Many of you may be planning to join Crystal at Money Saving Mom and Jessica at Life as Mom for their upcoming freezer days. I thought I would share a few of my favorite sources for obtaining freezer cooking recipes.

My favorite, free, option is Recipezaar. I simply type if OAMC (once a month cooking) and up pop literally hundreds of recipes. I try to only pick the recipes that are rated with 4.5 to 5 stars. The nice thing is that each month when I go back, more recipes have been added, so the options are never stagnant. There is always something new to try.

I also turn to my cookbooks sometimes. One of my favorites is Holly Clegg’s Trim & Terrific Freezer Friendly Meals.

This book is great because not only do the recipes taste good, but all of the recipes containing the nutritional information. I find that some freezer cooking sites are not concerned with fat and calories. This cookbook, however, offers both tasty and health conscious meals.

My other favorite cookbook is Don’t Panic—Dinner’s in the Freezer.

I just bought this book in January, and so far I have enjoyed all of the meals I have cooked. The beginning of the book offers a detailed guide for preparing a freezer cooking day from shopping, to cooking to storing. In addition, each recipe contains the ingredients for making just the original recipe, or the recipe x3, x6, x9. They make all of the measurement adjustments for you, which is great. One less thing to think about during crazy cooking days.

These are the sources I use to get 90% of my recipes for freezer cooking. Do you have other resources you use?

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