Paleo Menu: Freezer Meals

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PALEO FREEZER MEALS

 

I was recently inspired by Kathleen’s 25 Meals in 4 1/2 Hours – Freezer to Crockpot Monthly Cooking!  post and thought how lovely it would be do a bunch of freezer meals for the days I feel like giving up and going to get take out.   I already make use of my crock pot once a week but the convenience of a put together meal sounds  like nirvana.

A couple quick tips about freezing meals.

  • Make sure the food is completely cooled before you throw in the freezer.
  • Plastic bags work better as you don’t have to worry about them breaking (like glass jars) and they don’t take up much room.
  • Try to get out all the air if you’re going to use plastic bags.
  • Label the bag with the date so you’re not eating 2 year old freezer meals that taste like freezer burn.  It’s best to eat this meals within a 3 month time period.
  • Defrost before reheating!

Here are seven dishes to get you started on your Paleo freezer meal journey:

 

Paleo Freezer Meals

Monday – Hunger Games Lamb Stew with Dried Plums
Tuesday – Apple Cider-Glazed Turkey Meatballs
Wednesday -Pizza Casserole
Thursday – Pineapple Teriyaki Pork
Friday - Honey & Spice Glazed Pork Chops
Saturday -Roasted Poblano and Pumpkin Chili
Sunday – Harvest-Spiced Chicken Stew

 

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Comments

    • Kelly Bejelly says

      Tee Hee, I often don’t. I do come back to my menus and pick an choose what sounds good for the night though :P

  1. Ashleen Moreen says

    I never been tried to cook Paleo but I would like to try this at home. Thanks for the recipe and the information on how to cook this.

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