Nov 052015
 

I mentioned in my Prep for NaNoWriMo post that having freezer meals ready for November is helpful, so I thought I should share what we did this year. My original plan was to keep from cooking tons of dishes and freezing them. I wanted to have crock pot and casserole dishes ready to go with a minimum of pre-cooking. That’s not exactly what happened and it took me more time than I planned. Two days longer than I planned.

I cut down my list several times before we decided on the amount of food we actually wanted to try to stuff in the freezer. I had lots of big ideas and not enough room!

You can’t see everything in the picture, but this is most of it.

freezer-meals

I don’t have all the recipes posted, but I’ll keep editing this post and linking to the recipes as I add them. Gives me plenty of things to post during NaBloPoMo.

The full list of everything we made (the hubby was a huge help):

Slow Cooker Salsa Chili

Slow Cooker El Paso Ham

Corn Bread

Skillet Zucchini

Easy Cheesy Potato Sausage Skillet

Pizza Pasta

Taco Seasoning

Taco Soup

Slow Cooker Green Beans with Bacon

Tater Tot Breakfast Muffins

Breakfast Crescent Quiches

Bread Machine Egg Bread

Granola

30 cups chicken broth
20 cups beef broth
32 cups Slow Cooker Beef Stew
5 cups Spiced Pears (for Overnight Oatmeal)
1 pound Pinto Beans
1 pound Black Beans
Sheppard’s Pie
Slow Cooker Loaded Potato Soup
18 Freezer Burritos
5 pounds Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes

I feel like I’m forgetting something…

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Christy is a writer, crafter, amateur photographer and enjoys sharing recipes. She also loves pushing buttons in Photoshop until her pictures magically look better.

Always looking for more work, Christy is currently editing her first book, finishing her second, blogging, guest blogging and making a nuisance of herself.

  10 Responses to “Freezer Meals”

  1. That’s a lot of work.

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