Keys To Saving: Hey- You Can’t Freeze Fresh Apples, Can You?

No, not that kind of freezing. This is peak season for apples, but as November comes to an end, it’s time to plan out your apple storage for Winter.

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According to StillTasty, to freeze apples: wash, core, peel and slice them. Coat the apples with a solution made of 1 teaspoon ascorbic acid for each 6 tablespoons of cold water to prevent darkening. Place them in covered airtight containers or heavy duty freezer bags.

Freezer time shown is for best quality, food kept at 0° can be kept indefinitely.


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  1. Tanya Serrao-Jones says:

    So that’s how you do it! :)

  2. Tanya Serrao-Jones says:

    Also +1’d this!

  3. Jude Skocki Kelly says:

    I never knew you could do this. I thought you would have to make applesauce to freeze apples. Thank you so much for this. I will be freezing them now :)