Freezing Liquids In Freezer Bags

If you find that the soups and sauces you put in plastic freezer bags fall through the wire rack of your freezer, try this freezing technique for liquids. Cool your leftover soups, sauces, etc. in the refrigerator then pour them into a resealable plastic freezer bag. Next, cut the top off of a clean milk or juice carton, place the sealed freezer bag into the bottom of the carton, and pop it in the freezer. Once frozen, remove the bag from the carton and you'll have a block that's easy to stack.


Source: Sobey's (my local grocery store) "Inspired" magazine

By sooz from Toronto, ON

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September 16, 20100 found this helpful

I freeze these types of foods on a cookie sheet after "flattening" them so they freeze fast and can be stacked in the freezer. Also they thaw quickly because they are so "thin". I started doing this with Basil pesto, and it worked so well. Remove the cookie sheet after the soups and sauces are frozen.

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September 16, 20100 found this helpful

I also freeze 'em flat, then "file" the flat baggies in a n empty shoe box. Don't forget to label and date everything!

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