As I profess my love for a fully stocked house, I’m sharing my freezer cooking recipes. You know, so you too can rest easy knowing you’re all stocked up!
Chili, Soup, Sauces and more, it’s so easy to prep and freeze great meals (and leftovers too) for a later date. And you know how much I love to have a stocked freezer!
9 of My Favorite Freezer Cooking Recipes
There are some meals that my family requests over and over again. To help me keep up with everyday meals here are nine of my most-often made-and-frozen recipes.
Slow cooker chili that is equally good with or without meat and is perfect with all sorts of canned beans! Put it on in the morning & it's ready at dinner.
Classic chicken soup gets a new twist by using store-bought organic broth and a few key staples.
Why buy premade, prepackaged taco seasoning that's full of who knows what? It's so easy to make taco seasoning from scratch!
Moist and delicious this simple gluten free banana bread recipe is made with rice flour, tapioca starch and soft bananas. Recipe makes 3 loaves. Reduce for less.
Easy-peasy homemade spaghetti sauce paired with pasta for a quick meal!
You need an easy dinner, yes? This 3 ingredient slow cooker pulled chicken is super simple with only a few basic ingredients.
Slow Cooker Chili | Basic Chicken Soup | Taco Seasoned Meat | Slow Cooker Cabbage Casserole | Gluten Free Banana Bread | Spaghetti Sauce | Poached Chicken | 3 Ingredient Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken | Dairy Free Cream of Broccoli Soup
Tip: Many of these dishes could come in handy for last minute guests or a weekend potluck that you don’t have time to prepare for!
How Long Should You Store Foods in the Freezer
If you’re wanting to make food and store it for later, it’s good to know how long you should store certain foods and which foods to avoid freezing altogether.
Technically, if food is in the freezer and the freezer is plugged in and functioning at an optimal temperature of -18 degrees celsius (or 0 degrees fahrenheit), food will never go bad. However, freezer burn has a way of ruining the taste and texture of foods even though they haven’t ‘gone bad’.
As a general rule, foods will stay free of freezer burn for three months, if they’re in a sealed package. The more often you open the freezer and the less secure the packaging, the quicker the freezer burn.