Warning: fopen(/tmp/menu-animation.min-As1Z1x.tmp): failed to open stream: Disk quota exceeded in /home/vmynfcdh/public_html/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php on line 139

Warning: unlink(/tmp/menu-animation.min-As1Z1x.tmp): No such file or directory in /home/vmynfcdh/public_html/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php on line 142
What are the best meals that taste just as good

So I have a question. Can you freeze canned chicken broth in maybe a well sealed…

So I have a question. Can you freeze canned chicken broth in maybe a well sealed Tupperware? I always have way more than I need but with the cost of everything these days, hate to throw it away.

thank for the original creator KathyKat Kellie

39 thoughts on “So I have a question. Can you freeze canned chicken broth in maybe a well sealed…”

  1. Charlotte Whitbeck

    Of course, freeze in ice cube tray. Then pop them out, put in freezer bag and pull out what you need.

  2. I freeze in ice cube trays. I like Missy Jo ‘s idea to freeze in 1 cup portions. The point is, freeze in small batches, so you can take out only what you need. Less waste that way!

  3. Angie Elgar Sardinha

    I freeze it in an ice tray, then pop them out and put them in a freezer bag.

    Also, you might want to buy bullion cubes instead. Their cheaper, easy to store and easy to use.

  4. I used zip lock bags bags freeze laying on a cookie sheet after frozen take cookie sheet out and no wasted freezer space

  5. Nadine Sawtell

    Cool the broth and freeze in ziploc type bags if you store flat you save freezer space

  6. Shelly Arterbury Standley

    Put in an ice cube tray. Once frozen transfer to a zip lock bag so you can get out what you need a little at a time.

  7. Freeze in ice cube trays, pop out and store in ziplock or Tupperware, pull out what you need, defrosts quick

  8. Vickie L. Childers

    I use freezer bags. Lay flat on cookies sheet until frozen and its easier to store

  9. Barbara Baldwin

    I freeze it in plastic ice cube trays, then pop out the cubes into a gallon Ziploc freezer bag. Each cube is about 3 Tablespoons in my ice tray.

  10. Hannelie Sparkes

    Yes freez them in old ice cube trays ones frozen put them in zip lock bags take out one or two how mutch you for kooking

  11. Vanessa Weaver

    Yes I put it in the fridge overnight, then lay a piece of plastic wrap directly on top of the broth, then put your lid on . The plastic wrap is extra prevention from getting freezer burnt

  12. Stacey Hargroue

    Yep. Freeze in ice cube tray. Once frozen, remove to freezer baggie. Now you have small portions to use as needed

  13. I freeze it in 1 cup increments. I sit the cups in my freezer. Once frozen, I take the frozen broth out of the cups and put them in a ziploc baggie.

Leave a Reply

Scroll to Top
%d bloggers like this: