If you find yourself with a packed fridge and are up for a challenge, try making bigger batches of your recipes and put them in the freezer for later. You will thank yourself when you come home from a long day and remember you have a homemade meal waiting to be warmed up. Let’s take a look at some recipes that make great freezer meals!
Keep warm on a cold day with this recipe. Since you made this recipe prior, you are able to sit back, relax, and get comfy while you heat up this delicious soup.
Slow-Cooker Beef Chili
This recipe can feed small or large groups of people in just a few minutes. All you need to do is reheat it over low heat and add a splash of water if needed. It will taste like it was just made and fill you right up.
Instead of using ricotta in baked ziti, this recipe calls for Parmesan béchamel. This is a game-changer when baking and heating it back up. Your ziti won’t be dried out and it will taste just as fresh as the day you made it.
Did you know you can premake biscuits one month ahead of bake time? With that being said, this biscuit recipe is worth a try. This flaky, soft, and golden brown biscuit will be a great side to any meal. Ditch the premade biscuits from your local grocery store and use this recipe instead.
Brown Butter And Toffee Cookies
New Year means new recipes. If you have a sweet tooth and are looking to try something new, brown butter and toffee cookies with chocolate chips are the way to go. This simple recipe can be made three days prior to baking. Make sure you make enough because these cookies will go fast.
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Roasted Tomato Soup
It’s that time of the year when tomato soup and grilled cheese is the favorite meal of the week. Instead of canned soup, try this recipe. We promise you this tomato soup recipe is bursting with flavor. It will reheat easily and go great with your homemade grilled cheese perfectly.