Freezing Fresh Blueberries

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blueberries in bag 2The farmer's market had a great deal on blueberries recently, so we bought a flat of them. There were too many to use right away so I decided to freeze some for later.




  1. Sort through the blueberries, removing any yuck ones and picking off the stems.

    NOTE: It is recommended that you do not rinse the blueberries prior to freezing. Instead rinse them prior to use.

  2. Line a cookie sheet or shallow pan with wax paper. Then spread the blueberries out in a single layer. Place them in the freezer and allow them to freeze completely.
  3. blueberries on wax paper
  4. Pour the frozen blueberries into a gallon ziplock freezer bag. Label the bag with the date and contents, then return them to the freezer.
  5. blueberries in bag 1
  6. When you are ready to use them, place them in a colander and rinse them thoroughly.
  7. rinsing blueberries

  8. Lay out some paper towels and pour the blueberries onto them. Gently roll them around or blot them with additional paper towels to dry.
  9. drying blueberries on paper towel

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September 11, 20130 found this helpful

Too late! I already rinsed them...spun them well in the salad spinner and froze them on a cookie sheet in a single layer and then freeze. They are so good. I like to eat them frozen. It's like a blueberry mini-popsicle!


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