50 Big Batch Cooking Recipes for the Freezer

Vegan and Vegetarian Big Batch Freezable Meals:

Frugal Vegetarian Lasagne

Honestly, if I never had to make Lasagne again – I wouldn’t.  There is so much fucking around it isn’t funny.  But when batch cooking for the freezer, you don’t need to think about making it again for at least six months…..

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Make-Ahead Snacks You Can Freeze for Later:

Many of these are fantastic school snacks – and by batch cooking and freezing, this gives you more time in the school mornings and also ensures that your children are getting more nutritious school snacks and lunches (depending on what you make, of course!).

Delicious Pizza Muffins

I do love a good muffin, and savoury muffins are great not just for school lunches but for grown ups to (heated up in the microwave for 30 seconds or so and cut in half with a slab of butter – divine!).  You can follow the recipes directly – or you can add what you have on hand!

Muffins freeze well for up to two months.

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Delicious Pizza Muffins | Stay at Home Mum

Bulk Savoury Muffins

This is a very basic recipe that you can make in huge amounts, add whatever you have on hand, and freeze.  Yum yum!

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Bulk Savoury Muffins | Stay at Home Mum

 

Banana Oat Bites

These are a great way to use up banana’s that are looking a little on the manky side.  Once made up – these freeze really really and you can even eat them cold and hard straight from the freezer during Summer for a treat!

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Banana Oat Bites | Stay at Home Mum

Apricot Balls

Another fantastic balls recipe.  Make as many as you can, freeze them on a baking sheet, then pop them into zip lock bags and freeze for up to two months – although they won’t last that long I promise!

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Healthy Apricot Balls

Reduced Sugar Apple and Oat Muffins

A healthy muffin that is great for school lunch boxes.

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Reduced Sugar Apple and Oat Muffins | Stay at Home Mum

50 Big Batch Cooking Recipes for the Freezer | Stay at Home Mum

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