About 8 years ago I was in the depths of raising five children, had a husband that traveled a ton, was super busy with community service, church service and running kids everywhere! Sound familiar? Probably where most of you are at today, right? Freezer Meals saved me time and money!
I continued this for almost a year and it helped tremendously! I rarely had to worry about making dinner and we always had something warm and tasty on the table. I could have my older kids pull something out of the freezer and heat it up when I was driving other kids to their activities. Not sure why I stopped but I am excited to start this back up with the help of my family! So with the help of many other bloggers, I present to you-Freezer Meals galore!!!
We All Need Something Sweet
I love being able to pull out a sweet treat for after school or when the kids come home from church and say “I need a treat for the fireside tonight!”
Breakfast Freezer Meals
If you are like our family, we 1) have breakfast often for dinner and 2) like to start off the day with a bang! Every school day is early morning seminary at 6:20. I also served in the calling of seminary teacher with kids in High School. Having a warm breakfast ready to microwave was really important to me. Having said that, here are some easy, fantastic breakfast freezer meals that are sure to start everyone’s day off right!
How To Store
Store Flat in Ziplock Bags
Some people prefer to store the ingredients flat in a freezer bag and stack them. If I have more than 1 baggie per meal I may rubber band them together so I know what goes with what because by the end of the month, I will have forgotten. I also write with sharpie directly on the bag.
Store in freezer storage containers
Others would rather stack meals in rubbermaid containers. (It does look so tidy when you open your freezer!) For me it would depend on how many servings I had and how large the meal was. If I made a soup, I usually put it in a container because it was harder to freeze perfectly flat in a baggie.