Eat For A Week From The Freezer – A Freezer Cooking Meal Plan with Recipes

You know I’m not a big fan of Once a Month (OAM) cooking. I do however love freezer cooking and often make double and triple batches of things to freezer. There are also some days and even weeks when I know we’ll be super busy. It’s nice to be able to plan ahead for those times and freeze some meals. I did quite a bit of prepping when I was pregnant with my daughter, to have easy meals for the first few weeks after bringing her home.

Today I have a great free download for you. It’s a new short report (or small ebook) full of yummy freezer recipes. It has an entire week’s worth of dinners that you can prep ahead of time. I’ve also included a shopping list and some tips for planning. Fix everything at once, spread it out over 2 or three nights, or grab just one or two recipes to try.

Freezer Cooking Meal Plan (pdf)

Chicken Enchiladas ready for the freezerI hope you and your family enjoy these recipes as much as we have. It’s also a nice idea to have a few things like the chicken casserole in the picture above in the freezer to take to a friend’s house when they are sick, had a death in the family or for any other reason could use some nice comfort food.

 

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Making your own mix from scratch rather than buying it in the store not only saves you money but also saves you from all the additives and preservatives that are put in the foods we buy.

Find out how easy it is to make your own seasonings, baking mixes, beverage mixes and more in this HBHW Kindle Cookbook.

 The recipes include:

Apple Pie Spice Mix
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Brownie Mix
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