Our family's go-to cookbook for freezer meals is Fix, Freeze and Feast by Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik. The recipes are written for bulk shopping (Sam's/Costco/etc) and bulk cooking, but are very easy to scale down to just a single meal at a time. We have many, many tried and true family favorite recipes from this book...pecan crusted chicken strips, Ginger Beef (crockpot), chicken and broccoli bake, chicken cordon bleu, cheesy enchilada bake, garlic mashed potatoes, cheese biscuit mix, breakfast burritos. They are all whole foods, no canned soup or processed cheese product.
I go to a meal prep place called Dream Dinners, and make 6-8 freezer meals/month. I love it and have been there for over 5 years!!! Now that I'm retired, kind of wondering if I should just do it myself. Here's what came up on Pinterest searching by "freezer meals: healthy". Boy is this a really big trend! And so smart! Hope you find some you like! link
I have done spaghetti sauce and PW's cheesy garlic bread. Also chicken in a rich broth for chicken and noodles, I just add the noodles after thawing. I'm new to freezer cooking but love doing it for camping trips
~ Dori ~
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