The Fly-by-the-Seat-of-My-Pants Freezer Cooking Session

You don’t have to be methodical to prepare a freezer full of homecooked meals. Freezer cooking suits a variety of kitchen styles. This past week, motivated by ravenous wolves children who are always often hungry, I decided to get ahead of the game by doing an extended freezer cooking session. I know from experience that […]

Make Your Own Breakfast Items (Freezer Cooking)

Making your own breakfast items to freeze and enjoy in the weeks ahead can be a great way to save money. Raspberry Baked Oatmeal(Cakes) Last month I did a big day of cooking with my kids and freezing the fruits of our labors. We’ve eaten well, yet we still have a lot left in the […]

February Freezer Cooking (With Kids)

Freezer cooking, or bulk cooking, can be a great way to economize on time, money, and resources. And the kids can help cook! As I mentioned last week, I’m on a mission to make my boys a little more independent in the kitchen. So, it only made sense to include them in the freezer cooking […]

Join the Freezer Cooking Craze!

I love my freezer! I’m not ashamed to say it. I remember years ago my younger sister turned up her nose at the idea of making food ahead of time and freezing it. Truth be told, I think she just had bad memories from our childhood when our parents or grandmothers stockpiled food that didn’t […]

Freezer Cooking Daze – December 2011

December can be a FULL month. Make it easy on yourself by filling your freezer with meals to help you during the dinnertime rush. Now is the perfect time to load up your freezer with some ready-to-go meals. Anytime is a perfect time, but December is especially chaotic with all the extra festivities that we […]

Freezer Cooking: November

Freezer cooking has been a way of life for me for quite some time. My friend Jessika and I first tackled “once a month cooking” when I was 8 months pregnant with the first FishKid almost fifteen years ago. Yeah, I’m old. And there were seasons in my early years of motherhood when it wasn’t […]

Freezer Cooking and an Unfinished List

I told you on Friday about my recent, and albeit, ambitious plan for freezer cooking. It all started with a trip to Costco in which I bought more than my refrigerator could hold. Apparently, my cup runneth over. It was a rather impromptu plan that I put together on my return home. Once I had […]

Make a Meal in a Bag (Guest Post)

The following is a guest post from Liz of Wonder Woman I’m Not: As a working mother with older children, the opportunities for family dinners are somewhat limited in our household. Between the kids’ work hours and extracurricular activities we have anywhere from 3 – 4 days per week maximum to eat together. That’s assuming […]