Freezing

Cherries

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Freezing cherries is sweet and simple.

 

A great way to enjoy a cool summer treat, and extend the short peak season.

 

  • Rinse: rinse firm, ripe cherries – stems and all – in cold water and drain thoroughly.

  • Pack: pack cherries in plaster freezer bags or freezer-proof containers. Remove excess air and seal package.

  • Freeze: place cherries carefully in the freezer with nothing stacked on top of them. Once cherries are frozen solid, they can be stacked.