So I would do the same thing everyone else did: Freeze them before they went bad. I would put the fruit in a bag and stick it in the freezer only to have a giant frozen glob of blueberries. This was not ideal when I only needed a cup of fruit, so I set out to find a new plan!
And BAM it came to me and it is so easy!
I lined a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Then took the blue berries (washed and dried) and placed them on the sheet in a single layer.
Place them in the freezer and let them in over night.
In the morning mark a freezer bag with the date and pour the blueberries into the bag.
Place back in the freezer and you now have frozen blueberries that you can get the perfect amount needed every time!
You can freeze all types of berries this way. For strawberries remove stem and freeze whole or sliced. Peaches can be frozen too, just remove pit and slice into quarter!
This allows you to freeze fruit that otherwise would go bad and still be able to use it!
Save that fruit and don't let it go to waste!
-The Frugal College Student