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April 13, 2023
Who doesn’t love pasta night? Pasta always makes a large satisfying batch, and it’s perfect for leftovers. Lucky for you, we have a way to make pasta night even easier by using our silicone freezer jars. This spaghetti sauce for the freezer recipe will make enough for a big family dinner and still have plenty to stash away for a quick meal on another night.
Yes, you can definitely freeze spaghetti sauce. Frozen spaghetti sauce keeps well and is easy to reheat. You’ll want to choose a container that will make reheating and serving easy (more on that later). Our recipe below is perfect for freezing. We make it in a slow cooker so those delicious flavors can meld together for a delicious sauce. We also provide directions for freezing using our silicone freezer jars.
There are lots of reasons for storing spaghetti sauce in the freezer. For starters, when making a homemade batch of spaghetti sauce, you usually end up with a large amount of sauce, much more than you need in one sitting.
Although spaghetti sauce keeps fine in the fridge, it doesn’t keep for long, and you’d be eating pasta for a week before it’s gone. Storing it in the freezer keeps homemade sauce on hand for a quick and easy meal.
Instead of subsisting on spaghetti sauce for days on end, store it in the freezer in our silicone freezer jars. It’ll last for months. Plus, our jars are the perfect serving size. By keeping it in the freezer, you can grab spaghetti sauce to reheat for one or two meals which cuts down on food waste, time spent cooking, and cost per meal. It’s a win-win-win.
The best part about preparing a batch of spaghetti sauce for the freezer is that reheating spaghetti sauce is even easier than cooking it. It can be done in a couple of different ways when using our silicone freezer jars.
First things first, make sure you’ve properly thawed the sauce. If you reheat completely frozen spaghetti sauce, you risk scorching the outside and leaving the middle ice cold. To thaw spaghetti sauce in a silicone freezer jar, either set the jar in the fridge or put it in a bowl full of hot water. Either method will bring the sauce to room temperature and it it will be ready for reheating.
Once the sauce has properly thawed, you can either reheat it by putting it in a saucepan on the stovetop or simply putting it in the microwave.
After you’ve reheated your sauce, serve it with your favorite noodles, or toss it over spaghetti squash or zucchini noodles for a low-carb option. To make the entire process a breeze, use our silicone freezer jars.
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Keep this spaghetti sauce on hand in the freezer for a quick meal that brings the freshness of summer tomatoes to pasta night!
4 onions, chopped
4 cloves of garlic, minced
1 green bell pepper, chopped
½ c. olive oil
16 c. chopped tomatoes
2 T. dried oregano
2 T. dried basil
¼ c. chopped parsley
¼ c. white sugar
2 T. salt
¾ t. ground black pepper
1 6oz. can tomato paste
Large slow cooker
Silicone freezer jars
Add all ingredients to a slow cooker.
Cook for 3 to 4 hours on low heat stirring frequently.
Let sauce cool.
Pour sauce into silicone freezer jars.
Store in freezer for up to 2 months.
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