8 Reasons Why Freezer Cooking Can Work for Anyone

The following post is from Kate of Modern Alternative Mama: Lots of people love freezer cooking. In fact, Jessica, a fellow contributor here at Life Your Way, is something of a freezer cooking guru, having published a cookbook all about it. It’s taken me a long time to get on the freezer cooking bandwagon. I’ve […]

Stock and Organize Your Freezer for Last-Minute Meals

The following is a guest post from Kate at My Kids Eat Off The Floor: I’ve been blogging in this space — first Organizing Your Way and then Life Your Way — for over three years now, and there are some great posts in the archives that don’t get much attention anymore. This week, I’ll […]

Freezer Cooking for the Holidays

The following post is from Jessica of GoodCheapEats and LifeasMOM: I’m not sure where I would be without my freezer. It’s a kitchen tool that I regularly use to help me get a little ahead of the game. Not only do I use it to stash a surplus of sale meats and excess veggies from […]

How to Freeze Cookies for Holiday Baking Do-Aheads

The following post is from Shaina of Food for My Family and Olmanson Photography: One thing I always tell myself I’m going to do to get a head start on the holiday baking extravaganza is to go at it slow and steady. It’s what my grandmother did; baking a few batches here and there, mixing […]

Free Printables: Freezer Inventory and Food Passport

I’ve added two new printables to the collection, and I have to say that these may be my favorites yet! Food Passport I created the Food Passport to go along with a post I recently did over at Feels Like Home on empowering picky eaters. One of my goals this summer is to make trying […]

Make-Ahead Freezer Breakfasts

I really like breakfast foods, but I don’t always like making them in the morning, which might explain why we have “breakfast for dinner” so often! I’m really good at making breakfast ahead of time before I have a baby (when I stock the freezer full of muffins, pancakes and french toast) and the night […]

Freezer Storage Dates Printable Cheat Sheet

Stocking your freezer is a great way to lower the amount you spend on convenience foods and eating out while still enjoying healthy, delicious meals, even when you don’t feel like cooking. We’ve talked about freezer cooking quite a bit, but one thing we haven’t spent a lot of time talking about is how to […]

Experimenting with Once-A-Month Cooking

The following is a guest post from Marci of Overcoming Busy: It is my nature to find the most efficient ways to do things. When I clean out the dishwasher, I even plan out how I can finish the job with the fewest trips around the kitchen. I know, the whole thing only takes about […]

Once-a-Month Cooking: Tips and Resources

The key to successfully using the once-a-month cooking method is to get organized and plan ahead. This is not the time to fly by the seat of your pants in the kitchen! While I’m sure there are a few people who could do that and still end up with a freezer full of delicious home-cooked […]

Once-a-Month Cooking: An Interview with the Authors Who Started It All

Today I have the privilege of sharing a Q&A interview with the authors of Once-a-Month Cooking and Once-a-Month Cooking Family Favorites, Mary Beth Lagerborg and Mimi Wilson: You were the first to publish a book about bulk freezer cooking, and many others have come after you. How did you think of this concept—and what made […]