Using Freezer Meals in Menu Planning

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Oh me, oh my. My cup runneth over. Or rather my freezer does. I’ve been developing and testing recipes for the last two months steady. And now it’s time to reap the rewards. I’m going to take the week off cooking and rely on the freezer to provide our meals this week.

My in-laws are coming at the end of the week, so my taste testers are getting reinforcements. And I’m going to get feedback from people with different tastes. Yippee!

Here’s how our meals are shaking down this week:


(all served with fruit and milk)


(all served with veggies)


(all served with veggies or a salad)

Have you started meal planning? It’s not that hard. Read over these easy ways to make a menu plan and pick one to put into practice. It will make your late afternoons and evenings. For more ideas, visit I’m an Organizing Junkie.

Got a plan?

About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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  1. Amanda says

    Great post, lots to check out. This is perhaps an unrelated question, but I notice you serve salad/greens at both lunch and dinner. Do you have any shortcut ideas for this? Do you serve a certain type of salad, or use certain toppings? Is there a way you mix it up that’s easy? I’d love it if you’d do a salad post sometime! thanks.

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