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how to freeze strawberries

One tip to saving money is to buy your produce in season at its LOWEST price point and store it for the rest of the year.  I got an 8 lb flat of strawberries for less than $5 at Ridley’s this week.  That is a SUPER THRIFTY DEAL.  I did 4 batches of jam, but put the rest in the freezer.  That way I can use them for recipes and smoothies  the rest of the year.

how to freeze strawberries

If you toss them all into a bag they will freeze into a huge mass and you will not get them separated till they thaw.  I have found the BEST WAY TO FREEZE STRAWBERRIES is rather simple and can be done in 5 easy steps.

First ~ Wash and clean the strawberries, and take the green stem off.  If they are large berries you might want to cut them into halves or quarters.

Second ~ Put them on a towel to dry, you do not want them to be wet or they will stick to everything they are touching as they freeze.

Third ~ Once they are dry spread them onto a cookie sheet that has plastic wrap on it. Spread them into an even layer, and try to keep the berries from touching.

how to freeze strawberries

Fourth ~ Put them into the freezer, you can take them out as soon as an hour but I normally leave them in there at least a few hours to get them good and frozen.   You can even leave them in over night. They will now be hard and separated and will NOT stick to the other strawberries.  Pull the plastic wrap up and they should fall right off with no sticking. ( I did try the silicone mat and they stuck  so I recommend plastic wrap.)

Fifth ~ Place them in a freezer bag seal it shut try and get as much air out as you can.  Put it back into the freezer… and take as many strawberries out as you need at a time.  Now go make yourself a yummy treat for your hard work :)

how to freeze strawberries

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Easy Macaroon Cookies recipe

With the holidays comes yummy desserts! One of the best ones to make are Macaroons. There are a lot of ways to make it, and you can go and drive to the store and buy all of the ingredients  then have to drive home and cook and bake them. But why not just go to your food storage pantry and grab your can of ingredients that have a 20 years shelf life unopened ! With our new Thrive store you can have your #10 can of Macaroon ingredients shipped directly to your door in just 4-6 days! So order now and you will have plenty of time to bake these and give them to your friends as presents for Christmas!

Directions:

  • Mix 3 1/4 cup of Thrive Macaroon Cookie Mix with
  • 1/2 cup of boiling water
  • Blend on low speed until smooth
  • Let batter sit for 5 mins.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
  • Drop dough by spoonful onto greased or paper-lined cookie sheet.
  • Bake for 15 mins or until the edges are golden brown
  • Makes 1 dozen cookies!

how to make macaroon cookies

  • To order your #10 can of Macaroon Cookie mix go to our Thrive Food Storage Shop Here
  • Hoover on the SHOP tab – click on your location Main (for USA) Alaska or Hawaii or where ever you are.
  • Click on the Food Storage – Shop Now button
  • Scroll down till you see the Desserts Button – shows the same can of Macaroon Mix
  • Then scroll through the desserts and you can see the Macaroon Cookie Mix on sale. It is cheaper to go through our store then to by directly from Shelf Reliance.

 

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