PESTO! Easy step-by-step instructions for making and freezing it. Recipe at TheYummyLife.com

Classic Basil Pesto

Pesto has a list of uses a mile long. It is so easy to make and freeze to have ready to enhance foods for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Frozen Pesto cups for quick pasta dinners  2 cups Basil Leaves, packed  1/2 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil  1/3 cup Pine nuts, or Walnuts  1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese, shredded or flaked  1/2 tsp Salt  1/4 tsp Pepper  4 cloves Garlic  1 1/2 tsp Lemon Juice, optional

Presto Pesto Cubes - How to Make and Freeze Pesto

Frozen Pesto cups for quick pasta dinners 2 cups Basil Leaves, packed cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil cup Pine nuts, or Walnuts cup Parmesan Cheese, shredded or flaked tsp Salt tsp Pepper 4 cloves Garlic 1 tsp Lemon Juice, optional

Quit freezing your pesto in ice cube trays! This tip is EASY and you can break off just as much as you need for faster cooking. Excellent way to preserve fresh herbs like basil, cilantro and parsley.

The Best Way to Freeze Pesto Is Not What You Think — Preserve 2.0

Quit freezing your pesto in ice cube trays! This tip is EASY and you can break off just as much as you need for faster cooking. Excellent way to preserve fresh herbs like basil, cilantro and parsley.

Freezer Pesto! Make big batches and freeze to use all winter long!

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PESTO! Easy step-by-step instructions for making and freezing it. Recipe at TheYummyLife.com

Classic Basil Pesto

Easy step-by-step instructions for making and freezing it. I do this every year, great for having pesto pasta and pizza all winter :)

If you're the kind of person who holds onto fresh herbs more than you can manage, then think about freezing them. This tutorial shows you how to freeze pesto sauce using the best method possible. This method allows you more flexibility for all your pesto topping desires.

The Best Way to Freeze Pesto Is Not What You Think — Preserve 2.0

Whenever I am stuck with more fresh herbs than I can manage — be it herbs from my tiny container garden on my balcony or a big bunch from the grocery store — I undoubtedly make pesto

Freezing pesto is easy - and a great way to store that fresh taste of summer.

2 Easy Ways to Freeze Pesto

Tasty Homemade Pesto: Blanching the Basil is an extra step but I love the way this turns out. I do not use the entire amount of olive oil this calls for. Freezes beautifully and makes a great Food Gift from your kitchen!

Freeze herbs while they are fresh - put chopped herbs into ice tray and add olive oil before freezing. Then put into freezer bags and label for later use.

Freeze & Preserve Fresh Herbs in Olive Oil — Tips from The

Whenever I am stuck with more fresh herbs than I can manage — be it herbs from my tiny container garden on my balcony or a big bunch from the grocery store — I undoubtedly make pesto. Just last week I made both sage and thyme pesto in order to get a handle on my excess. Then I froze the two to use on pasta, fish, chicken, and even just good bread whenever the craving strikes. But I don't freeze pesto the way most people tell you to (in ice cube trays). I have a method that I wholeheartedly…

The Best Way to Freeze Pesto Is Not What You Think — Preserve 2.0

(Image credit: Christine Han) Whenever I am stuck with more fresh herbs than I can manage — be it herbs from my tiny container garden on my balcony or a big bunch from the grocery store — I undoubt

Homemade Pesto and How to Freeze Pesto. A few quick and easy steps to turn that garden that is over flowing right now into fresh homemade pesto all year long.

Customizable Pesto

Freezing pesto when you have an abundance of fresh herbs from the garden couldn't be easier. Try different combinations so you have fresh pesto anytime.

There is something uniquely 'summer' about fresh pesto. The green, the taste, even the smell can bring back warm days and the idea that anot...

There is something uniquely 'summer' about fresh pesto. The green, the taste, even the smell can bring back warm days and the idea that anot.

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