Breakfast Freezer Cooking Vlog

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Bedhead and all, I’m heading in.

There is a breakfast freezer cooking video embedded in this post.

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  1. Connie says

    Jessica, that was too cute ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the vlog! ~C

  2. Cute video!! I’ve never done breakfast freezer cooking. It’s not a bad idea thought. It might break us from the boring breafast rut. Thanks!

  3. Your daughter is too cute!! I’m making lots of breakfasts and lunches over here too….gotta get ready for the craziness of homeschooling starting next week….ack!!!

    So far, I’ve gotten 2 quiche in a bag done and in the freezer!

  4. Share some of your breakfast freezer recipes! I would love to see your montly long breakfast plan!

    Super cute video.

    This mom stuff aint for sissys, that is for sure! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Jessika says

    ๐Ÿ™‚ Fishbaby is so cute!
    If I can eat up more of the white sea bass soon, we’ll get to making up some freezer breakfasts.

  6. Abby H says

    my two yr old loved your vlog…although he was confused why you wouldnt say hi back lol(he is used to skype with daddy)!
    I love having breakfast in the freezer! My kids love having muffins, pancakes, and waffles..who has time to make them during the week!

  7. OH, my goodness, how cute are the two of you in the morning? ๐Ÿ™‚ Adorable!

    Okay, you’ve inspired me … I’m going to spend some time this weekend making up some oatmeal packets, baking and freezing muffins, and (not breakfast related) browning up some ground beef to freeze for future busy nights. Baby steps, but I’m joining in!

    • Jessica Fisher says

      @Kara @SimpleKids, yeah! Glad to have you join us. I timed myself on the oatmeal packets and got 20 done in 14 minutes. 20 won’t last very long around here, but it’s something. (Need to get more snack bags. Sigh. Planning fail.)

  8. I just did my freezer breakfast cooking on Friday. I made 2 dozen scones, 4 dozen french toast sticks, 3 9×9 containers of berry baked french toast and 3 1/2 dozen breakfast burritos. I keep thinking of doing the oatmeal packets, but we still have a whole box from Sams Club of the Quaker packets (plus with it being summer in Houston we don’t eat much oatmeal…I kinda think of it as a winter breakfast.) Anyway, my question is…is it really that much cheaper to make your own oatmeal packets? Especially since my kids like the peach, apple, fruity ones?

    • Jessica Fisher says

      @Jen, I think that depends. I’ve gotten oatmeal packets for free after sales and coupons, but they had some junky ingredients that I’d rather my kids didn’t have. I know what’s going into my oatmeal packets, which makes it worth the extra effort.

      I bought quick oats for $0.69/pound, so I think that, while not free, it certainly is an okay price. We reuse the snack bags, so we’re not paying for the package.

      You can make your own fruit flavors by adding chopped, dried fruit.

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