I really have found most things to be awesome reheated as long as they taste good in the frist place. If you are going to be making lots of home made tv dinners I suggest getting a food saver. Mine has been a life saver and not a week has gone by in 2 years that I havent used it. I even put breast milk in it for my son! Get one, trust me. They save time and money. All you do is buy small plastic plates. Fill them up with your favorite par cooked veggies and fully cooked meats and vacume seal for like a year! Corn on the cob in December takes the chill out of the air!
Its not just about weight, its about setting goals!
There is a great recipe for sweet potato, black bean burriots on sparkrecipes. It makes 12 so I make them, wrap them individually and then freeze them. All you have to do is heat them up and top with some bottled salsa. I also have made stuffed peppers in advance and then reheated them in the microwave for a meal. Soups can be made and frozen and then reheated in the microwave as well.
I am looking for some good reheatable meal ideas. I'm the 'motorhome' mom on weekends at events we go to, and I'm in charge of the food for myself and 2 guys. It's my goal to keep us all eating healthy, but is hard to do with limited fridge space and not really wanting to cook (stove and oven) inside. I need ideas for foods I can freeze and reheat in the microwave easily. Any ideas?
One must eat to live and not live to eat.
Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.
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