If you have extra gallons of milk that might go bad soon or you stock up on milk and aren't quite sure what to do with it now, you should know that you can freeze it! My Heavenly Recipes shared their tips and tricks on how to freeze a gallon of milk and properly thaw it.
Note : You can frozen milk for up to three months.
How to thaw milk:
1. You need to take out your milk 1 to 2 days before you actually want to use it.
2. Use a large container and fill it with cold water. Submerge the frozen milk in the water to thaw and set a timer for 30 minutes.
You can also freeze other dairy products such as chocolate milk, cheeses, cream cheese, yogurt, butter, and sour cream. It is best to wrap them in a plastic bag to keep the freezer burn away. Keep up to three months.
What do you usually keep in the freezer?