Chicken stir fry
(yes, we eat a lot of chicken)
These are all meals that we eat on a pretty regular basis, so I figured they would be safe to try. I spent about 2 hours (including making dinner) and have 7 bagged meals, plus grilled chicken for Kyle's lunches/ cut up chicken for my salads! Each recipe is for two bags, except for the Honey Chicken.
Five bags of chicken meals!
Minced garlic cloves
2 Chicken breasts
Put in crockpot with 1/4 cup teriyaki sauce cook on low 8 hours.
(I typically add in about a cup of oats, but we're not eating grains anymore! Hopefully it'll still taste good.)
2 pounds ground beef
Minced Garlic Cloves
Place foil in pan, form meatloaf, pop out of pan and freeze. Then you still have your pan for later! Thanks for the tip Andi!
To cook, take meatloaf out of foil and put in pan to thaw. Bake @ 350 for ~20 minutes.
Honey Chicken from mmmcafe
1 Chicken Breast
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 Tbs Vegetable Oil
1/8 cup Ketchup
I put the sauce in a small separate bag inside the larger bag because it needs to be thawed before going in.
Put in crockpot, cook on low 3 hours. Pull out chicken and shred toss back into sauce.
Chicken Stir fry
Cube two chicken breasts
I bag frozen stir fry veggies of your choice
I can sliced water chestnuts (optional, I just love them)
Put a Tbs of oil into skillet/wok, cook until tender.
I took a whole bag of frozen chicken tenders. Seasoned with Montreal Chicken Seasoning and Lowery's. Grilled on the Foreman.
After they cooled, I cut up 5 into strips to add to my grilled chicken salads and froze the rest for Kyle to pull out and reheat for lunches.
Freezer filled with goodies.
EDIT: For an update on how they all turned out go here, Update!