February Freezer Cooking

I shared my freezer cooking plan last Friday and I’m happy to report that I checked off everything on the list! (without going to the grocery store for any ingredients too!)


(Starting in the front from left)

1 Sausage Pizza


Pizza Pockets (2-4 packs)

Country Ham & Cheese Biscuits (3-4 packs; 1- 2 pack)

Raspberry Muffins (3-2 packs)

Blueberry Muffins (4- 2packs)

Italian Meatballs (3 packs of 10 meatballs)

Black Beans (3-1 cup portions)

1/2 batch Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

Not pictured:

Pot of Pinto Beans (probably will have 4-2 cup portions!)

Refried Beans

I was able to get quite a bit done! I have 3 quick meals, meatballs for 3 meals and 11 quick breakfasts! After 2 hours of cooking I was quite tired (thanks to being almost 29 weeks pregnant!) However after a few minutes of rest I was able to persevere and am glad I did! Now, I need to have about 4 more cooking days to get the freezer stocked up with quick and simple meals for after the baby comes!

2 Replies to “February Freezer Cooking”

  1. Rachel this is such a smart thing to do. When I was pregnant with my twins, I made double batches of lasagna, cheesy chicken rice casserole, enchilada casserole, and fettucini alfredo. We would have one for dinner and I would freeze the second one in an aluminum baking dish. It was a life saver once the babies were home. The church and family provided meals for about 10 days and after that I could just pull a casserole out and bake it for the family. It worked out wonderfully. We were already a family of four before the twins came, so already prepared food was a blessing to this mom! 🙂

  2. I am doing the same thing! I have a baby girl due in 9 weeks. I’ll be checking out your freezer cooking and I have a website too. Thanks for sharing.

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