What To Know Before You Freeze Lasagna Soup 

Cool Completely: Allow the lasagna soup to cool completely to room temperature before freezing to prevent condensation and ice crystals from forming. 

Choose Freezer-Safe Containers: Use freezer-safe containers or resealable freezer bags to store the lasagna soup, ensuring they are airtight to prevent freezer burn. 

Label and Date: Label the containers with the contents and date of freezing to keep track of storage time and ensure freshness. 

Portion Control: Consider portioning the lasagna soup into individual servings before freezing to make it easier to thaw and reheat only what you need. 

Leave Room for Expansion: Leave some space at the top of the containers or bags to allow for expansion as the soup freezes. 

Thaw Properly: Thaw the frozen lasagna soup in the refrigerator overnight or use the defrost setting on your microwave for quicker thawing. 

Reheat Safely: Reheat the thawed lasagna soup on the stovetop or in the microwave until heated through, stirring occasionally to ensure even heating. 

Consume Within Recommended Time: Consume the thawed and reheated lasagna soup within 2-3 days for optimal quality and safety. Avoid refreezing previously frozen soup to maintain its texture and flavor.