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Our round-up of healthy freezer meals taste great and will make you feel great too. To use, preheat oven to 375°. Bake nuggets on a rack on a greased baking sheet 15-20 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Get Recipe.

18 / 30. Taste of Home. Freezer-friendly keto recipes have been the secret ingredient behind sustainable weight loss results for hundreds (if not thousands) of keto and low-carb dieters.

By using the recipes and tips above, you will be one step closer to transforming your health and body composition for the better as well. Some dishes become mushy; while others take so long that you might as well cook them from scratch. We developed recipes that use freezer-friendly ingredients and properly portioned dishes, so you only have to thaw for an hour. Bake at 425°F for 15 minutes, turning once halfway through.

9 of Cover with foil and bake at 375° for 25. Low Calorie Freezer Cooking Recipes and Menus. This meal plan consists of four weeks worth of freezer cooking recipes, complete with the recipes for each day’s main dish and side dishes. We’ve lightened-up freezer cooking; each meal is under 500 calories.

The link for each link has the recipes and the full meal plan to go with each day. 15-Minute Recipes 45-Minutes or Less Recipes 5 Ingredient Recipes Casseroles Under 300 Calories Casseroles Under 300 Calories. October 28, 2013 Save FB Tweet.

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Scroll on for 15 delicious, freezer-friendly meals that will be your new BFF on busy weeknights. Pork Ginger Potstickers These delicious Asian-inspired pot stickers make a great lunch, dinner or appetizer. Make a double batch and freeze half of the unbaked ones on a cookie sheet for 24 hours before transferring to a freezer bag and you’ll. Whether you’re craving savory avocado toast or sweet chocolate chip pancakes, you can still indulge in your favorite brunch classics without going overboard on calories.

These 15 brunch recipes feature quality protein sources like eggs, beans, Greek yogurt and more. Ready in just 30 minutes, they’ll save you time in the kitchen and keep you on track for reaching your health goals with 375 calories. By preparing a few nutritious options ahead of time — like whole-grain oatmeal muffins, hearty granola bars and breakfast burritos — you’ll set yourself up for morning success. Kick-start the workweek with one of these freezer-friendly breakfasts, all for less than 375 calories! 10 Freezer-Friendly Breakfasts Under 375 Calories.

1. Clean-eating freezer meals like this stew are a tasty way to serve up a dose of nutrition. 14. Breakfast Burritos. From the Lean Green Bean: Check out these two burrito options (scrambled eggs/black bean or brown rice/black bean) for a healthful freeze-ahead breakfast recipe..

Visit SkinnyMs. on Pinterest. We share dozens of boards to make your life easier and healthier—here. These delicious dinner recipes have fewer than 500 calories per serving. 100+ Meals Under 500 Calories.

Katie Bandurski Updated: May. 30, 2018. Watching your caloric intake doesn’t mean giving up your favorite recipes.

These delicious meals—including pizza, pasta, tacos and more—come in at 500 calories or less per serving so you can.

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Freeze layered casseroles like lasagna in inexpensive glass baking dishes that you can find at garage sales for about 25 cents each.

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Soups, stews, and chilis make a generous number of servings, making it convenient to stock your freezer with last night’s leftovers so you can reheat them whenever you like.

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Place noodles on a plate and top with sautéed veggies and 3 ounces (start with 4 ounces raw) boiled or grilled medium shrimp (fresh, peeled, deveined or frozen, thawed).

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fReeZeR: hamburger patties, lamb chops, shrimp, chicken breasts, all in individual ziplock bags for quick defrosting in a bowl of warm water.

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  • This was super amazing and very helpful. I can’t wait to try these and this was the first video I’ve caught of yours. Wow, it will keep me coming back for more!!

  • Cauliflower? Can i use potatos?
    I look on u tube resipe books and couldent find buthing on freezer meals thanks so much u make my life easier

  • I have watched a couple videos and I think they are great. I know you are a busy mom but I really like the videos that you put the ingredients in the notes. Great video I will be doing some of the recipes ��

  • I’ve tried making your meals, but each time I freeze the meals and thaw out, the vegetables always come out mushy. How do I get the vegetables to thaw out and reheat firm?

  • Definitely trying the stuffed pepper one! I just made a sour cream noodle bake separated it into dishes and froze one. Super nice for school. Thank you!

  • Can you make more videos like this, or of any of your recipes are freezable could you mention it. It would be greatly appreciated.

  • Luv the great recipes, Sara, I didn’t know you could just freeze fresh Spinach without parboiling, thanks! Luv how organized your freezer is, we have a large chest freezer, but I luv how your upright freezer is set up! #FreezerMealGoals

  • Why is it that (nearly?) all dishes include cheese, meat and are baked? Doesn’t seem that creative to me besides the facts that it’s not healthy and sustainable…

  • I had to modify your recipe for Stuffed Pepper Casserole. I didn’t have any ground turkey or chicken, just breakfast sausage and ground beef so I used beef stock and brown rice. It turned out great!!! When I go to the supermarket next week I will pick up some pork stock and maybe try a breakfast version of this. And I did have a Green Chili that I added.

