My Freezer Cooking Accomplishments (and come link up yours!)

I did a mini-Freezer Cooking session last week and here’s what I ended up getting accomplished:

A triple batch of Whole-Wheat Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Three meal’s worth of Marinated Chicken

Two big bags of chicken cooked and chopped/sliced

One loaf Whole-Wheat Bread

Next week, I’m planning to tackle making a big batch of Homemade Baking Mix and plan to also make meatballs and meatloaf. I’ll share the Baking Mix recipe once we’ve tried it.

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  1. Kati says

    I worked all Summer to stock my freezer from the garden. Oh, the hours I spent to have fresh veggies all winter. Then, while we were cleaning out our basement, we apparently accidentally unplugged our freezer. We lost lots of meat, all our veggies, and a myriad of other goodies that I had stocked up on from couponing faithfully. Yes, I cried. A lot. Glad to hear that all of you have stocked freezers, but don’t mind me if I sulk a little over what we’ve lost.

  2. says

    been so busy doing it, I hadn’t thought about blogging about it, good idea, I think we have finally made enough sauce from our tomatoes this year to last all winter!
    blessings, Penny Raine

  3. says

    How do you freeze your home made bread? Do you bag it? double bag it? I never have luck with freezing bread- either store bought or home made. It always either comes out mushy or tastes very stale. I even tried putting in the oven to warm it up and it came out too hard. Any tips?

  4. Lyndie Mansfield says

    I make my own baking mix. So far have only used it for pancakes and biscuits, but there are tons of other things you can make from it as well. I love having it on hand as it is MUCH cheaper than buying it.

  5. Sandy says

    Great minds Crystal! I was cooking and freezing on the same day. I made a double recipe of meatballs, a double recipe of Ricotta, Spinach and Proscuitto ravioli, 2 pans of Chicken Tetrazzini, a double batch of Spiced Oatmeal Raisin cookies, and Spinach, White Bean and Cheese Ravioli soup. The soup was dinner that night. Great feeling of accomplishment to get so much done in one day!

  6. says

    My first try at freezer cooking- I loved it and will do for 2 weeks at a time! So inspired when I read about all of you who have experience…thanks!

  7. says

    Can’t wait to see how your baking mix turns out! I was coming to check and see if you had posted the recipe. I would love to find a homemade version since Bisquick can be very pricey. I love to use it to bread meat for pan frying, or oven baking – it puffs up and makes it so good!

  8. says

    Hi everyone,

    I have finally found time this week to bake a fresh Frosted Yummy Banana Cake(click above link – apologies I missed this comment box on 1st posting), and have taken a photo – it really is simple and fast to prepare. Just don’t forget about it in the oven !!

    Blueberry Muffins are on my to do list on Thursday. Can’t wait !