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How to Freeze Pesto
A freezer stash of frozen pesto opens the door to amazing meals packed with flavor.
Can you freeze pesto?
Sarah Cook - Sustainable Cooks
Spoon pesto into mini muffin tins lined with muffin papers/ice cube trays, filling them three-fourths full.
Drizzle olive oil over each portion of pesto until it creates a thin layer covering the top.
Freeze for 2-3 hours, and then remove the muffin liners from the pan and freeze each pesto"puck" in an air-tight container.
Frozen pesto will last in a conventional freezer for six months. If you have a deep freeze/stand-alone freezer, you’re safe to keep it in there for up to a year.
How to Freeze Pesto - https://www.sustainablecooks.com/freezing-pesto/