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Last Week’s Freezer Cooking Session

So many of you loved me live-videoing my freezer cooking session last time around that I went ahead and did the same this time, too.

Last Week's Freezer Cooking Session

If you want a laugh, you can watch the entire video of my freezer cooking here. I was a little scatter-brained and had to change things up on the fly because I didn’t have all of the ingredients and forgot to follow the muffin recipe.

The good news? Everything turned out really well!

This Week's Freezer Cooking

This new Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin recipe was a winner (here’s our other recipe that we love, too.)

This Week's Freezer Cooking

And, as I talked about on the video, I have fallen in love with these reusable muffin liners that I got from Amazon (they are just $3.08 shipped for a dozen right now!)
This Week's Freezer Cooking

I was going to make burritos, but decided to do a Taco Casserole instead because it was quicker and I realized I didn’t have any refried beans. My family loved this creation of mine! (Lots of cheese makes just about any recipe creation taste yummy, though, right??)

This Week's Freezer Cooking

This Crockpot Taco Soup is so easy to make and so versatile!

Did you do any freezer cooking this week? Tell us about it in the comments!

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13 Comments

  1. Mary says:

    What do you think of the digital crockpot? One of mine needs replaced and that one looked neat. Christmas is coming!! 😀

  2. Freezer cooking is such a great idea and definitely a smart money saving option instead of take-out on busy week nights! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Keelie says:

    That casserole looks amazing. 😀

  4. Beth says:

    Are the reusable muffin liners easy to clean? They look so pretty!

  5. alana says:

    I have been canning meals in jars to save on freezer space. Plus you don’t have to temember to thaw. 😊

    Last week I canned batches of: chili, sloppy joes, chicken soup and beef stew. So convenient now that almost everyone in the house is working and/or in college.

  6. Kristina says:

    I did my freezer cooking Saturday. I made chocolate chip banana muffins too! Also chocolate chip banana pancakes. One of my grocery stores sells ripe bananas in a big sack for a dollar and its about eight pounds usually. I also did dough balls for dinner rolls, bread machine cinnamon rolls, hot dog chili, chicken nuggets for kids lunches, a few meatloaves, 2 pans of French toast bake, chicken pot pie, milk and cereal pops for kids snacks, breakfast burritos, and bean and cheese burritos. I love freezer cooking!!

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