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According to a friend of ours who is a butcher, chest freezers are flying off the floors of big box stores as people have realized the benefit of having a stock of food on hand. Maybe it’s concern for the future, or maybe people are remembering in 2020 when the grocery stores were out of everything. Either way, freezing food has always been a great way to save money!
I’m going to be sharing a series of posts this spring and summer as I try to stock my freezer. At least once a week I’ll be trying to stock my freezer with something new, and I’ll be sharing the recipe and the process for freezing it so you can stock your freezer along with me! Along the way, I’ll be sharing freezer techniques and tips so you can make sure you can save money by freezing food in the most effective way.
How to Save Money by Freezing Food
Over the next few months, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite recipes to freeze. Here’s a peek at what’s coming up!
- Pumpkin Energy Bites
- Double Chocolate Muffins
- Chicken Marinades
- Frozen Pizzas
- Chicken Nuggets
- Hamburger / hotdog buns
- Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits
- Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Banana Bread
Over the years, I have written a ton about freezing food, whether it’s what kind of freezer is best, how to properly store food in the freezer, or my favorite freezer recipes. Here are all the posts I’ve written on how to save money by freezing food.