This post has been updated and moved to my new new blog.
You can find it here: Saving the Harvest: How to Freeze Blueberries
Huh – my Mom always just slung them into ziplock bags. Maybe this way will work better?
Hi Amy – I think it works better. The berries freeze more quickly and evenly, don’t stick together in the bags and I think the texture is better when they thaw out.
so simple, and so beautiful!
I probably won’t freeze any blueberries, because I just have the freezer in my fridge, but I wanted to tell you that I love that photo of the berries in the green cup. Is it possible for me to buy a copy of that photo, without the title on it? The colors would be perfect for my kitchen!
Agnes – you certainly can, as all of my photos are available for sale. I’m sending you an email with more details.
Thanks so much, Donalyn – I have some in the freezer right now, and will be putting them into bags soon. I love blueberries, but have never thought to put any up. Which is a great idea, because they are so much less expensive right now whe I can go to the You-Pick place to get them. I’m looking forward to some muffins on Christmas morning now!
Thanks D! I have a couple of pounds of bluberries from Costco that I will do just this very thing to!
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