If you are lucky enough to have a fig tree, you may be inundated with these delicious fruit. In addition to drying figs, they can also be frozen for use later in recipes. This is a guide for freezing figs.
Solutions: Freezing Figs
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I love fresh figs, but when there are too many to eat, a rare occurrence, I peel them, and cook down until I have a fruit syrup. Then I freeze it for future cooking/baking uses. I like to make a variation on an old Quaker oatmeal jam square recipe, using the fig puree in place of jam. If it is a bit too runny, I just cook it down more.
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