Batch Chop Celery - Tips & Tricks

by Heather
Batch Chop Celery Recipe - Recipes Revamped

Do you have the same thing happen in your kitchen as mine when it comes to celery? I buy it for a recipe and have very good intentions of using the rest up with other meals but before I know it, I go to grab some other vegetables in the veggie bin and find a wilted half used stalk of celery.

For me it even got to the point where I was just leaving the celery out of the recipe since it didn't seem worth it to buy a whole stalk for just 1 or 2 celery sticks. Then I tried a trick I use with my onions and diced the whole celery and placed the extra in a freezer bag and stuck it in the freezer.

This trick works great for any recipes where it's okay if the celery is a little soft like in casserole dishes and soups.

Batch Chop Celery - Tips & Tricks

How to Batch Chop Celery for freezer storage:

  • Clean celery stalk.

  • Remove unwanted edges.

  • Dice using your favorite method. I prefer using my veggie chopper . Makes chopping so much easier.

  • Add to freezer ziplock bags. Do not fill bags too full. The fuller they are they harder it will be to break chunks off later.

  • Label freezer bag.

  • Store in freezer laying flat.

  • Once frozen, bags can be stood up and moved for easier storing.

  • When needed, just grab the bag out of the freezer, give it a few whacks on the counter and then pour out the amount you need.



Batch Chop Onions
Easily Shred Zucchini Using a Salad Shooter

Search Recipes

Recent Recipes

Jello Ombre

Jello Ombre

Carrot Salad

Carrot Salad

Creamy Lemon-Lime Jello

Creamy Lemon-Lime Jello

Hamburger Roll

Hamburger Roll

Cheese Ball

Cheese Ball

Smackem Card Game