Be it breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert items, I freeze anything. That’s because double and tripling recipes really doesn’t take any extra time, but it means saving big time later on! This is great for pregnant moms, or for a meal drop off for new moms- drop off something that has leftovers they can freeze, and feed her twice in one go!
To show you just how easy it is to freeze a wide variety of food items, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite recipes to save you the time and hassle of having to cook a meal every single night. Make more, freeze, enjoy later!
Burritos From The Kitchn. Here’s a step by step guide on how to make and freeze burritos to perfection. It also gives helpful suggestions on great fillings and sides for them!
Chili From Happy Money Saver. I freeze chili constantly. Make an extra large batch, eat half of it and freeze the other half so you’ve got dinner on hand next time you don’t feel like cooking! It freezes very well.
Banana Bread From Money Saving Mom. Did you know that you can freeze banana bread? You can freeze almost any kind of bread actually! Banana just happens to be my favorite. This is a fabulous idea because next time you need a breakfast, snack, or treat for company coming over, this will just be an arm’s reach away.
Cookie Dough From Center Cut Cook. Probably my most favorite thing to make and then freeze: cookie dough. This is a great thing to have in your freezer at all times.
Hamburger Patties From Happy Money Saver. Make the hamburger patties now, eat them later without having to do any work. Win win!
Vegetarian Stew From The Kitchn. Here’s a great vegetarian recipe that is easy to make, and easy to thaw and eat!
Chicken Taquitos From Chef In Training. Who won’t love chicken taquitos?!
Chicken From Betty Crocker. The great thing about making chicken breasts ahead and freezing them is that they can be used for so many things. Eat them plain as is, or use them as fillings for casseroles or tacos!