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    Ham and cheese is fine to freeze. Its not the most environmentally friendly option, but I freeze mine in individual small freezer bags with a knot tied in it. Cling wrap is not as good as moisture gets in. You could also freeze in plastic containers if you had enough to go around.

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    Bumping for new years inspiration 😊

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    I make and freeze

    Pikelets
    Banana bread
    Apple and oat muffins

    Ham&cheese scrolls
    Cheesymite scrolls
    Mini pizzas
    Meatballs
    Fish cakes
    Falafels
    Zucchini fritters
    Corn fritters.

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    we only make and freeze dinner stuff ahead of time. things like:

    pasta sauce (used in pasta or lasagna)

    meatballs in sauce

    polish cabbage rolls

    polish dumplings

    soup

    I'm also planning to start doing risotto then freezing. hoping it freezes ok/reheats nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    On Mondays I bake muffins or scrolls, make a loaf's worth of sandwiches, cook chickpeas or kidney beans, and make biscuits or a slice for the weeks lunches. I also cook for all the days I work so 3 meals plus make up a huge green salad for my lunches/dinners and another salad either bean or roasted veg.
    You are superwoman RHA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    You are superwoman RHA!
    Hahaha. Not now. Till school starts I'm on holidays

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    I'm doing a cook up tomorrow. Slow cooked butter chicken, banana bread, another slow cooked meal over night and then sandwiches. I'll also do sausage rolls and mini quiches for lunch box snacks.

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    Hopefully in the next week I will get a head start on school snacks. My sister has just given me her 6 foot freezer. Well we will pick it up soon. My freezer is pretty full at the moment so I am excited about all that freezer space.

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    Usual freezer meals like spag sauce, lasagne, taco/mexican mince, cottage pie, soup, casseroles.
    My oldest is against sandwiches for lunch so I make and freeze scrolls, puff pastry pinwheels and mini muffin quiches.
    I also bake at least twice a week.

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    I freeze wraps and sandwiches for the week. Usually chicken and cheese and ham and cheese. I poach chicken breasts for sandwiches/ wraps.

    I also freeze either a batch of muffins/ banana bread/ pikelets/slices for lunchbox snacks.I have a few containers with pre-chopped fruit and carrot sticks in zip-lock bags ready for lunch boxes, along with zip-locked pop-corn and rice crackers.

    Left-overs are frozen in small containers, ready for DH and I to take for lunches. I also have a stock of things like rice pouches and salmon and tuna tins on hand as a back-up.

    I pack all of our lunch boxes the night before so mornings aren't as rushed.

    For dinners, I meal plan on weekends and freeze ahead a couple of meals, for other meals, I pre-chop vegetables so they are ready to go.

    For example for the coming week, I have a frittata, sweet potato soup and pasta sauce in the freezer along with pre- chopped stir fry meat and veges. I also pre-prepared a lemon, herb and Parmesan crumb for baked fish later in the week and froze it in a zip-lock bag. Tomorrow I will slow cook corned beef and have veges chopped ready to throw in slow cooker before I leave for work. I keep things like steam fresh veges, rice pouches, cous cous and kestrel potatoes which can be quickly steamed in microwave as quick and easy back-up sides for evening meals.

    After eight years of part-time working, I've recently returned to full-time work and if I don't do meal prep and/or planning on the weekend it's much more hectic during the week.

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