Crockpot Freezer Cooking

Want to cut down on dinner prep for the summer and not use your oven as much? Check out this Crockpot Freezer Cooking session from Loving My Nest.

You can also read about her Crockpot Freezer Cooking Session #1 and Session #2.

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  1. Mrs S says

    What perfect timing! I am making slow-cooker freezer meals today to take to our condo on vacation next week!

    • Mary G says

      We usually rent a cottage or house for vacations and cook our own meals, too. It never occurred to me to use a slow cooker. That’s a great idea!

  2. Bonnie says

    I like these much better than ‘cook once, eat twice’ recipes where you cook 2x the recipe then freeze half. Once something has been cooked it just isn’t good to me frozen then heated over…too mushy. Thanks for posting these!

  3. Melissa says

    Great idea and amazingly a couple of the meals would work for my allergic family!

    Has anybody tried these? Are they any good?

    I tried some crockpot to freezer meals a couple years ago and they weren’t that tasty.

  4. Michele says

    I love this idea because I don’t have a dishwasher or air conditioner. I am a stay at home mom and cook 3 meals a day every day. My only dilemma is that my family won’t eat casserole type meals and doesn’t eat any soups in the summer. I am going to do the stuffed peppers and a meatloaf and hamloaf. Thank you!

  5. Paula says

    Janell from has a lot of crockpot freezer meals on her site. Some i’ve been able to adapt for our allergies too. The crockpot ribs is so easy!

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