How to Freeze Strawberries

See how easy it is to freeze strawberries for smoothies all year long on

  I absolutely love growing or buying in season produce that I can preserve and use all year long. There’s nothing quite like the flavor of fresh, in season strawberries which is why I freeze them in the spring for making smoothies the rest of the year. The kids and I LOVE to go pick fresh strawberries every spring and luckily, berries are one of the easiest things to freeze, so I’m excited to share with you how to do that today.

  You can also check out my tutorial on How to Freeze Blueberries and if you have an abundance of fresh strawberries, be sure to check out my recipe for 3-Ingredient Strawberry Freezer Jam. It’s a super simple recipe for making jam, no cooking required. Alright, are you ready to start freezing some fresh strawberries? Let’s get started with the easy tutorial on How to Freeze Strawberries.



Step 1: Choose ripe, blemish free berries.

Step 2: Rinse berries and slice green tops off.

Step 3: Pat dry with towel.



Step 4: Lay berries on cooking sheet in single layer and freeze for one hour. (this is called flash freezing)



Step 5: After one hour has passed, remove berries from freezer and place in a labeled freezer bag. Close bag removing as much air as possible.

Step 6: Freeze flat. Will last 6 months in freezer and up to one year in deep freezer.


See how easy it is to freeze in season strawberries that can be used in smoothies all year long!

Now you can enjoy that amazing in season strawberry flavor all year long! If you’re interested in learning how to make fresh 3-Ingredient Strawberry Freezer Jam, then check out my video below and have a great day friends!


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  1. Thank you for sharing all your tips. They are always so nice to read and use when you send out an email to me. Love watching your videos too. You are one smart woman! ? Blessing to you and your family!
  2. I have frozen them From Leisure Farm and I eat them just like fresh berries. Just don't let them thaw 100%. Eat them either frozen or about 75% thawed

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