The question of the day is, “Can you freeze eggs?” The answer is yes! I will teach you how to safely freeze raw and cooked eggs in just a few simple steps.
They taste darn near the same after they have thawed too. You can fry them, bake with them or add them to casseroles or other recipes even after they have been frozen and thawed.
Lightly scramble the eggs. Stir with a fork until the yolk and whites are blended together without incorporating air.
Add salt or sugar to your eggs – don’t skip this part!! Egg yolks have a gelatinous property in them that will thicken when frozen. By adding in salt or sugar before freezing, it will stop it from happening.
Store your eggs. Cover and freeze in a muffin tin or ice cube tray until frozen (about 4-6 hours), and then transfer them to freezer containers or freezer-safe bags.
Label your eggs. Add the date, the quantity and make a note on your storage container if you used salt or sugar in the eggs.
To thaw eggs, always do so in a closed container in the refrigerator for 6-8 hours or overnight and use immediately.
No! If an egg cracks while it freezes, it needs to be thrown away.
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