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6 EASY Meals You Should Add To Your Freezer

Are you looking for some recipes and meals to fill your freezer, all while staying on a budget? Chaos2Peace is the place for you! You can get tips and a grocery list for a once a month freezer cooking club. Check it out!

Last month we had an epic time in our freezer cooking club.  Once again, I did not get a photo.  One of these days, I’ll get a picture of my sweet friends that I “party” with each month.  We spent about 90 minutes completing this month’s menu.  We all left happy and with our arms full of meals to fill our freezer.  

 

My tips for a successful freezer cooking session with this menu: 

-Have one person buy all the groceries. 

-Cook the chicken (for the Taquitos) in a roaster before the cooking session. 

-Get subs if more than two people are absent.

-Break into partners and tackle one recipe at a time. (You’ll have four groups going each time.)

 

Here are the recipes that we used this month.  I’ve included the ingredients below each recipe.  I multiply each recipe by 8 since we have 8 in our group.  You will want to adjust this number accordingly.  

 

Grab you some friends and plan your first freezer cooking party today!

 

No Peek Beef Stew by Thriving Home Blog (This is a favorite of our group!)

2 lbs. stew beef

2-3 potatoes

3 carrots

1 onion

1 can of green beans

1 can of tomato soup

1 can of cream of mushroom

 

Herb Crusted Pork Tenderloin by Thriving Home Blog 

Garlic Powder

Diced Oregano

Cumin

Coriander

Thyme

Onion Powder

Salt/Pepper

Olive Oil

1 1/4 Pork Tenderloin

 

Buffalo Ritz Chicken by Simply Made with Love

1 lbs. chicken tenders

1/4 c. buffalo sauce

1/4 c. ranch dressing

1 sleeve Ritz crackers

 

Chicken Pot Pie by Meal Planning Magic (Each recipe makes 2 pies)

frozen onion

1 c chopped carrots

1/3 c. butter

1/2 c. all purpose flour

2 c. chicken broth

1 c. evaporated milk

2 c. canned chicken

1 c. frozen peas

4 unbaked pie crusts

 

Chicken Taquitos by Sunday Supper Movement

3 c. cooked chicken

8 oz. cream cheese

chili powder

onion powder

cumin

garlic powder

cilantro

4 oz. can green chilis

1 1/2 c. pepperjack cheese

20 small tortillas

 

Slow Cooker Balsamic Beef by Thriving Home Blog

 3-4 lbs. beef roast

1 c. beef broth

1/4 c. balsamic vinegar

1 T. worcheshire

1 T. soy sauce

1 T. honey

garlic powder

1/2 t. red pepper flakes

1-2 t. all natural steak seasoning

 

 

 I really can’t tell you how much peace planning our menu, including this freezer cooking session, brings to our house each month.  If the task seems overwhelming for you, my friend, Laura, from Heavenly Homemakers has made it really simple with a plan called Simple Meals.  For $1 a week, she will email you a menu plan.  ONE DOLLAR a week!!!  You really can’t beat that!  By subscribing to Simple Meals you will receive FREEBIES as well, such as: 

227 Healthy Snacks eBook ($6.95)
Eat Right Away Collection ($8.00)
Do the Funky Kitchen eBook ($3.95)
Totally Tortillas ($2.95)
HeavenlyHomemaker’s Guide eBook Collection ($9.95)
Learn to Cook Collection (great for the kids!) ($9.95)
You Can Do This! eCourse ($5.00)
Let’s Do This! eCourse ($5.00)
Make Ahead Meals and Snacks eBook ($4.95)

For the record, these freebies add up to over $56, but who’s counting?

By using the code SIMPLE10, you will receive $10 off making the price just $42 for the year…LESS THAN $1 a week.  You can even download a free sample week.  Check out Simple Meals.  I think you’ll LOVE it!

 

 

This post, and others like it, can be found at Meal Plan Monday. 

 

 

 

 

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