Easy Freezing Spinach into Cubes


Freezing Spinach into Cubes

Making smoothies every morning and does your bag of spinach still go bad before you can eat it all? Freeze spinach and put into ice cube trays.


Freezing Spinach into Cubes

Freezing Spinach into Cubes


I’ve been making green smoothies every morning before school, but since we buy most of our groceries at, you guessed it, Costco. We always have way more than we can use before the spinach goes bad. Side Note: Costco should sponsor me, we shop there all the time and I give them a plug almost every week. The end. Anyways, I love doing a variety of different shakes but the spinach is a good way to get some greens early in the morning.


Freezing Spinach into Cubes


Matt decided that I should stop wasting all of the spinach and keep it from going bad. He threw the spinach in the blender and then poured it into our silicone ice cube trays and then froze them. Then he popped them out of the tray and put them in a Ziploc bag. 




Perks of freezing it and using them in shakes. It makes my shakes colder and thicker, which I prefer. Also, Matt thinks I’m able to fit more in the blender, therefore, more nutrients. 


I also, love to add oatmeal, Greek yogurt, some protein powder sometimes, chia seeds, pineapple, and orange juice. I love adding new things every week and I’ll keep updating you on my new ingredients.


Freezing Spinach into Cubes



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2 thoughts on “Easy Freezing Spinach into Cubes”

  1. This is just brilliant. It’s always so disheartening to have to throw produce away because it goes bad before you can use it–this technique solves that problem!

    Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!

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