There are several ways Garlic can be frozen. The most basic method is to simply freeze the whole garlic bulb unpeeled and remove cloves as needed. Naturally you'll want to place them in freezer bags.
Place frozen garlic in oil from the freezer directly into the cooking apparatus while it is hot.
Frozen Garlic paste is yet another variation. Kosher salt and some olive oil combined with minced garlic will form a paste. This paste can be frozen in ice cube trays or molded into balls. If you make garlic balls freeze them on a parchment-lined tray, then place them in the freezer in freezer bags for later usage. Labeling and dating the bags is always advisable
Regardless of what method you choose to freeze garlic, it is advisable you use a container that will keep the odor sealed in unless of course you want everything in your freezer to wreak of garlic. Freezer bags can be double bagged, or wrap the garlic in plastic wrap inside the freezer bags.
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