Freezer Cooking Daze


It’s that time again! Time for some bulk cooking!  I love being able to go to the freezer for a snack or meal starter. I’m not undertaking too much this time because I’m super busy trying to stay on top of the housework, taking care of a very busy one year old, working out, getting ready for Blissdom and on and on.  Oh, and I have a huge interior design job that I’m working on as well!

Here is my plan:

I will be bagging to freeze all of this except the granola!  I’ll keep you posted on how everything goes!

Be sure to check out Money Saving Mom and FishMama for more bulk cooking plans!


  1. (found you on twitter)

    Looks like a good plan.. I’m going to start tomorrow, if all goes well, and do mostly baking since I still have plenty from the December #oamc. I may freeze a few pizza dough batches too. I haven’t done that yet. I found a really good 15 minute one which I tested out last week. It didn’t take long but will try it frozen too.
    .-= ter@waaoms´s last blog ..Friday Funny: Brain Freeze =-.

  2. Great list! I have made all of those ahead at one time or another, except pizza dough. What do you DO with it once you make the dough? I usually just through the ingredients in the bread machine if I decide to make pizza for dinner, and then I bake the pizza on a 9×14 pan. I would think round pans would be easier for the freeze-ahead type of dough, right?
    .-= Dawn´s last blog ..Many Irons in the Fire =-.

  3. Myra, I was wondering how you go about storing them to freeze. I tried to do some bulk cooking and froze them in ziplock bags and they got freezer burned really quickly. I also froze glass…which broke in the freezer. What would you suggest?
    Love Helen Joy
    .-= Helen Joy´s last blog ..3 Things =-.

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