Now that spring has sprung and summer is quickly approaching our lovely squash plants are blooming and producing like they should. So we will have more squash that we can stand to eat. What do you do with all those extra squash? Well, there’s a solution… You can freeze squash!
When you find yourself with extra fresh squash, don’t toss them out- freeze them. Later on when you are ready to cook them pop them out of the freezer and your ready to go. It’s a great way to have squash in the fall and winter when your squash plants are no longer producing. Check out Freezing Squash: How to Freeze Squash for step-by-step instructions. It’s simple, quick and well worth it!
Aside from freezing squash to preserve them for later, you can also freeze squash for frying. That’s right you can flour them up prior to freezing then when you are ready for fried squash take a few out and pop them straight into some hot grease! Yummy!