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TURTLESDOVE Posts: 1,061
3/27/13 3:48 P

thanks Erica. I'll have to check that out. Being a working mom and having to do all the housework, too, plus raising a 3 year old BOY is taking it's toll on me.

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3/27/13 2:54 P

I find stews, curries, chillies, soups and one-pot meals in general are good things to make in large quantities and then freeze in batches, at least in winter when I want to eat them.

ALGEBRAGIRL Posts: 1,790
3/27/13 10:55 A

Thanks for posting that. I love her list of freeze-ahead recipes. The stuffed pretzels look delicious.

ERICADURR Posts: 241
3/26/13 11:41 P

I know a lot of posts I come across allude to "easier" meals, and I just found a really cool blog that has a bunch of recipes that freeze well, making it a snap to throw something in the oven after a long day rather than stopping for fast food or eating junk.

The link is http://joelens.blogspot.com/2007/01/freeze
r-friendlymake-ahead.html and I'm pretty impressed by how many there are! :)

Are there any other meals that you know freeze well? (I've come to the conclusion that rice does NOT freeze as well as I had hoped.)

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