Freezer Cooking Plan for March, 2017

In preparation for my upcoming foot surgery, I’m making a lot of freezer meals.  I still have about 16 meals in the freezer from my January freezer cooking session, thankfully.  I’ll need to have enough food for lunches and dinners for about a month, which is why I still have to make more. I don’t […]

Freezer Cooking: Eating Healthy When You’re Short on Time

I first discovered freezer cooking when I was pregnant for one of my daughters.  Back then, my freezer cooking days were a lot different than they are now.  I would cook for an entire day and fill the freezer with meals that we could eat later in the month. Sometimes I still do that, but […]

Paleo AIP Freezer Cooking Session, January 2017

One of my children has been recently diagnosed with irritable bowel.  The doctor recommended that she either go on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet or the Paleo AIP diet for at least 8 weeks.  I researched both, but in the end I decided on the Paleo AIP diet because I’m more familiar with it, and it […]

Freezer Cooking Wrap Up, January 2017

One of my plans to make putting healthy food on the table easier in 2017 is to have a freezer cooking session once a month.  I froze a few meals at the end of December, but I knew I needed to have a big freezer cooking session in January.  So, when grass-fed ground beef went […]

Freezer Cooking Session, January 2017

My mom went home after visiting us for 5 weeks.  I’ll greatly miss both her company and her help around the house!  To try to ease the transition and since Sprout’s had grass-fed beef on sale for $3.99 a pound, I decided I’ll make a slew of beef freezer meals this Sunday and Monday.  (Whenever […]

Homeschool Review Crew: My FreezEasy

I’m no stranger to freezer cooking.  It something I did a lot when the girls were little and I was in survival mode.  But as our various food intolerances grew, I stopped freezer cooking as often. This post contains affiliate links which help support Mom’s Plans. I’ve tried off and on to get into freezer […]

Freezer Cooking Wrap-Up for October, 2015

I had a freezer cooking session this weekend for the first time in almost a year. I forgot what a pain it can be to cook for three hours.  In fact, I stopped after three hours on Saturday and then did another 1.5 hour bout Monday night.  However, I know I will be SO glad […]

Freezer Cooking Plan for Two Weeks, October 2015

The temperatures are finally dropping a bit, and our schedule has gotten sufficiently busy enough, that it’s finally time for a freezer cooking session.  I’m going to start small, with just a few meals that will probably last us for two weeks with maybe a meal or two leftover. Since I just got my computer […]

April 2013 Freezer Cooking Grocery List & Complete Instructions – Make 30+ Meals! Can Be Dairy Free, Gluten Free

  So many of you have asked for a comprehensive freezer cooking plan–a step-by-step guide to a freezer cooking session, that I decided to create one based on the freezer cooking I did in the beginning of April. If you want to just dabble in freezer cooking and start slowly, this probably isn’t the plan […]

Freezer Friendly Homemade French Fries

We love french fries, but we don’t like the cost of frozen store bought ones–or all of the icky chemicals that come with them. We never buy store bought frozen french fries anymore.  Now, I prepare them specifically for the freezer, and we can pull out the amount we want on the night we want […]