Weekly Freezer Session 7/21/15

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In an effort to restock my freezer (and make life a little easier), I am committing to a weekly freezer session. During this session, I will make at least one thing to add to my freezer stash. Weekly Freezer Session | Aileen Cooks

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Having made a trip to Costco, I decided on chicken stock. I just love buying Costco’s rotisserie chickens. You can’t beat that price of $5! I made Ceaser Salad Wraps with most of the meat. The recipe came from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. They were perfect on a hot day. We ate them too fast to photograph, just head over to Mel’s recipe if you are curious. I used the leftover meat and bones to make overnight stock in my trusty crock pot. When I came downstairs in the morning, my whole kitchen smelled like chicken noodle soup – in a good way. I strained the stock and ladled it into jars. I used leftover marinara jars. Don’t mind the mess – I started to peel off the labels and then decided it didn’t matter.

Weekly Freezer Session | Aileen Cooks

I also made a batch of breakfast burritos for my freezer. These burritos had eggs, ham, cheese, potatoes, and a little bit of spinach. I made about a dozen small burritos. My husband will take two at a time with him to work. They are a perfect way for him to have a hot breakfast instead of cereal.

What did you stock in your freezer this week?

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  1. I made a double batch of french bread and lasagna yesterday, and froze them. Those breakfast burritos look like an awesome idea! Do the eggs reheat well?

    1. I love having lasagna in my freezer – it’s one of my favorite meals of all time. Did you make whole wheat French bread again? I have only made it with all purpose so far, but I’ve been wanting to try with whole wheat.
      This was my first time doing breakfast burritos, so I will let you know how it turns out.

      1. No, I made it with white flour, and surprise, surprise it’s the first time that it’s actually good!