|My freezer stocked and full with freezer meals made from Once a Month Mom recipes!|
I did a lot of exploring on the website, and I was hooked and knew this is what I wanted to try. One a Month Mom had great information about how to freeze things properly and how to prepare for a day of cooking.
I chose to try the traditional menu for February. Not only do they give you all of the recipes, but they give you instructions on an order for cooking all of the meals that makes sense, a grocery list, printable labels for all of your freezer items, and the ability to choose how many people in your family are going to be eating the meals (which automatically adjusts the amount of items on your grocery list and the recipes). I am in love!
|Taco Pasta, cooked, frozen, and labeled.|
Here is a rundown of what I made (most items were split into 2 meals):
Mini Ham and Egg Cups
Coffee Cake Muffins
Mini Shepherd's Pies
Stirfry Veggie and Rice Packets
Chicken and Broccoli Bake
Easy Ranch Chicken
Chicken Parmesan Bake
Beef Vegetable Soup
|All the veggies prepped and ready to go.|
|Coffee Cake Muffins|
|Easy Ranch Chicken - labeled with directions and the date (printable from the website).|
Have you tried freezing meals before?
Were you successful?
*I am in no way compensated by this post (Once a Month Mom doesn't know I exist :) ), just thought I would share a good find!
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