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    Broccoli soup
    Pumpkin soup
    Tuna and tomato pasta
    Veggie Lasagne
    Beef Casserole, and
    Apple muffins

    I can never be bothered doing a big cook up to stock the freezer so find an easy way is to cook dinner slightly bigger each night and freeze 1 or 2 portions. I find that if left overs go in the fridge, half the time they don't get touched so get thrown out after a few days but if I put a bit in the freezer each night then I can get away with not cooking 1 or 2 nights a week and we have a good selection of quick healthy meals to choose from.
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    Yum! I need to start our stockpile from scratch again as we have just moved interstate. When we get moved onto the new house ill be trying some of these!
    I always kept in our freezer: minestrone soup, chicken and vegetable soup (individual servings), muffins, bolognaise sauce and would as a pp said - freeze our meal leftovers into single portions for when we need lunches or a quick dinner. These would be beef strog, Mexican style rice etc.

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    http://kojo-designs.com/2012/04/gett...eezer-cooking/


    I have bought the ingredients and will be preparing these meals on Friday. The fact that they aren't cooked, but are ready to cook makes them good because they take up less room in the freezer and can be eaten 'fresh'.

    Might be good for those who don't like the reheated food business.

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