Freezing Cherries

Don't let your leftover cherries go to waste. Preserve your cherries for use throughout the year by freezing them. This is a guide about freezing cherries.

Frozen cherries.

August 14, 2008 Flag
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I found myself with many cherries last week. After washing, I put them into snack size bags, and placed them into the freezer. Whenever anyone wanted cherries, they pulled a bag out, either waiting about 10 minutes, or slightly taking off the chill in the microwave. They were excellent! Even sweeter then they were fresh. Just don't let them soften all the way, they become mushy. We ended up freezing all the cherries, preferring them this way, and no worrying about them going bad!

By Tracy from Rimbey

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August 14, 20080 found this helpful

I do this all the time with sweet, black cherries. They are excellent in the wintertime for snacking while watching television.

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August 15, 20080 found this helpful

Will have to try it, thanks for the advice.

We do with blueberries, I swear they taste better right out of the freezer!

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August 15, 20080 found this helpful

You can do that with grapes too

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