Friday, September 30, 2016

Five on Friday: Freezer Meals Part IV

I just realized that Lewis was born and I forgot to finish sharing our freezer meal recipes with you! So in honor of Five on Friday with A.Liz Adventures, here are five more recipes to add to your list!

one | Mexican Quinoa

The recipe can be found here.

We have yet to try this recipe...but Emma taste tested it when we were making it and she liked it. So we'll all have to trust her on this one.

two | Chicken Enchiladas

We also found the recipe here.

It's very similar to what we usually do for enchiladas. Also, haven't tried it yet. Hopefully they'll be good!

three | Breakfast Burritos

We were a little skeptical on how these would go. Let me just say...we LOVE them. And I'm pretty sure that we'll keep doing these even when we're not prepping for a baby. They're that good and that  easy in the mornings.

Kyle found the recipe on Reddit. This recipe made 36...next time we're just going to buy a lot of sausage and keep making them til everything is gone. And we'll hope for 50. Just for good measure.

four | Baked Oatmeal

Joy the Baker is awesome. And we shamelessly LOVE her baked oatmeal. We always double it because it's that good.

Here it is. The only change we make is to add more ingredients like: coconut, flax, chia, raisins, craisins, walnuts, etc

YUM!

five | Monkey Bread

Apparently this recipe came from one of my mom's professors in college...

Ingredients:

  • 2 loaves frozen bread dough (cut into small pieces)
  • 1 stick melted butter
  • ½ c brown sugar
  • 1 lg box vanilla pudding powder
    (cook & serve)
  • ¼ c milk
  • cinnamon as desired
  • vanilla (opt)

Directions:
  • Cut bread dough into small, bite-sized chunks.
  • Distribute evenly in 9x13 pan.
  • Mix butter, brown sugar, vanilla pudding mix, milk, cinnamon, & vanilla together. Make sure it’s thin enough to pour over the bread dough chunks.
  • Refrigerate over night and let rest in warm oven (lowest heat 150-170 deg) for 30-60 min prior to baking.
  • If using metal pan, bake at 350 for 20 min or 325 for 20 min for glass.
    (bake until done all the way through)

And it DOES work to freeze and bake! If you want to freeze this for a later date, just assemble and refreeze. Make sure to thaw fully & let rise before baking.

I hope you enjoy these and if you try them, let me know!

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