Have an abundance of garden fresh zucchini? Then you need to know how to freeze zucchini with these simple steps for freezing this amazing vegetable.
How to Freeze Zucchini
Zucchini is overrunning my garden. It seems every day I go out to check on the garden I find at LEAST 2 fully grown zucchini.
I have made everything that you can imagine with zucchini, and honestly, I am a little sick of them. I keep having nightmares of giant zucchini’s chasing me.
I have given zucchini to my mother-in-law and have sent them to work with my hubby. Short of going door to door and dropping them off anonymously, I had run out of ideas of what to do with the invasion of zucchini. Then my mom told me I could freeze them. Well Duh! Such a great simple idea.
I decided to write up a quick tutorial on How to Freeze Zucchini. I hope if you have an abundance of zucchini you will freeze them for later. I am sure when winter arrives I will be in the mood again for zucchini anything and everything.
How to Freeze Zucchini:
1. Pick zucchini, wash and dry. Cut in half and scrape out seeds.
2. Either using a cheese grater or a food processor grate the zucchini as small as possible.
3. Place 2 cups of shredded zucchini in freezer bags. Freeze for later!
Looking for zucchini recipes?
Cheesy Zucchini Cornbread Casserole
Cheesy Zucchini Rollups
Chicken & Zucchini Stuffing Mix Casserole
Hi! Does this freeze any better if you squeeze all the excess water out?
Hey Vikki. I am not sure how it would do if you squeeze the excess water out before freezing. It would probably be fine either way though. I chose to just throw them in the freezer because I was sick of zucchini.