Sauces & Dips

We all have leftover sauces and dips in our fridge that are just sitting there, not being eaten. We may even be looking to find ways to extend the shelf life of them so they don’t go bad before we can eat them. Luckily, there are many different things you can do to prolong the life span of these extra sauces and dips! These include freezing your food or finding creative ways to use your leftovers with various recipes.

Here are some tips on how to freeze Sauces & Dips:

Tip 1: When freezing sauces and dips, make sure you leave room for expansion. This allows your sauce to freeze evenly and not get stuck to the top

Tip 2: Make sure to label and date your sauce before you freeze. If you do not, you won’t know how long it has been in the freezer.

Tip 3: Make sure to store your sauce/dip in an airtight container. If you don’t, the sauce may dry out and smell.

Tip 4: You can freeze sauces and dips in ice cube trays. This is a great way to freeze smaller portions of your sauce for later use.

Tip 5: Place the sauce/dip in ziplock bags. If you are freezing your sauce for a long period of time, try using freezer quality

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