About once a month, I cook up a bunch of meals and store them in the freezer to enjoy in the coming weeks. Not only does this buy me some time as well as help me avoid dirty kitchens every night of the week, but it also saves me money and resources as I am buying and cooking in bulk.
You’re invited to come along with us each month, either vicariously or in real life. The first weekend of the month, I’ll be sharing a cooking plan, answering a reader question, and otherwise share new ideas about making your freezer work for you!
My hope is just to encourage you to give freezer cooking a try so that you can reap the benefits of power cooking.
My cookbook, Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook is now available for pre-order.
Release date is October 23. It’s chock full with over 200 freezer-friendly recipes, planning pages, and basic and advanced how-to’s to making freezer cooking work for any home, family, and lifestyle.
You can browse past freezer cooking days to get a feel for what it’s like and what we accomplish during this time or check out these posts:
- Freezer Cooking Basics
- Planning for Freezer Cooking: A Detailed Approach
- Making Freezer Cooking Work for You
- A Freezer Alarm Could Save Your Bacon
- How to Pack Food in Freezer Bags and Reduce Freezer Burn
- What Can You Freeze?
- Shopping for Freezer Cooking
- URS: Make-Ahead Meals
- How to Keep Track of Your Freezer Inventory
- Freezer Cooking Storage and Methods of Packaging
- Foil-Wrapped Freezer Meals
- How Freezer Cooking Saves Me Money
- Dinners and Pizza Kits
- Lunches and Frozen Burritos
- Fill Your Freezer for Easier School Days
- Mini-Mini Freezer Cooking Sessions