Tried,True, and Easy Freezer Meals
Part 6 of the Master Guide to Freezer Meals
This is the final part of The Master Guide to Freezer Meals. Throughout this series of posts, I have explained in detail how I stock my deep freeze every 3 months. Here are links to other posts in this series:
In this post, I will share all the recipes and foods my household loves and routinely keeps in inventory. Most of my recipes are SUPER SIMPLE, meaning you don’t have to be a chef to make them! They are practical and won’t require you to buy a whole bunch of ingredients you will never use again. That being said, these recipes are my family’s favorites, so don’t feel like you are limited to using these recipes! If you already have a meatball recipe your family loves, then don’t feel obligated to try mine! My method for meal planning is to find meals that my family loves and keep them stocked.
I am going to share not only the recipes I use, but also the convenience foods that we buy. Because I am a busy person who constantly struggles to stay caught up, I’m okay with our meals not being 100% homemade. Keeping some premade frozen foods on hand decreases our frequency of getting take out and ultimately saves us money. The $8 pizza I buy from Sam’s Club that feeds our family for 2 days is cheaper than the $20 Thai food take out that feeds Micah and I one meal (but I do LOVE Thai food!)
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