  • I grew up with beef in Shepard’s pie. Not a cauliflower fan, so will stick with potatoes. Also, we always added a layer of cheese on top (yummy). Loving your recipes.

  • I used to make freezer burritos with layers of coming inside, but now to make it quicker to prepare I just mix them all together and then use the mix to fill the tortilla! ��

  • Thank you so much for these!!! I work long hours and I’m trying to finish my masters degree, what involves my boyfriend attempting to cook a couple nights a week. Lets just stay most times he cooks we end up in ordering in. ��

  • Sometimes you put the garlic in at the beginning with the onions, sometimes you add it after all veggie/meat… how do you decide?

  • tasty i’m begging you, please, for the love of god… post a recipe compilation that doesn’t involve dairy products. i’m so lactose intolerant that even watching these recipes makes my stomach hurt

  • This may be a stupid question, but when you make the meals, do you just bake the meal as normal, let it cool, freeze it, and then cook it again from frozen when you want it or do you let it thaw and cook it again orrr???

  • I watch Rie make some amazing things on this channel and it makes me like this channel more every time. Then I see videos like this and I wonder if I’m watching the same channel.

  • I really love your channel, newly subscribed. Is there any way to know how many calories or an approximate on these three meals…just curious…keep up the good work ��

  • OMG the amount of cheese in every video is staggering!
    I’ll start looking and think “ hey this looks good” and then at least two types of cheese is dumped in and I immediately go off it….

  • It’s really obvious that you just got random recipes and slapped on a title.. because you didn’t even show how to freeze/thaw the meal. and WHO is freezing pasta.

  • I find if you leave the cookies to defrost on the cookie sheet for at least 30 minutes, you do not have to add cooking time. I like to defrost them when I am making dinner, then cook them after dinner is done. That way the oven is already warm and we have warm cookies after dinner.:)

  • That casserole looked Devine! Was there a video on the pasta portion of the casserole? The rest is self explanatory, but it oh boy wouldn’t I love to try that!

  • Hey there! Question: I love your channel and have a question on substitution for your corn bread on top of the chili in this recipe as I can no longer have corn. What would give me that delicious crusted topping-potatoes? Help!!!

  • after spending quite a bit of time youtube you’re officially my go-to Youtuber for food!
    can i make 1 suggestion? in some recipes adding in amounts (cups, tablespoons, etc) would be really helpful. but MY GOSH everything you make looks incredible! SERIOUS FOOD INSPO happening! <3

  • You’re my sister from another mister girl! Lmao….I love you! Thank you so much for these freezer meal ideas. Now….gimme some more!

  • I made the turkey/pepper dish. It was sooooo good. Much more flavor than I expected and we couldn’t even taste the turkey flavor because of the tomatoes. Thank you for sharing!

  • Just started freezing meals for my significant other as I head overseas to work. Not sure how it’ll turn out but your video was a great guide thank you so very much! Sending love from Singapore!

  • Do you want some comparison trivia from Australia?
    In Australia what you cooked as Shepherds Pie is Cottage Pie, we use lamb in shepherds pie. We do not layer the meet and veg. We brown the meat and then add the veg to the meat, mixing them together.

  • Can you tell me where the hell you living to get this size of Mozzarella cheeze for 2$??�� Here it’s like 14$ lmao.. Nice ideas btw!

  • Love the kids. Well done on the meals. You’ve given me some good ideas. I’m at a burn out point. Keep doing the same ol stuff all th time. Thank you

  • You can use that water you boil the chicken in as chicken broth. Just add a little s&p, onion powder, garlic powder and throw in a mir poix veg mix from the freezer. Strain and you have chicken broth

  • When using frozen vegetables making shepherds pie do you cook the vegetables first? I just came across the channel yesterday and I absolutely love it. I am motivated to cook again. Thank you so much! �� Love seeing the Mommy part of you while cooking that is real life (at least for me). I will be making several of the dishes.

  • Hi Sara Lynn! Question, would the food be prone to freezer burn with it sitting in the freezer for 4-6 months with only a foil wrapping?

  • As a twist on the creamy mash, I love to infuse some garlic clove in warm milk (dairy or non dairy, as you prefer) on the stove until the garlic is falling apart. Some garlic paste will do the trick as well. Then mix the infused milk and some broth (veggie or chicken) in the vegetable mash. If it’s too runny, just stir on a medium high heat until the liquid is absorbed. And mix a hint of butter, just for the beauty of it.

  • They look delicious, but you only gave re-heating instructions on the first. Is it just a general rule to try 3-4 minutes straight out of the freezer?

  • I have a tiny freezer with only four shelves. Do you have any tips on how I can still do meal prep? And also we use all four shelves so I have basically no space:(

  • Love these videos because almost everyday I’m super busy so it’s nice to just pull out something I already prepared from the freezer

  • These recipes make me so thirsty! Feeling like I’ll need a big ass glass of water, tea, coffee to get it down. I’ll pass but thanks for the inspo!

  • All 3 look so delicious and unique! As a single person, I like to have access to single servings. Do you have advice about how to portion these into single servings before freezing?