You’d think the holiday season would be the worst time to plan a freezer meal workshop but it can actually one of the best things you accomplish this month. Having extra meals on hand for those busy nights help you stay sane during a hectic time of year. Who doesn’t want to come home to a warm, delicious home-cooked meal after a cold day shopping for gifts or chopping down a Christmas tree?
For December, we have some delish recipes that get down to the basics of home cooking. Chicken pot pie. Stuffed shells. A rustic chicken stew. All this month’s recipes will warm your heart and your home. I also added a homemade version on PB&J ‘s for the freezer. This will make my son’s school lunches much more exciting since he loves Uncrustables! Keep in mind that all our worksheets are 100% editable so please MAKE THEM YOUR OWN! They are based on a family four so you may want to increase or decrease the amounts as needed for your family size.
Here are the worksheets:
The Decluttering Queen’s Freezer Meal Tip for December
The double wrapping method is the best. Whenever I freeze casseroles I always use the double wrapping method. First, I make the casserole in an 8×8 disposable pan. I then wrap the pan entirely with plastic wrap. I then wrap it again using aluminum foil. Finally, if possible, I place the pan in a one-gallon freezer Ziploc bag. This is a great way to prevent freezer burn. Just make sure to remove the plastic wrap and put the foil back on if needed before baking.