Freezing Fresh Plums

How do I freeze fresh plums?

By GreenEyes



July 24, 20100 found this helpful

According to an old Farm Journal cookbook I have, plums are better canned for dessert than frozen however here ya go:

Wash and cut the plums in half, removing the pits or leave whole. Pack in syrup made with 3 cups sugar to 1 qt. water or pack dry. Remove as much of the air as possible and freeze.

Note: packing dry without syrup works well if you are planning on making jam from the plums (otherwise they get a little mushy when thawed).

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