Step two in creating your own freezer cooking menu will help you compare prices to make your big cooking day more cost effective.
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Step one to creating your own freezer cooking menu: figure out how much food you really need to cook.
Want to create your own custom menu but not sure where to start? Follow along with our new updated Create Your Own series to become an expert in no time!
We’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions around group cooking and doing a group swap to help you and your group get the best!
We have a spreadsheet to help you track costs for your freezer cooking group no matter what size!
You may already have a group in mind. You may even have them excited about cooking already! Others may be starting completely from scratch. Either way, we have some helpful tools and tips outlined in this post to help you get started.
Try out this flavorful alternative to a freezer aisle standby. This version of chicken cordon bleu is coated with Italian seasoned breadcrumbs and stuffed with two varieties of cheese.
No need to sacrifice flavor and serving size when you are counting calories. Skip the freezer aisle meals, and whip up your own delicious Chicken Margherita!
Our Copycat Vegetable Lasagna retains all the delicious cheesy layers of goodness that lasagna is known for, even after frozen and reheated.
Spring is on the horizon, but sadly the cold and flu season is still in full swing. Learn how to use our Keep Well Mini to help your friends and family recover.