Make 2 Casseroles And Freeze The Second - But Wait! There'S More!
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Line the 2nd casserole dish w/ heavy-duty foil, leaving enough to fold over the top, then fill, close up and freeze. When frozen, remove foil package - you get your dish back, and when you want to eat the frozen casserole, just put it back in the dish and bake. To clean up, just toss the foil!
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When I am making tuna noodle casserole....or Spinach stuffed turkey meatloaf....mac & cheese....I make two....and freeze one so that I always have a delicious meal...even when I have no time to cook. I freeze it in the small casserole dish that I am putting in the oven.
When you're trying to cook healthy for one, there's always a risk that your veggies will spoil before you can eat them -- so try to "combine" recipes! Find two or three recipes you love with the same basic ingredients, and make them together!
Try to find recipes that freeze well, and freeze half of each dish you make. I will buy tomatoes and peppers, then make tortilla soup, salsa, and some kind of mexican casserole or enchiladas...freeze some of the soup and casserole, and jar some of the salsa!
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