Sunday, June 6, 2010

Freezer Cooking Adventure (Pictures)

The fridge

The pantry

Onions, peppers, and garlic

Crockpot and freezing/baking pans

Clean-up station

Recipe and labelling station

Pulled Pork Sandwiches



Sloppy Joes

Salisbury Steak

Garlic Beef Bake

Stuffed Peppers

Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Stuffing Pie

Chicken Noodle Soup

Baked Ziti



  1. There are no amount of words to describe how much I love this. If I didnt have a dinky little apartment kitchen I would do the same thing. I may still do it on a smaller scale. I love the idea of buying the disposable pans- so smart!!!!

  2. I am really thankful for our freezer. I have wanted one for years, but we lived in an apartment or townhome and didn't have a garage to store it. Once we got one, I thought, "I better use that since I talked Lee into it." The pans were a lifesaver. They were 3 for $1.00 at Kroger. I wouldn't do it any other way unless you have a few of the same sized pans and can foil line and wait for them to freeze and then wrap. I think that is more trouble than it is worth to save a few bucks. I did a lot in freezer bags which I coupon and get for 5cents or less a bag. You can do one or two recipes and freeze them. I have done that before. That way you only have to prep once and have a meal in the freezer when you need it. The mess is the worst part in my opinion. Good luck! Let me know if you need any help if you do it. :)

  3. Wow! Just Wow! I am so impressed Ashley! Maybe I need to consider something like this. Your kitchen looks very pretty. :-)


  4. This blows me away!! I need to do this on a smaller scale, since we don't have an extra freezer. Love it!

  5. As your first commenter said. There are no words. Goodness! Was this all in one day? I usually do one or two kinds per prep. I actually haven't done much more than meatballs lately as I got burnt out after the summer harvest.
    Well just a person dropping by. Thanks for the great pics!