How to Freeze Eggs

02/25/2012 6:00 am · 7 comments

by Sarah A Thrifty Mom

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Did you know that you can  freeze eggs?

Break each egg into an ice cube tray, 1 egg per cube. Mix the yolk & the white together slightly (to prevent texture inconsistencies after thawing). Freeze the eggs and transfer to a ziptop bag and label with the date. Eggs can be stored, frozen for up to a year. Just thaw in the refrigerator over night before use.

This is a great tip for when eggs go SUPER CHEAP around Easter each year!

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bradbird33
bradbird33

I appreciate the info. I already freeze shredded Squash and apples for breads and cakes in the winter. I get so many eggs fron my 6 hens that I have to beg peiple to use them.

toni
toni

Thank you for the great tip.

Cheri
Cheri

I put my eggs in the blender, with salt and pepper and any special spices (or chili peppers). Then I take a new water bottle, dump the water in a water pitcher and put the eggs in the water bottle, fill 2/3 full and freeze. 1 bottle will do breakfast for 2 or 3. They are wonderful for camping. But if I get eggs at a good price I will do this if we aren't eating them fast enough. They look a little funny when they thaw, but they cook up wonderfully.

Kassie C.
Kassie C.

This is a GREAT tip because I love to camp but taking eggs is always so tricky! Now I can just toss the frozen eggs into the cooler! BRILLIANT!

Robbie Lowry
Robbie Lowry

I'll have to freeze some and try them out with baking to see how they hold up. This may be a great way to clear out my 5 dozen box for more veggie space LOL.

Sandy
Sandy

Great tip! We have chickens and we give away a lot of eggs because we cant eat them all! Now I can freeze some to use for my cakes and cookies. GREAT!!!!! Thank you!

Tonya
Tonya

I did not know you could do this. Thanks for the post! Can you use the eggs for baking once they've been frozen?

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