July 26, 2012

Healthy Slow Cooker/Crock Pot Meals to Freeze II

(Note: You can find the new and updated version of  Healthy Slow Cooker/Crock Pot Freezer Recipes on my new site here at www.OatmealSmiles.com.)

Preparing and freezing crock pot meals has pretty much been genius and revolutionized our lives.

I cannot tell a lie.

To read the rest of this updated post click here.


Recipes this time included:
-Honey Sesame Chicken
-Crock Pot Lentil Sweet Potato Soup
-Crock Pot Santa Fe Chicken
-Crock Pot Chicken Taco Chilli


Interested in last time's recipes?
     -Minestrone
     -Chunky Chicken Stew
     -Chili Verde
     -Garlicky Chicken & Rice

Then click here:

Dairy Free & Low Cal. Crock Pot Freezer meals

16 comments:

Brandon and April said...

awesome. can't wait to try some of these!
question...if you freeze one of those giant ziploc bags full of food...how then do you get it to fit into your crockpot without thawing it first?

The Reeds said...

That's a great point April. I actually have one of those 7 quart ovals vs. the old round ones. I find that the vegetables break apart easily and the only thing that doesn't "budge" is the meat. I use the bag itself to shove the vegetables down and it normally all fits (though awkwardly until it begins to thaw). Even if it is a small round crock pot I think if you don't mind touching frozen veggies and meat (and of course washing your hands right after) you could break it part with your hands.

Also, once you pour broth or the canned goods on it everything begins to break down/fall apart and melt almost immediately.

Another option is sitting it out the night before in the fridge... but that would require planning ahead. :)

Bessie Ann said...

Thank you for all of this tasty meal help! I'm excited to get started!!!!

The Reeds said...

I'm so excited to hear how it goes Bess! Share any new recipes you do!

Anonymous said...

I'd love a grocery list or two...don't know how to contact you!
Forgive my ignorance...:0) Linda H.

The Reeds said...

Linda, you can contact me at reedup@gmail.com and I will send those right to you! I will keep trying to figure out how to include them. I'm learning...
Hope to get them to you soon!
:)
Happy cooking~
Georgia

Anonymous said...

Sent you an email request last night, Thanks!

Linda H.

The Reeds said...

Linda, I will respond now! Can't wait to hear how it goes!

Lisa Mattingly said...

How many servings do each of these make?

Pamella said...

I'm also curious about the number of servings. Also, are you calculating the rice or is the calories listed just for each serving? OR is that for the whole meal in itself?

The Reeds said...

Pamella and Lisa, I'm sorry it took me so long to respond! The calories is NOT including rice. Each of these make about 6-8 servings with the exception of Sesame Chicken(on this or my other crock pot post). It makes 4-6 and that is very very generous. I personally add extra broth and main veggies and we have more than enough for multiple meals and guests.

Sybil said...

Hi-- For the Crock Pot Lentil Sweet Potato Soup, do you cook the lentils before putting them in the freezer?
Thank you!

The Reeds said...

Hi Sybil! No I don't. I just throw it all in the bag and then the crock pot. :) I hope it works well for you.

Shereen Kim said...

Great recipes!!! I'm making these for post baby meals! How many oz or cups of liquid in that Santa Fe recipe for the chicken broth?

The Reeds said...

Hi Shereen! Congratulations on the baby! These would be great for post baby. I made TWENTY casseroles this time for post baby (because I'm a lunatic!) and I will share them soon.

As for the Santa Fe- I pour in 32 oz. of broth. I have an oval crock pot and found that if I don't put a lot of liquid it dries out/burns.

Happy cooking!

Cyrenne Ginder said...

I am attempting to get access to these recipes but I cannot find them :(

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