Get Perfect Portions With These Silicone Molds You Can Freeze
Souper Cubes are, well, super.
By Leah Brickley for Food Network Kitchen
Thrifty cooks and the meal-planning obsessed know how important a freezer is: Where else can you safely preserve and store batches of soup, stock and leftover tomato paste for future meals? On the flip side, it’s easy for a bag of frozen chili to get lost or a storage container of Sunday sauce to take up too much space. That’s why everytime I open my freezer and spot the signature light blue of my Souper Cube trays I know my leftovers are organized and just a quick thaw away from a meal.
Get Perfect Portions
Souper Cubes are super simple: Designed by a couple that wanted to perfect frozen portions and maximize freezer space, these 100% food-grade and BPA-free trays are essential for anyone serious about their leftovers. Add cooled food to the marked fill-line. Snap on the lid and freeze. The trays stack like a dream and take up minimal space. Alternatively, once the cubes are rock solid, pop them out and store them in resealable plastic bags. Trays come in 2-cup, 1-cup, 1/2-cup and 2-tablespoon portions. They’re perfect for storing everything from a batch of homemade chicken stock to extra pesto to baby food. I froze all those things plus cooked rice, pulled BBQ pork, chicken noodle soup and a lentil stew. Once reheated, everything tasted fresh and was kept free from freeze-burn.
Reheating frozen food with Souper Cubes is easy. Let the tray rest for about 3 minutes at room temperature, then remove the lid. Pop out your cubes and thaw and then reheat. The trays are even oven-safe up to 415 degrees F.
Clean Up is Easy
Both the trays and lids are dishwasher-safe so clean-up is a breeze.
Pro Tip: Freeze Cookie Dough Too!
Portion cookie dough like a pro with The Cookie Tray: Scoop in cookie dough then freeze until rock solid. Pop them out and bake. Freshly baked cookies anytime!