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    Default What homemade goodies are in your freezer?

    Hi,

    I like to do a big cook up to stock up my freezer for when I'm time poor or when I need something tasty for my 20 month old.

    Im stuck in a bit of a rut and find myself cooking the same things though so I was wondering what everyone has in their freezer.

    ATM I have spaghetti, homemade baked beans, banana bread, shepherds pie meat, lasagne, pea & ham soup and beef koftas.

    For my 20 month old I have beef & zucchini meatballs, chicken fingers, fish fingers, bliss balls, zucchini slice and sweet potato, carrot, apple & spelt muffins.

    Whats in yours?

    Thanks

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    Our freezer is a bit light on at the moment. We have apple pikelets, pumpkin soup, lamb meatballs, crumbed chicken, beef ragu, mini quiches and apricot bread

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    Beef and red wine casserole, crucmbed chicken balls, cupcakes, banana mini muffins, pumpkin soup, bacon and vegetable soup, bolognese.
    All egg free for my little girl.

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    Not a lot at the moment.

    Kangaroo meatballs
    Cheese & spinach muffins
    Pasties
    Pizza dough
    Daal

    I like to have lots of stuff for DD (21 months) in the freezer, but we're running a little low right now.

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    I mainly have meals so got chow mein, chicken risotto, Mexican pulled pork, honey soy chicken, moroccan lamb casserole, fish curry and Bolognese.

    Snack wise I have sausage rolls, spinach and fetta scrolls, carrot and coconut muffins, banana pikelets and a whole loaf of cheese and ham sandwiches that I've made and frozen.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    hats off to you ladies, seriously. I have just recently started trying to get my act together by cooking and freezing healthy meals to cut down on our spending and improve our health..... each and every time I do the cook up I despise it. I hate doing it so so much, I spend the entire time I'm cooking with a grumpy look on my face, wishing I was doing anything else but.
    And still, all I have in my freezer is some lasange, some penang chicken and some stir fry. That's it. I can't believe how organised you all are, I find it nearly impossible and I'm trying so hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    Not much at the moment and it's all aimed DS2 (20 months)

    Apple, maple & cinnamon mini muffins
    Bolognaise (lots of veg) & cheese scrolls
    Roast lamb & veg hand pies
    Bolognaise (with lots of veg) sauce
    Shredded honey soy chicken
    Roast pumpkin, spinach & fetta mini arancini
    Creamy chicken bolognaise sauce
    Mini beef & veg sausage rolls
    Mini lamb schnitzels (with lamb blackstrap)
    How do you make the bolognaise and cheese scrolls? Sounds like it might work to get some veg into my fussy toddler!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    Beef and red wine casserole, crucmbed chicken balls, cupcakes, banana mini muffins, pumpkin soup, bacon and vegetable soup, bolognese.
    All egg free for my little girl.
    I love the sound of crumbed chicken balls! Is it with chicken mince?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    I love the sound of crumbed chicken balls! Is it with chicken mince?
    Sure is. Its chicken mince, parsley, hint of lemon zest, salt and pepper, grated carrot and rolled in panko breadcrumbs.


 

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