10 Things I Learned From My First Attempt at Freezer Cooking

“I have been following Money Saving Mom® for over a year now, and I have long been curious about the concept of Freezer Cooking. As I was creating my meal plan for this week, I looked on Crystal’s website for some Freezer Cooking Recipes. It was then that I realized that her recipes were not all that different from recipes that I already use. This was a new idea to me!”

Read the rest of my guest post on Money Saving Mom here!

Have you ever tried freezer cooking before?  What were some of the pros/cons that you observed?

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7 Responses to “10 Things I Learned From My First Attempt at Freezer Cooking”

  1. shelley says:

    I love the philosophy behind your blog. I found you from MSM and I am in love with your blog. I need to count my blessings more often, thank you for this reminder.

    • Jessica says:

      Thank you! It’s really therapy for me. I have a critical nature…lending itself to comparing and complaining. So here I choose joy and gratitude. It’s been a great discipline for me. It’s changed my whole outlook, and my interactions with my family. I want to always remember how richly blessed I am. :)

  2. K Quinn says:

    Hi Jessica! I enjoyed your post on MoneySavingMom . I love freezer cooking. I’ve been doing it as long as I’ve been married (15 years). I do small batches and one type of food at a time. I also freeze baked good and mixes for making more than one type of dish.

    3 Books I count on…

    1. The Complete Make a Mix Cookbook
    2. Make Your Own Groceries (I think this is out of print but you can get used copies on Amazon)
    3. Taste of Home Freezer Pleasers (the latest addition to my cookbook collection after discovering it in the library).

    Freezer cooking is the busy mom’s best friend…one of them anyway

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