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Freezer Tips

Freezing Carrot Cake

My carrot cake is asked for often, so I bake two and keep one in the freezer. That way, I'm ready for unexpected company and have something to serve for a meeting or to take to a family in need.…

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Freezing Celery for Soup

When I have a bit of extra time, I chop a few stalks of celery or a few onions. After sauteing them in margarine, I spoon them into ice cube trays, freeze, then pop the frozen “veggie cubes” into…

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Freezing Cookies

Cookies can be wrapped in plastic wrap, stacked in an airtight container and sealed for 1 to 3 months in your freezer. Thaw wrapped cookies and breads at room temperature. Always allow cookies to…

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Freezing Corn

Freeze corn on the cob in four simple steps: 1. Husk corn and remove silk. 2. Cut corn off cob (don't cook). 3. Put 4 to 6 cups of corn in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave for 2 minutes.…

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Freezing Cubed Cooked Chicken

When chicken pieces are on sale, I buy several packages and bake all the chicken, skin side up, on foil-lined pans. When cool, I remove the skin and bones, cube the meat and freeze in measured…

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Freezing Egg Whites and Yolks

Extra egg whites and yolks can be frozen for use in another recipe. Freeze egg whites in ice cube trays and then transfer to resealable plastic freezer bags. When freezing egg yolks, be sure to…

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Freezing Individual Portions of Soup

I like to make a big batch of soup, then freeze individual servings. I line bowls with plastic wrap, pour in soup and freeze. Once frozen, the soup can be popped out of the bowls and stored in…

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Freezing Leftover Rice

When preparing rice, make extra. Packaged in freezer containers or heavy-duty resealable plastic bags, cooked rice will keep in the freezer for up to 6 months. To reheat, add 2 tablespoons of…

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Freezing Peppers

Diced green, sweet red and yellow peppers can be frozen without blanching, so there’s no need to put them in boiling water for a short time. Simply wash and dry the peppers, remove the stems and…

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Freezing Pies

Instead of trying to wrap a cooled pie with plastic wrap or foil, I simply slide it into a gallon-size resealable plastic freezer bag. I squeeze out the air, seal the bag and pop the pie into the…

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