Here's How to Fix Freezer Burn on Ice Cream Once and For All
We've all been there: It's 90 degrees outside, and you're dying for something sweet. When you finally get home and eagerly open the freezer to grab your precious pint of ice cream, you see that it is completely covered in ice crystals. You just encountered the dreaded freezer burn. So how do you fix freezer burn on ice cream and prevent it from happening in the first place? We've got you covered.
How to Fix Freezer Burn
The good news is that freezer burn on ice cream is an easy issue to fix (so long as you aren't making any detrimental freezer mistakes). Since freezer burn isn't inherently dangerous, wait for the ice cream to melt a little and then remove the crystals with an ice cream scoop before serving. Here's how to prevent freezer burn in the first place: