Fill up your freezer with one-dish meals that aren’t casseroles. Here are five recipes to make now and dig into later.
During the week, your mornings are hectic; on weekends, your mornings are meant for being lazy. Your saving grace, no matter the day, is a premade batch of this buttermilk pancake batter. Don’t forget that pancakes make a great dinner, too!
At the center of this hearty dish is a no-cook filling—it’s just black beans, cheese, spinach, corn, scallions, and seasoning. Add a can’t-mess-this-up sauce and you’ve got one of Martha’s easiest dinner recipes ever. Her other freezer-friendly meals are just as great.
In addition to serving eight and being a cinch to prep, this freezer meal recipe from Kitchen Daily allows you the freedom to use your favorite cheeses. Their spot-on suggestion: a blend of Mimolette aged Gouda and Vella dry jack. Bust it out for a night of easy, cheesy indulgence.
These mini pizzas are made in a 24-cup muffin tin and then tossed in the freezer. You can use store-bought pizza sauce or make your own version. Think Bagel Bites—but a million times healthier and tastier.
Freezer meals don’t end with dinner! You can store away certain desserts for up to two months. Pull out this classic apple pie from Good Cheap Eats during holiday meals and other special occasions where the crowd expects a sweet treat but you don’t have the time to make it.
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