10 Things I Learned From My First Attempt at Freezer Cooking

It seems like time speeds up the closer dinner gets. Your intentions are good, but somehow the busy-ness of the day keeps you from getting to that home-cooked meal you really wanted. Freezer cooking to the rescue! You may be surprised to see that freezer cooking can be done any time of day and does not require a team of cooks.  From Money Saving Mom, here are the top ten things you can learn from blogger Jessica’s experience freezer cooking for the first time.

 

Has freezer cooking worked for you? How do you get dinner on the table consistently? Leave a comment.

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  1. says

    I have never tried freezer cooking so I really appreciate the tips. I try to make dinner as my boys do their homework but some nights they are very happy with a tuna fish sandwich!

  2. Liset Veliz says

    I have had good and bad luck with freezer storeage. I froze some Kiwi, strawberries, cantalupe and Honeydews for my daughters Sweet 16 party and it did not hold up. I froze some black beans and rice and it spoiled. I don’t know if the electricity went out on my little small fridge or it was kept frozen for too many days. What I normally do is throw the leftovers out after two days! Just to stay on the safe side. Liset.Veliz@yahoo.com

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