Top 8 foods I freeze!

Does anyone else find it more fun to freeze certain foods. Ever since I was a child, I’ve always frozen stuff such as chocolate flakes and Scots Clan (maybe that’s cause my Dad would bring home treats and either hide them in the frrezer or on the mantle piece after he planted a secret lottery ticket inside and re-sealed them with thick black tape.. to make it so secretive!!) . I really like to freeze things now too! Just like I always have a bottle of wine in the fridge, I like to have the following in the freezer!

Coconut cream – I freeze this in an ice-cube box and then eat them like mini ice-creams. Because I am cool!


85% Green & Blacks Organic chocolate. I am never as happy when it’s 70%. That 15% means the world to me haha!  It’s just so much more exciting frozen.

Grapes – I like to freeze grapes from time to time, they taste way more exciting and last way longer like a sucky sweet!

My shopping spree!
My shopping spree!

Dates –  Not the human ones though. Yes I put bags of dates in the freezer and eat them straight from the freezer. WAY more interesting!

Lemons – You freeze those bad boys and then you grate the rind and add it to water. Instant unreal results for the BADY!


Nut Clustets – When I make my own nut clusters with the aformentioned 85% dark chocolate, I also freeze those!

Clothes with chewing gum – Place them in the freezer and then you can break it off! TIP of the week!

Tasty JC bad boys
Tasty JC bad boys

Alexis – I tend to freeze my boyfriend Alexis from time to time if he annoys me! Just joking but the freezer is a good place to hide my chocolate from him!

How do you freeze yours?


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Jenny Conlon is a broadcast, freelance journalist, writer and fashion and entertainment critic. Her work has featured on the RTÉ. fashion and entertainments website. She has assisted production of RTÉ's Morning Ireland and The Business. Jenny produced and presented a weekly fashion and entertainment show Girls Talk Back on 103.2 Dublin City Fm and was Newsreader and Editor of the newsroom. Her work continues to feature in Irish publications such as The Irish Tatler, U magazine and The Dubliner. Jenny completed her Masters in International Journalism in 2009. She is looking forward to a jam packed 2012 where she will continue broadcasting and writing and being inspired. She will be modelling for a high street fashion shoot and plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.....

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