Every day brings new questions about the world we live in and today's most serious question: Can I Freeze Milk? I typically buy jugs of milk for cooking/baking reasons and then feel the pressure to try to finish it up before it goes bad. I'm happy to report that you CAN freeze milk (skim and lofat work best because they dont separate as much). Just make sure to use some of it first so that the carton doesn't explode from the pressure as it expands. Best used for baking or cooking, freezing milk arguably doesn't change the taste of baked goods. I wouldnt suggest it for drinking tho although freezing milk ice cubes sounds like a good alternative for iced coffee.