I am wondering if you can freeze buttermilk. I have some left over from Christmas baking.
By Sandy from Sioux Falls, SD
Yes, you can easily freeze buttermilk. I freeze 1/2 cup portions in muffin tins, then pop out when frozen and store in Ziplock bags. When thawed, stir well to combine in case it separates a little. (01/08/2010)
I do the same thing with evaporated milk, I started doing the freezing thing when I had to make homemade kitten formula for seven kittens, and the evaporated milk would always ruin because I had to use so little at at a time. I will probably try freezing yogurt and pudding next.
I have been making lots of frozen dinners out of macaroni and cheese, green peas, and potatoes I boil for a couple of hours in the crock pot and then cut up. I am going to put dessert in too, in the form of pie filling cherries which have the gooey syrup washed off, and a little sugar added before I serve. I have to do this or the kids just pick and choose certain food groups. I also do this for the dogs, for their supplemental meals two or three times a week.
I even freeze tea in ice cube trays because I don't like weak tea, and the regular ice cubes dilute the tea, also freeze chicken broth and gravy, etc. Have fun.
By Robyn Fed
Yes you can freeze it. It will separate a little, but just stir it up. (01/11/2010)
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