Freezer

Facebook Twitter
muffins

http://www.mothering.com/recipes/sneak-spinach-them-quiche http://www.mothering.com/recipes/sneak-spinach-them-quiche About 1 lb. fresh spinach, rinsed, trimmed (or 10 oz. package frozen spinach) Filling: 1 tsp. salt
Frozen Assets Frozen Assets About Me Welcome to my freezer! :-) I’m Deborah (“Debi”) Taylor-Hough, author of several popular books including Frugal Living For Dummies® and Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month (among others). For a complete list of my books (including links to order from Amazon.com), go to: Information About My Books
Back to the Basics: Batch Cooking
2 pounds fresh string beans, cut French style (lengthwise) 2 cups sweet onions, thinly sliced 2 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoons flour http://www.mothering.com/recipes/french-bean-casserole http://www.mothering.com/recipes/french-bean-casserole
**Update - Click here for a review of the meals we made** This post is extremely long, but hopefully it will be helpful to someone planning on freezing meals! I plan on posting updates after we actually eat this food too, to give an update on how it fares after the defrosting process. I have always thought that making meals to freeze would be a great idea, but we have never found the motivation to do a big day of cooking before now - I guess the idea of having a newborn to take care of is the kick in the pants we needed to try this out! I have made a few things for some of the new parents in my life before, so that was a good small test run. After doing this, I really wish we had done it sooner - it didn't take THAT long at all, and would be great for nights where you don't feel like cooking - it helps if you have thought ahead enough to take something out of the freezer to defrost, but it's not essential (usually you can just bake for longer). Freezer Meals Freezer Meals