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Freezer Meal Prepping Our Way Through Covid 19

On April 11 2020 “The Artist and I put up 12 supper meals in the freezer!

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On that day we did recipes 1 – 6 in exactly 1 hour, 36 minutes and  3.29 seconds. Yes. I DID use the stopwatch function on my phone! Recipe #7 had to wait until after Easter Sunday dinner, because I needed the leftover ham for it. 

This is some of the prep work for some of the recipes:

And here’s one in the process, almost ready for the freezer:

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By the end of that 1 hour, 36 minutes and  3.29 seconds, we had THIS!

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On Sunday afternoon, my husband cut up 8 cups of ham, and “The Artist” cut up the onions, carrots and celery. With the 4 LBS of split peas I bought, we now have 2 packages in the freezer of the makings for Split Pea Soup, for a total of 14 meals ready to thaw and cook.Not reheat, cook from scratch.

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Until next time . . .

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Freezer Prep For January!

Fourteen new meal, ready for the freezer!

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“The Artist” and I did all of this in just a couple of hours!

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Prepping and Freezing Again!

Friday, we shopped. Saturday, we put together two each of these recipes for the freezer!

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Browned ground beef cooling for the Lasagna Soup and for the Korean Sloppy Joe Sandwiches.

Onions and green peppers, prepped for various dishes . . .

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Chicken & Veggie Cacciatore, this one for Sunday dinner, plus one in a 2 pound freezer bag.

The product of our labor!

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We also had enough bones with extra meat and skin from the rotisserie chickens to make chicken stock, which is going right now in my 6 quart slow cooker!

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