Weekly Menu / Freezer Cooking Plan ~ 7/15

 menu freezer cooking 7.15I’m finally feeling more settled into our barn and have been cooking a little more lately. It helps that I have garden produce coming in now – and lots of it! We’ve been eating a lot of really great, fresh, organic veggies from my garden and are about to eat a lot more! So far, living in a barn isn’t that bad, but one huge negative about the new space is that the downstairs area, where my kitchen is, is a fly haven. It’s hot and nasty in there, and the flies are gross. So, I’m staying out of the kitchen as much as possible. 😉

That said, my garden is about to go really nuts and I will have to start canning. To facilitate canning time, I need meals in my freezer. I’ve been out of freezer meals for quite some time and it’s time to fill the freezer back up again. I made a big Costco run this past weekend and put together a fun plan to fill up my freezer. I’ll be sharing the results of my efforts soon – I’m cooking up 10 1/2 pounds of ground beef, quite a lot of chicken, and some yummy looking sausages. The end result should be about 20 meals in my freezer  – all for a little extra time during my normal meal prep – since my approach to freezer meal cooking is to simple triple or quadruple my recipes and freeze the rest!  This weekly menu / freezer cooking plan ought to keep us eating well for a while!

Weekly Menu / Freezer Cooking Plan 

Breakfasts ~

  • Bagels
  • Yogurt & Berries
  • Eggs & Bacon
  • Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread {extra for the freezer} – I’m going to adapt this Taste of Home recipe and make 4 loaves

Lunches ~

  • Tuna & Crackers
  • Leftovers
  • Salad
  • Homemade cheesy noodles
  • Oven Italian Sandwiches {extra for the freezer}

Dinners ~

That’s what we’re eating this week! What will be on the plate at your house?

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