Sour cream can be frozen, although the taste and texture may change dramatically. While it is not recommended to freeze sour cream, if its intended use is as a condiment, it can be frozen for use as an ingredient, like as a thickening agent for mashed potatoes or as a baking ingredient.
If you plan on using a previously frozen sour cream in cooking or baking, yes, it can be frozen. Do not plan to use the frozen product as you would the fresh dairy product as the texture will be changed too drastically.
Yes, you can freeze sour cream. If possible, leave the container sealed with the metal liner still intact. Otherwise, if opened, stir the sour cream and move it into a smaller container, such as a resealable bag. Remove all excess air and freeze.
You are given the liberty to freeze your sour cream, but it is not highly recommended especially by manufacturers because this will greatly affect the texture and natural flavor of your cream. To learn more about cream cheese, visit http://www.daisybrand.com/products/faq.aspx.