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    Meals: pea & ham soup, chicken & vege soup, bolognaise sauce, and tomato and onion pasta sauce. All quite easy to make up in bulk.

    The tomato pasta sauce is so easy, fried onions and garlic, chopped up fresh tomatoes (we had heaps from our garden this year but tinned work just as well) and some chopped up fresh herbs, salt and pepper and it's done. I use it as a base, sometimes I'll fry off bacon or chopped up chicken thighs and add whatever vege we have (usually a combination of carrots, spinach or zucchini) and then pour over pasta. Quick and easy tasty meal.

    Also some lunch box treats for the girls: blueberry & coconut muffins, mini sugar free choc cupcakes, nut free date balls and sugar free shortbreads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    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
    What is the recipe for apricot bread? That sounds nice.

    today I made chilli con carne, meatballs in sauce for spaghetti and pea and ham soup. I a making sausage rolls tomorrow and hope to get some chicken coconut curries in by the end of the holidays. School terms are full on for us.

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    Usually I'm stocked up ... But being school holidays I'm off work so not so much freezer prep needed. I've only got

    Pumpkin, carrot & zuchinni soup
    Pasta bake
    Raspberry yoghurt muffins
    Date and walnut cake

    I usually have much more ... Especially for my boys while I'm working. I love the slow pace of school hols

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    Scrolls - vegemite, pizza
    Slices - Anzac, weet bix
    Muffins - oat and banana, sultana
    Chicken and mayo rolls
    Banana bread
    Jersey caramels and coconut rough

    Wow - more than I thought!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Nothing. * glare* i never cook and then freeze, it nevers turns out as good reheating for me
    I have this issue too, for some reason I never like it once defrosted. Not sure what I'm doing wrong.

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    Not much, only:

    Homemade sausage rolls
    Stock
    Chopped up fruit for smoothies
    Biscuit dough
    Coconut rough

    My freezer is quite small and I don't really have room for lots of precooked stuff.
    Also like pp most frozen meals don't turn out as well for me when I reheat.

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    Hot cross buns/fruit buns
    Pizza scrolls
    Cheese and bacon scrolls

    Sandwiches

    Meals
    Southern fried chicken
    Honey soy and bbq chicken legs
    Stir fries
    Stews
    Pasta bakes
    Lasagna
    Curries

    That's all at the moment. Normally there would be more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Nothing. * glare* i never cook and then freeze, it nevers turns out as good reheating for me
    This is us. My kids hate reheated food. I can get it past my 11 month old but the others - nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyles View Post
    I have this issue too, for some reason I never like it once defrosted. Not sure what I'm doing wrong.
    I would love to follow in everyone's footsteps here but unfortunatly I'm the same as you too. The most I can freeze is a pasta bake or homemade meat pie. Only freeze it for a week.

    All these treats in everyone's freezer is making me hungry!! 😁😁


 

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