The Freeze Guide: Snacks That Taste Better Frozen

Chefs in Food Network Kitchens stuck anything and everything in the freezer and discovered some surprising new frozen treats for Food Network Magazine.

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Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

Photo By: Levi Brown

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How to Freeze These Snacks:

Arrange the items on a baking sheet in a single layer. Freeze until solid, at least 2 hours. Transfer to a zip-top bag, press out the air and seal; freeze up to 1 month, unless noted. Remove from the freezer a few minutes before eating.

Avocado Slices

Freeze up to 4 hours; sprinkle with chili powder and salt.

Brownie Squares

Orange or Grapefruit Wedges

Freeze up to 4 hours.

Chocolate Cake Slices

Iceberg Lettuce Wedges

Freeze up to 4 hours; dip in blue cheese or ranch dressing.

Cheesecake Slices

Yogurt

Freeze in pop molds.

Melon Cubes

Freeze up to 4 hours.

Mango Slices

Freeze up to 4 hours.

Peppermint Patties

Unwrap before freezing.

Doughnut Holes

Peanut Butter Cups

Unwrap before freezing.

Watermelon Wedges

Applesauce

Freeze in ice cube trays.

Grapes

Freeze individually or in bunches.

Canned Fruit

Use peaches, pears or pineapple.

Root Beer

Freeze in pop molds.

Don't Freeze This at Home

We thought these foods would be delicious frozen, but we were wrong: marshmallows, apple slices, PB&J sandwiches, chocolate chip cookies and dried fruit.

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