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  1. Laura @ Lauras Baking Talent says:
    Happy Wedding Day!
  2. Erin says:
    LOVE this. Want to freeze some meals for when the baby is born. One question...what do you freeze stuff in? Freezer bags or containers?
  3. Verenique B says:
    Congrats on the Wedding! :) 1 Corinthians 13! God bless!
  4. The Glamorous Housewife says:
    Thank you for including my turkey meatballs. I swear they are so easy to make and the kids love them! Thanks dolls, The Glamorous Housewife
  5. Amy says:
    So much yummy stuff- your recipes are always great... but I couldn't "pin" this- :( did somebody hit the wrong button?
  6. Courtney Mac says:
    Yeah, I tried to "pin" this too and it read nothing pinnable for this page?
  7. Shonda says:
    I pinned 10 recipes from here!! I can't wait to get cooking and freezing!
  8. Bethany says:
    Thanks for this list. I've been trying to find one with recipes for the freezing and this is terrific! We've got big things (or a little thing more like it) coming and I want to have a freezer full of food. Bethany Little Homeschool Blessings
  9. Shannon says:
    Looks like I have some good ideas for stockpiling my freezer before my baby comes in February.
  10. HHRose says:
    This might seem like a dumb question, but are you supposed to assemble all ingredients and then freeze, and follow cooking instructions later? Or are you supposed to throughly cook each meal and then just re-heat from frozen later? i.e.: white chicken enchiladas
  11. Transformed Christian says:
    Thanks for all the great ideas. I am looking for ways to make cooking healthier meals a priority and this list has so many recipes that I can freeze in advance.
  12. Suzanne says:
    There are some great recipes here. Thanks can't wait to try some of them! Congrats on your Wedding. May God Bless You Both!
  13. ellen says:
    Thank you so much for helping me with life! All of your recipes and organization have saved me! life is so much easier now that I don't have to think about what to cook! Ya'll are the best!!!! love 6 sisters
  14. becky says:
    I've been looking for easy freezer recipes and came across y'all. I clicked on your site because of the name. I have 6 little girls so I couldn't resist. I start my second year of Bible College night classes in Sept and have been trying to find anyway to make it easier. This is a huge help! Thank you!
  15. Cyd says:
    Hi Becky! Hope these freezer meals help your super busy life run a little smoother. As the mother of the six sisters, I remember those days of 6 busy little girls. But so fun!!! Loved every minute!
  16. Marsha Clark says:
    Where do I find the 50 Easy Freezer Meals cookbook so I can order one?
  17. Ronda says:
    I am on a restricted diet so preparing for one. I over-buy ingredients then large batch for freezer meals, after a test meal, of course. You have given me some new ideas. Variety is the spice of life. Thank you!
  18. Michael says:
    The best list about food. I pinned and will try to make each one. Thank you for your share!
  19. Lisa Williams says:
    So I discovered this neat trick with nice. I think it was in the NYT cooking section, but I wouldn't swear to it. It's called the "quick boil" method, and it was a game changer for me. You simply boil the rice like you would boil pasta (with plenty of extra water), then drain the water and cover while you finish preparing the meal - usually about 10 minutes. The extra water washes away the extra starch (no need for pre-rinsing), and it is perfect every single time. The rice absorbs the water during boiling, and the steam while sitting covered, and there is no guess work! White rice is boiled for 10 minutes, brown rice and some specialty rices take a little longer. You might need to look that up if you want to try it. It might be 20 - 30 minutes, I'm not sure. At any rate, I always make a huge batch, and put butter in during the "steaming" step. I freeze it in pint sized plastic containers and microwave it for me and my husband, and it is always perfect. Just one more thing to add to the "freezable" list - which is awesome btw, and thank you for that!
  20. Carol says:
    For the Chicken Enchilada Casserole, do you add the sour cream later since it doesn't freeze well? How would you do that? Or do you make the sauce without it and freeze it separately from the other ingredients and then dump them all in a crock pot? Thank you for your help!!
  21. Cyd says:
    We just make the casserole as directed. Don't place in the oven. Just cover well in a freezer container and freeze. Thaw and cook when ready to eat.
  22. Dee says:
    is there a compiled list for ingredients / printables for labeling, etc?
  23. Hanna says:
    I am struggling to prepare dinners for my elderly mother. She is a very plain eater! I'm trying to find recipes that I can cook and freeze for her to use in the oven/microwave. The ones you gave posted are all wonderful fir me...but not her her tastebuds. Do you have suggestions for an easy classic plain dinner? Cook and freeze. Thank you!
  24. Momma Cyd says:
    On our website you can search recipes by courses and ingredients. You'll find those tabs at the top of our main page. That should help you find some recipes for your sweet mom.
  25. Sarah says:
    Freezer rice is a great idea, it's one of my go to freezer foods as it heats up nicely and I mostly use it for fried rice. If you are making the rice mushy and or don't freeze it on a tray prior to bagging you'll have a bad time but long grain rice like basmati freezes fine in my opinion so I'm not sure why it's on the list of things that don't freeze well. Use a rice maker and follow the instructions for ratios when cooking it, has saved me tons of times and works way better in fried rice dishes than hot rice.
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