full swing I have the one tip you need.
Properly freezing blueberries is simple.
Why can’t I just put them in a freezer bag and freeze them?
Good question! They will freeze however, they will freeze together and you will end up with a huge ice chunk of blueberries. The method below freezes the berries individually so you can grab as many as you need. Otherwise you will have to thaw a whole ice chunk of blueberries.
Items Needed to Freeze Your Blueberries
- Large cookie sheet.
- Space in your freezer.
- Freezer Bag
How to Freeze Blueberries
- Spread blueberries out on a cookie sheet.
- The trick to perfectly frozen blueberries is to spread them out on a cookie sheet so they are not touching.
- Place the tray of blueberries in the freezer for at least 5 hours.
- Once they are frozen they will not stick to each other.
- Now place your blueberries in a freezer bag and store in your freezer.
- Enjoy fresh berries anytime for baking, snacking, or smoothies.
Find more information for growing, recipes, and nutrition at the Blueberry Council.