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Learn how to freeze tortillas and never waste another pack again. This little tip will save you time and money!
How to freeze Tortillas
Once you learn how to freeze tortillas, you will see just how easy it is. This is great when you don’t think you will use an entire package of tortillas before their shelf life. You can easily just freeze them for a future meal!
I do not like to waste food so this is a great tip. Plus, it is very easy to freeze tortillas.
You know I also love a good deal. This is so handy when you spot a really great sale at the grocery store.
Stock up and freeze them! I have been doing this for years and they still taste great when you are ready to use them.
Can you freeze tortillas?
Did you know you can actually freeze tortillas? They actually freeze very well.
Never toss another bag of tortillas again. Freeze them to save money. You will be so glad you did this.
Little tips like this add up to big savings over time. If you like to save time and money like I do, give this a try!
Can you freeze flour tortillas?
Yes! Just keep reading to see how to easily freeze flour tortillas.
Can you freeze corn tortillas?
You can freeze any type of tortillas you have on hand. This is so handy and you will love having these in your freezer.
You can also follow this process to freeze homemade tortillas.
How to freeze tortillas:
To freeze store bought tortillas, place the tortillas in the freezer in their original packaging.
If you are going to have them in the freezer for longer than 6 months, we recommend remove the stacks of tortillas from the original package and place them in a freezer bag.
Then get as much of the excess air as possible out of the freezer bag to prevent freezer burn.
If you want to use individual tortillas at a time, we recommend layering parchment paper between each tortilla before placing them in the freezer bag so that they can be easily removed.
Defrost frozen tortillas on your counter at room temperature or in the refrigerator.
Then wrap them in damp paper towel before reheating them in the microwave.
Freezing Tortillas saves Money:
So… next time tortillas are on sale at your local grocery store, stock up!
I love to use what we have or can grab on sale at the grocery store. By cooking like this, it really helps me to save money on groceries. It is a huge help to our budget.
It is not hard to do with easy tips like this. Stock up and put tortillas in the freezer once you spot a great sale.
You will save money and everyone gets to enjoy a great meal. Yeah! Get started today.
Ideas to use tortillas:
Now, that you will always have tortillas on hand, check out our favorite recipes to make with tortillas.
How to defrost Tortillas:
Defrosting tortillas does not take long at all. This really is so easy. Just sit the tortillas on the counter at room temperature until they are fully defrosted out. Then they are ready to be used.
Also, since you placed the parchment paper in between each one, you can defrost them individually if needed. This is perfect when you want to grab one from the freezer but don’t want to use the entire pack.
Stock up on corn and flour tortillas at the grocery store when you find a sale. Freezing corn tortillas and flour tortillas save money and time.
How to freeze tortillas:
Freezer Tip: How to freeze tortillas
- Freezer Bag
- Parchment Paper Optional
- Remove the tortillas from the original packaging.
- Place the stack of tortillas in a freezer bag. Remove as much air as possible from the freezer bag, seal tightly and freeze.
- If you want to use individual tortillas at a time, we recommend layer parchment paper between each tortilla before placing them in the freezer bag so that they can be easily removed.
- Defrost in the refrigerator for 1-2 days before using or defrost at room temperature for a few hours before using.
Try these other easy freezer cooking tips:
- how to freeze corn on the cob
- how to freeze cheese to save you money
- How to freeze garlic bread
- How to freeze chopped onions
- Learn how to freeze bell peppers