Freezing chocolate, while possible, doesn't actually preserve the life of the candy. If you want to store chocolate for a short time, place it somewhere cool and dry.
You can freeze both homemade and canned cranberry sauce. It is recommended you use the sauce within one to two months of freezing. You can also refrigerate cranberry sauce for 10 to 14 days.
Most types of chocolate candy can be frozen, including chocolate truffles. However, some types of chocolate candy keep better than others, and discoloration can be an issue when freezing chocolate.
You can freeze cheese. While hard cheeses freeze fairly well, soft cheeses, such as ricotta or cream cheese, do not. Even hard cheese is likely to change in consistency when frozen.
Cream cheese can be frozen as long as it is in an air-tight, moisture and vapor-resistant package and is no more than one pound. It will change texture a bit, according to the National Center for Home Food Preservation.
Butter freezes well and keeps for up to four months in a freezer, according to Challenge Dairy. Butter that is fresher keeps longer, and very fresh butter potentially keeps for up to 12 months.
It is okay to freeze yogurt, although there is no guarantee of the yogurt looking and tasting the same after freezing. Certain brands of yogurt respond to freezing in different ways.
Yes, it is acceptable to freeze flour. For long-term storage, About.com recommends freezing flour in a strong, food-grade plastic bag or a food grade container with a lid. Properly stored, flour generally stays fresh for two years.
Ketchup can be frozen, but its consistency after it has thawed is watery and jelly-like. Ketchup has a long shelf life. An unopened bottle can last for two years when stored in a pantry.
Limes can be frozen either whole or sliced. Frozen limes have a slightly different texture from fresh ones, but they still serve well as far as their juice is concerned. The juice can be frozen in ice cube trays, a convenient way to keep lime juice on hand.