Hey, You Can’t Freeze Watermelon, Can You?

There’s nothing worse than picking out some ripe, ready to eat fruit, and then throwing them away because they spoiled before you could enjoy them! Last year I wrote about freezing grapes. Want to freeze garlic? How about freezing cherries? But you can’t freeze watermelon, can you?

I always look to StillTasty with questions about storing food, here is what they have to say about watermelon: To freeze, cut watermelon in half and remove seeds and rind. Slice or cube melon, or cut into balls. Place in covered airtight containers or heavy-duty freezer bags. Freeze for up to 12 months for best flavor. Foods frozen and kept at 0° will keep safe indefinitely.

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  1. plus one on google!

  2. Ann Fudge Cluck says:

    Plus 1 on google done

  3. Maureen Howard says:

    plus one on google,
    I never never knew you could freeze watermelon! I love the stuff but thought I could only enjoy it certain times a year. All I need to do is get some heavy duty freezer bags! Thanks!

  4. Lisa Calandrino says:

    I +1 on google!
    I didn’t know you could freeze most fruit! Thanks for the tip on Still Tasty…headed there now. Have some cukes…checking that out. As always, YOU ROCK!

  5. I clicked on the +1 button ヅ