Want to know how to freeze peaches? This post will help. This summer I bought a case of peaches from The Peach Truck. I decided to freeze them so that I could make peach cobbler with them all winter long.
I love to purchase purchase peaches from Georgia and then prep them and freeze them to enjoy all fall and winter. They make great desserts, toppings on pancakes and are really good in a milk shake.
Because this was like buying in bulk I was able to to spend four hours completing my task. I simply laid the peaches out for 48 hours to ripen on my dining room table.
Then I peeled them using a vegetable peeler. Seriously don't use a knife. Simply use a vegetable peeler. I have tried many methods including hot water to remove the skins and the best way with the least amount of waste is to use a vegetable peeler.
After they are peeled slice. Next, lay the peaches flat on a cookies sheet to flash freeze. It is simple to do. I freeze them for 1-2 hours. You want them to be completely frozen so that when you put them in the bag they won't clump together. By doing this you can take out as much peaches as you want to use from the bag.
Finally, bag them in an airtight bag and then double bag them. Be sure that you remove all of the air from the inner bag. It is really that simple. There is no need to use a vacuum seal device because with this method you can use the amount of peaches that you desire without having to thaw.
I hope you enjoy my method for how to freeze peaches. I have been using this method for years and it works like a charm. Be sure to give it a try. I also highly recommend The Peach Truck. The investment is worth it to have delicious peaches all winter long.
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