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Mother reveals why you should always keep ice cream cups upside down


Did you freeze ice incorrectly? Mother reveals why you should always keep the dessert tubs upside down

  • A mother shared a little-known trick to avoid getting freeze-baked ice cream
  • The Australian said she was storing the tubs upside down in the freezer
  • This prevents crystals from forming on the surface as the ice evaporates over time

A mother shared a little-known trick to avoid getting freeze-baked ice cream.

The Australian woman said she was storing the tubs upside down in the freezer as this prevents ice crystals from forming on the surface.

Freeze burn occurs when the moisture in the ice evaporates and then freezes on the surface again, causing the crystals to form at the top.

If you turn the dessert over as soon as you get your balls, the partially melted ice drips onto the lid, where there is less chance that the still cold part will be ruined.

If you turn the dessert over as soon as you get your balls, the partially melted ice drips onto the lid, where there is less chance that the still cold part will be ruined

"I turn my ice cream upside down to avoid burning the freezer," the woman wrote in a Facebook group.

She said another trick she used to prevent the freezer from burning was to keep it in ziplock bags because it could “keep the ice cream soft”.

Many were amazed at the woman's simple trick and said they would try it out for themselves, while others said that they had been doing this for years.

& # 39; Brilliant. That will help. Empty nests here and we may go through a tub every few months, so this is a great tip for us, ”said one woman, while another added,“ Good idea ”.

To turn the ice upside down, always make sure you have a tightly fitting lid before trying it as this can result in a messy leak

To turn the ice upside down, always make sure you have a tightly fitting lid before trying it as this can result in a messy leak

While others admitted that they didn't have to worry because their ice never lasts long enough to freeze.

"In which household does ice cream last long enough to be a problem?" One mother joked while another said, "My ice cream never lasts long."

To turn the ice upside down, always make sure you have a tightly fitting lid before trying it as this can result in a messy leak.

Another trick to keep the ice colder is to keep it in the back of the freezer, as it is more difficult for warm air to penetrate the ice each time the door is opened.

If you want your ice cream to soften before serving, just leave it on the bench for a few minutes.

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