I bring my lunches to work and I love homemade soup. I make a batch each weekend for enough for 8 to 10 servings. I then freeze it in small containers.I make up my own soups with what I have and like to add. Its also a good way to keep the sodium down.
I add the recipes to my sparks recipe box and its a quick add to my nutrition page. Now that our kids are out of the house we can just grab a quick dinner out of the freezer after a long day at work. I use those food saver bags and the food does not get freezer burn.
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I buy fruits such as blueberries/strawberries/mago/pineapple/bananas and low fat yogurt. I got containers and measured each fruit and made different fruit combinations and freeze them. Each morning I open a container, add 1/4 cup yogurt and 1 cup milk or other dairy product and blend it up. Delicious and nutritious! ( I sometimes add 1/4tsp sugar) 4
I make each fruit batch 1-1 1/4 cups and it makes about 2 cups
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