Freezer Cooking - Can you give me your best recipes?

(5 Posts)
thebookstore Mon 14-Sep-15 19:22:30

I have a disability that makes cooking difficult and have been able to secure some carer hours to help with meal preparation. I'd like to have some batch cooking done for the freezer to enable us to have meals stock piled.

There are 3 of us in the house.

DD is 4 and eats pretty much anything.

DH and me eat most things although I'm gluten and dairy intolerant!

Could I ask you to tell me your best recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinners for DD and me and DH that can be frozen?

If you can it will save me the energy of having to google/look in recipe books!

MrsLeighHalfpenny Mon 14-Sep-15 19:29:12

Anything can be frozen. You don't need to cook special freezable food. Just cook double quantities of one of your usual meals and freeze half of it for future use.

thebookstore Mon 14-Sep-15 19:49:37

I know but I'm having to leave instructions for another person to cook so was hoping some people might have some tasty recipes I could leave out for them

featherandblack Mon 14-Sep-15 20:08:19

The BBC sausage hot pot and cheesy meatballs dish are both very tasty and freeze fine.

I also make Jamie Oliver's fish pie (try with goat's cheese) and his shepherd's pie to freeze.

MrsLeighHalfpenny Mon 14-Sep-15 20:10:10

sad. I can't help. I don't really do recipes. I just chuck things together. Any kind of beef stew would be easy. Onions, stewing beef, mushrooms, carrots. Ditto chicken stew.
Shephards pie is nice and also easy.
Spaghetti bolognese of course.
Chicken and leek pie - buy ready made pastry.
Meatballs
Fishcakes

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