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Life Through Photos | Snow Day Freezer Meals

Life Through Photos | Snow Day Freezer Meals

What do you do on a snowy day? For the south, most of the city panics and rushes to the grocery for milk and bread. Instead – I sent my husband to the store to gather items I needed to make {SEVEN} freezer meals. I figured I would be stuck inside so why not put that time to good use.

(this is the link to view and print out the shopping list and recipes I used for these freezer meals)

While my husband was shopping, I was preparing the kitchen.  I cleaned off my kitchen table so that I had even more space to spread out. My husband arrived home and I set everything out so that it was easily accessible.

Snow Day Meal Prep Sweetbottoms Baby 1

One of the first things I did – while the meat was cooking I was chopping the vegetables that were needed. I placed them all in separate bowls so I could just measure what I needed.Snow Day Meal Prep Sweetbottoms Baby 2

Then I labeled all the bags before I put anything in them. I was sure to add any cooking instructions so I didn’t have to refer back to the recipes.Snow Day Meal Prep Sweetbottoms Baby 3 Snow Day Meal Prep Sweetbottoms Baby 4

Find a larger Tupperware bowl, formula can or coffee can and place the bag inside and fold over the edges. This made a sturdy place to add all my ingredients. Snow Day Meal Prep Sweetbottoms Baby 5 Snow Day Meal Prep Sweetbottoms Baby 6

I stacked my bags flat – I find this helpful for storage once they are frozen and they are easier to thaw!Snow Day Meal Prep Sweetbottoms Baby 7

I spent about 3 hours total in preparing and cleaning for this project. I was also attending to lunch and nap times for my kids so there was a little deviation from the task at hand. Best part… I have SEVEN meals frozen and ready to eat whenever (or share with a postpartum mom!)