It is amazing the variety of ways you can freeze lemons. I am going to run down the different way's I do and give you pictures to show you...I find the pictures on blogs sure does help you . Sometimes the mind just can not seem to grasp things on this World Wide Webster...So here goes...
Decorate your lawn with happy lemon faces....lol
I have put a few recipes for lemons at the end of this post and some for Lemon marmalade...alrighty then here we go...
I do a few things once they are juiced...I will either juice them into ice cube trays and freeze them for drinks or for meals when needed. Also I will measure out 1/4- and 1/2 and 1 cup ....then I put them into zip lock freezer pack's for canning or recipes later on.....
Also you can slice your lemons into nice slices put them on a cookie sheet covered in parchment the cookie sheet not the lemons...See the picture. Now once they are frozen you can pack them up into jars or zip bags and you have lemons for drinks, lemonade, fish dishes the list goes on and on it is endless these little devils love to be frozen.... A few tips I found on the Internet is to cut a little slice in them prior to freezing to put them on a drink glass.
Lemon zest -My personal favorite-the bright yellow part of the peel (never include the bitter white pith beneath) freezes well. Grate/Zest it off of lemons before you juice them, freeze it in a small glass jars or plastic bags. I use the jars because they come out easier and I always have little jars left from seasonings so I wash them and save them...Hey hey sustainable peeps..
I am Lemon Head Seriously I should have to go to Lemonhead Anonymous hey another great tip is use them for a facial astringent.
Putting down my garbage disposal. For this I recommend that you quarter them other wise they are loud and I think it makes better sense.
Lemon Barz from Heaven