6 responses

  1. Heather’s Blog-o-rama
    July 1, 2010

    That sounds good and my dad loves berries…so he’d really go for this. I like bananas…but they’re not my favorite fruit. Red berries…specifically raspberries, cherries and even blackberries :) :) :) Hugs, Heather :)

  2. Candi
    July 1, 2010

    I freeze bananas in chunks and keep them in storage baggies in the freezer. I add them to sweeten up the smoothies for the kids. If I don’t have them, I sweeten it with preserves.

  3. Katherine
    August 30, 2012

    Anytime I have frozen strawberries, they come out tasting funky. Any other fruit I freeze is fine but not strawberries. They have this musky funky taste. I only get organic fruit and I’ve tested this problem on fresh from the farmer’s market, store bought and home grown. Any idea why this is?

    • Jami
      August 30, 2012

      Gee, Katherine, I haven’t noticed that, but I mainly use them in smoothies and things – we don’t eat them plain. I do know that when I slice them and mix with a sprinkling of sugar they are good to eat partially frozen. Sugar helps preserve things, so maybe that would be something to try?

  4. Carolyn
    January 21, 2013

    Just had a banana smoothie that I made using a frozen banana. I freeze my bananas when I see they’re getting soft and I won’t get to eat them before they are inedible. Did this all through the summer when I had an abundance of strawberries.

    • Jami
      January 21, 2013

      Yes, Carolyn, bananas are a smoothie classic. I wish I liked them, sigh. That’s why I use frozen fruit, to give that heft to the smoothie that typically comes from bananas. Freezing is a great solution for browning bananas, though. :)

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