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    Default Can you freeze stewed, pureed apple & pear?

    I'm going to do a cook up today of foods for Charlee, and i was wondering...can you freeze stewed & pureed apple & pear, or will it go brown and yuck? I've never tried to freeze fruit before, but want to now as the Heinz etc, is so sweet and too smooth....

    I'm already doing pumpkin, potato, sweet potato, peas, & zucchini......

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    Yes they freeze well! I just take a cube or 2 out each night to add to the morning cereal.

    Only things I have discovered don't freeze is banana and avocado. And of course don't freeze yoghurt!

    Try adding a few soaked prunes to the apple before stewing, or a cinnamon stick...my little babe loves it!

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    Thanks jay,lee&nikita'sdad! Thats a great site, but all in bl**dy quarts 'n pints and stuff....still handy though!

    And thanks addictedtobabe...the cinnamon one sounds good!


 

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