One-Hour Freezer Cooking: Pizza Pockets, Pepperoni Pizza, and Flaky Biscuits

One-Hour Freezer Cooking

I did a One-Hour Freezer Cooking session today while Jesse was making dinner. It was so fun for the two of us to be working in the kitchen together!

I ground some whole-wheat flour first since I was running low on flour.

One-Hour Freezer Cooking

And had a little spill with the flour mill… whoops!

 

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After grinding up some flour, I made a batch of Freezer-Friendly Pizza Dough.

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I used half of the Freezer-Friendly Pizza Dough to make Pizza Pockets.

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I basically just put a little pizza sauce (leftover from something I made last week) and some pepperoni and shredded cheese (also leftover from another recipe — I’d stuck the extras in the freezer last week) and then folded them up and baked them.

One-Hour Freezer Cooking

I used the rest of the dough, pepperoni, pizza sauce, and shredded cheese to make a pepperoni pizza.

One-Hour Freezer Cooking

Finally, I made a batch of Flaky Biscuits. I had found this recipe earlier and wanted to try it since it seemed so simple.

It was SO easy — and I was really happy with the end results. For all whole-wheat biscuits made with coconut oil, these were delicious. {I used regular milk instead of Silk since that’s what I had on hand.}

One-Hour Freezer Cooking

While I was cooking on one side of the kitchen, Jesse was working on the other side making a new recipe he found for Bell Pepper Nachos.

One-Hour Freezer Cooking

I was very impressed with how this recipe turned out. They were flavorful, easy to put together, and very nutritious.

Most of all, it was just fun to hang out in the kitchen with my husband — and to also have his help with clean-up (my least favorite part of cooking!) I feel so blessed that our new lifestyle here in TN is giving us opportunities to slow down and just live everyday life together like this!

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