Category: Stock Your Freezer Tips
Parmesan Chicken and Rice Bake featured on ifood.tv
Freezer Meals with Jenny Stanger Recipe Video
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Most people don’t really hate cooking â€” they just hate the pressure and all the work of coming up with something for dinner every night of the week. You can build up a good supply of dinners in your freezer this way. Jenny says: “On the nights you feel like cooking, you can. But when you don’t feel like it, use those ‘frozen assets’ in the freezer. Along with more family time, freezer meals also help you save $200-$300 a month. Freezer meals save you time, money and sanity.”
Family Reunion Meals Made Easy
We just had a wonderful family reunion with my in-laws in Ashton, Idaho.Â It involved staying in a massive cabin with 17 adults and 17 kids, a hike to a nearby waterfall (Mesa Falls), and trip to the gorgeous sand dunes in Saint Anthony. Â We also ate a lot of good food and played a lot of deep belly laughing games.Â To make sure no one person was stuck in the kitchen the entire time, we organized it so each family teamed up with one other to make dinner on one of the nights.Â Breakfast and lunch was set out by the reunion hosts.
Our first night in Ashton we had a hot dog bar with 3-4 different signs instructing you how to make your hot dog special.Â Very cute idea!Â
Freezer Meal Exchange Group
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Check out her blog for more great freezer recipes.
I received a phone call yesterday from an amazing lady who is planning a freezer meal exchange on a large group level.Â Her plan is to haveÂ 40 people go to 7 different homes to make 6 or 7 freezer meals to take home.Â
Easy Raspberry Jam
RaspberryÂ jam is like a dessert at our house and I want to show you how easy it is to make.Â Â Â It really is as simple as making instant pudding!Â Freezer jam can be made from fresh or frozen berries, soÂ stock upÂ whenÂ berries are on sale or freeze your extra fruit.Â Â I have switched to use Ball Pectin instead of MCP Pectin.Â Ball Pectin only takes 3 minutes to stir, 1 1/2 cups of sugar and 30 minutes to sit on your counter and you are DONE.Â Â Now that is easy!