We’re wrapping up our #weePLAN series with Savvy Sassy Moms and Weelicious. This week we are featuring five easy recipes for homemade frozen dinners. Here are the go-to recipes for meals in a flash that Weelicious is sharing with us today.
Meatballs are inexpensive, easy to make and freeze beautifully. Defrost in the fridge, microwave or oven, and serve with your favorite marinara sauce or pesto with a big hunk of crusty bread. Dinner is ready in no time!
Pancakes and waffles are also a great way to think outside the box for sandwiches. Spread on some cream cheese and preserves, and pack this fun sandwich in your kids’ lunch boxes.
Soup has to be the most comforting food around. Stash it in the freezer in small portions so you can take it to work for a healthy lunch, or even reheat it when you have unexpected guests over for dinner.
Spiced Carrot Cauliflower Soup
Mexican muffins are like a full meal in a cute little package. They are jam-packed with nutritious ingredients and are the perfect thing to accompany a big southwestern salad for a quick weeknight meal.
I don’t know a kid who doesn’t love chicken nuggets. This recipe will save you tons of money instead of buying those bags of frozen nuggets at the grocery. Plus, these chicken nuggets have only a few ingredients and you know exactly what you’re putting into your kids’ bodies.
Keep all your leftovers organized with Mabel’s Labels Date Mates. These reusable date labels are a busy parent’s best friend. They are available in four fresh designs.
Store kid portioned meals in Munchkin’s Fresh Food Freezer Cups. They will keep all your meals fresh and easy to prepare.
Having meals on hand in the freezer is a great way to save yourself time when life gets busy! Make double or even triple batches of your favorite foods to have on hand at all times. What are you favorite meals to freeze?
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