I absolutely love the idea of freezer cooking. Whether you plan weeks or months of meals out at a time, or you just have a few prepared for those “just in case” nights when life gets in the way and you can’t make what you planned to have for dinner.
Whether the meal you need to get to quickly is breakfast, lunch or dinner, there are some great recipes available that are easy to freeze and either warm up or bake when needed, straight from the freezer.
30 Days of Freezer Cooking Recipes
Copy Cat Rhodes Freezer Dinner Rolls – These are definitely a go to item in my freezer. I try to always have a batch in the freezer!
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins – Great for breakfast or after school snack. Easy to grab from the freezer, warm up and serve.
Roasted Veggies – A delicious side dish easy to put together and freeze for when you need it.
Sweet Corn and Rice Casserole – Great side dish to make ahead and pull out when you need something quick to eat with chicken or anything.
Lawnmower Taco – If your family likes tacos, they will love this one that is so easy to put together and very easy to freeze for later.
Sweet Potato and Black Bean Empanadas – Great for a meal or for a school lunch box item. Make a ton to freeze and have ready when needed.
Homemade Breakfast Burritos – Breakfast can be a crazy time of the day, yet it is a very important meal to make sure you get something good to eat.
Shredded Chicken – A great staple that can be used in many recipes. Perfect to have already cooked an on hand for a quick dinner.
Homestyle Chicken and Rice Soup – An awesome soup recipe to put together ahead of time and put in the crockpot when ready to eat.
Slow Cooker Barbecue Sandwiches – This easy recipe can be made in the crockpot and then frozen is multiple packages and thawed when needed.
Strawberries and Cream Breakfast Rolls – I love having breakfast items in the freezer. And this one is so yummy!
Chicken Enchiladas – This great mexican dish is such an easy one to freeze and bake later.
Chicken Puffs – These are so easy to make and freeze great! For a quick meal, lunch or dinner, or a great little after school snack!
Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancakes – Another great item easily frozen for a quick breakfast. The kids can easily heat these up themselves!
Meatball Stragaoff – A great dish so easy to make in multiple batches and freeze for a quick and easy dinner.
Spaghizza – This fun meal can be easily put together and frozen to be cooked another night.
Breakfast Trail Mix Cookies – A great grab and go breakfast treat!
Ham & Scalloped Potatoes – A nice comfort food. Perfect for the cooler winter months.
Grilled Pepper, Onion and Sausage Calzones – An easy one to make and freeze individually for quick lunch or dinner.
Pizza Crust – I love having pizza crust on hand for those nights when we want to make homemade pizza!
Mozzarella Meatballs – Meatballs are a great item to freeze because you can then serve them in a variety of ways.
Spicy Turkey Meatloaf – Meatloaf is a great freezer meal. Easy to make and freeze for later.
Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup – Soup is a great meal to freeze. Perfect for a quick lunch or to go with dinner.
Freezer ColeSlaw – This is a great one for when you need a quick side dish but not a lot of time to pull one together.
Cheesy Ravioli Bake – An easy to freeze recipe perfect for an easy dinner.
Vegetable Lasagna – A favorite for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. And lasagnas freeze quite well.
Crockpot Brunswick Stew – What is easier than freezer cooking than crockpot freezer cooking. This stew recipe is easy to make and perfect for the freezer.
Garlic Mashed Potatoes – We can eat this side dish multiple times a month, so I love to make up a big batch to have it ready to go.
Southwest Rollups – A great item for an after school snack, quick lunch or even dinner!
Sausage Biscuits – What better for breakfast than a yummy sausage biscuit. Grab from the freezer and microwave!
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