Before you start make sure your cherries are washed.
You can freeze them with a pit or without a pit. There are several ways to remove the cherry pit.
The easiest is to use the cherry pitter tool. If you do not have this, then you can:-Use chopsticks; place the cherry between thumb and index finger. Gently push the chopstick down to the pit and push out the pit gently.-You can also cut the cherries in half and remove the pit.-And my least favorite method, the messiest one, is to tear the cherry and remove the pit.
Once your cherries are pitted place them on a baking tray, lined with parchment paper. Give some space between the cherries, so they do not stick together.
Place the cherries into a freezer for 2-4 hours or until firm.
Transfer the cherries to a freezer-friendly container or zip-lock bag and store them in a freezer for 6 months.