Freezing fruits and vegetables can be a great way to preserve them for long periods of time and enjoy them throughout the year. However, some foods respond better to the freezing process than others, and there are some which should really never be frozen.
So what about lemons? Can lemons be frozen?
Lemons can definitely be frozen, but they will freeze much better if you slice them first and freeze the slices. Another tip that will make the frozen lemon slices easier to use is to first freeze them on a flat cutting board, and then move them into a bowl once they are already frozen. If you try to freeze them right in the bowl, the lemon juice can cause all of the slices to freeze together, making them harder to separate and use.