Prepping freezer meals is such a time saver and in the summer it is life-changing. In the summer months, we tend to get off schedule more with fewer routines in place, and that is when popping into the grocery store or fast-food restaurant happens. If you take a little time once a month, to prep 15-20 freezer meals, you can not only save time but also money!
Most of the freezer meals we prep for the summer are either slow cooker/instant pot friendly or BBQ friendly. This pork recipe is super easy and can be prepared in the Instant Pot / Slow cooker if a roast, or on the BBQ as well, if chops.
Some other freezer meal favourites of ours are:
When preparing meals ahead to freeze we often think of meat, stews, pasta or soups. One of my favourite foods to have prepped is twice baked potatoes. This recipe for Twice Baked Enchilada Sweet Potatoes is even better. It can be served as the main course, or as a side to other veggies or meat. … Read more
On Monday Night Live on my Facebook page I made 2 Chicken Marinades and Easy Stuffed Meatballs.
Marinades are a fabulous method to infuse meat, tenderize it and create some amazing
Chili is one of those comfort foods that many of us turn to for a quick and easy meal. Not only simple, but
Have you ever had Egg Roll In A Bowl, or deconstructed egg roll? Any meal like this, served in a bowl, is a winner in our house. Cooked in one skillet, for easier clean up as well!
This is my version of an Egg Roll in a bowl. I used dark soy sauce, so
Tomorrow night on my Facebook Page, I will be prepping the four freezer meals below. I invite you to prep these meals with me. (The Facebook Video, from Oct 2017, is at the bottom of this post)
Below you will find the ingredients for each recipe. They are all to feed 4 to 6 people (if you have young children you will get 6 servings). I will be prepping 2 meals for each recipe. It is more efficient to prep more than one of the same meal.
This Simple Pasta Goulash is the North American version of goulash.
Let’s talk comfort food. It just is…it is one of those meals I can prep quickly and have left overs for lunches. It is simple, yet delicious, affordable yet not loaded with preservatives. It is perfection in a skillet! (At least I feel this way 🙂 )