10 Foods You Didn't Know You Could Store in the Freezer


Freezing bread can help preserve its freshness and prevent it from going stale. Slice the bread before freezing for easy portioning.

Fresh Herbs

 Extend the life of fresh herbs by freezing them. Chop the herbs and place them in ice cube trays filled with water or oil for convenient use in future recipes.


Freeze ripe avocados to prevent them from spoiling. Cut them in half, remove the pit, and store in airtight containers or freezer bags. Thaw before using in guacamole or smoothies.


Hard cheeses like cheddar or mozzarella can be grated and frozen for later use. Simply place the grated cheese in freezer bags or containers and thaw when needed.


Crack eggs into a freezer-safe container and lightly beat them before freezing. Use them for baking or scrambled eggs once thawed.

Pancakes and Waffles

Cooked pancakes and waffles can be frozen and reheated for quick and easy breakfasts. Place them in freezer bags or wrap individually in plastic wrap.

Cookie Dough

Make a batch of cookie dough and freeze it in pre-portioned balls. When cravings strike, bake the frozen dough for freshly baked cookies.


Keep nuts fresh by storing them in the freezer. They will stay crunchy and flavorful for a longer period of time.

Tomato Paste

 Freeze leftover tomato paste in ice cube trays or small containers. Pop out the frozen cubes and use them in sauces or stews.

Cooked Rice

Cooked rice can be frozen in portioned containers or freezer bags. Thaw and reheat for quick and convenient meals or as a side dish.

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