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I love to cook!  It is one of the ways that I provide for my family.  It is part of my role as a wife and a mom... and I love it!  A lot of times, there just isn't enough time in the day to take care of my children, homeschool, keep my home, etc. AND provide a healthy home-cooked meal so, freezer cooking has become one of my favorite things.  So often, here on my blog you will find me writing about my newest freezer cooking adventures and my favorite recipes! I would LOVE to know your favorite things to cook and/or freeze, so leave a comment and share your recipes or a link to your recipes at any time!  If you have any questions about my freezer cooking methods, don't be afraid to ask.  I would love to help you provide for your family in this way.  I also often reference "my book" it is not a book I have written, but a book I use, and love.  It is called Don't Worry Dinner's In the Freezer...and there is a link to it!  Now...on to my recipe posts:

Tater Tot Casserole
All American Meatloaf
Salisbury Steak
Chicken Pasta Salad
Summer Fruit and Chicken Salad
Cheesy Italian Chicken
Smothered Chicken
Chicken Cacciatore
Hamburger Vegetable Soup
Simple Italian Grilled Chicken
Strawberry Freezer Jam
Fruit Salad
Banana Bread
Pumpkin Bread
Taco Soup
Seasoned Oyster Crackers
Cucumbers and Onions
Caramel Corn
Zucchini Salsa
Chicken Pot Pie 
Breakfast Burritos

I freeze almost all of these, except for the salads, etc.  Here is a link to my freezing and canning plan for 2011.  We'll see how far I get!

Other Foods that I often freeze are:

Chicken Dishes, many recipes are found in my favorite new recipe book--listed above!
Ground beef or Turkey, seasoned with salt and pepper and onion--Ready to go for quick spaghetti. Frozen in 1 pound servings.
Taco Meat, Cooked and Seasoned and portioned out.
Fresh fruit (cleaned first)
Apple and Pear sauce (I'll try to remember to post pictures and methods this fall)
Cleaned and prepped celery, onions, and peppers. 

For More Freezer Cooking Posts, search Freezer Cooking in the sidebar search.

Blessings to you,