June Freezer Cooking Days–Final Update

Busy weekend here, full of firsts–first trip to a water park for the kids, first trip to the movie theater for the boys (they both did great–older boy slept for half the movie, younger boy slept the entire time) and…first black eye for my older boy. :(   Collision in the backyard.  I couldn’t believe how quickly it bruised & goose-egged up.  It looks terrible now but he’s doing better.  Two little boys are going to give me some well-earned grey hairs, I do believe!! LOL

As a result of the busy weekend, I only got a couple more things added to the freezer.  Still, looking at my list, I’m feeling pretty good about everything new I’ve added to the freezer!  I have maybe ten or so meals left from before M was born (6 weeks ago today!) and it’ll be good to get a new stock in.  I have several meals planned this week and next to use up some of those already-frozen meals.

I am SO glad I did this this weekend.  Today we got an e-mail from housing that our dishwasher was one of the recalled Maytag dishwashers.  We had to unplug the dishwasher and it will be out of commission until further notice.  Oh, fun!  I think I’ll be rearranging my meal plans for the next few weeks to mostly eat out of the freezer and/or any other meal that creates minimal dishes.  And buy some paper plates for lunches!!

Indian-Spiced Pork Kabobs
(raw in marinade, minus veggies) 1 meal
Cajun Chicken Sandwiches x 2 (raw with seasoning, buns wrapped and frozen in bag) 2 meals
Asian Beef Skewers (raw in marinade) 1 meal
Cornbread mixes x 4
Honey Chicken Kabobs (raw in marinade, minus the veggies) 2 meals
Garlic-Lemon Chicken Kabobs (raw in marinade, minus the veggies, cut back on lemon per DH) 2 meals
Simple Caribbean Jerk Chicken (eaw in marinade) 2 meals
Italian Beef Sandwiches (cooked & shredded) 2 meals
Hamburgers x 17 (raw, shaped and seasoned) 4 meals
Grilled Pork Tenderloin (raw, seasoned) 1 meal
Freezer Peanut Butter Pies x 1/2 (make into individual-sized pies rather than regular-sized ones)6 desserts
Ham Steaks w/glaze (uncooked steaks, glaze in attached baggie)

Butterhorns–I didn’t make these yet.  I decided to wait until I make them for dinner this week and double the recipe then.

As I visited other blogs linked up to this challenge, I found some recipes I look forward to trying in coming months.  A few of them include:
Whole Wheat Pizza Bites from Extraordinary Ordinary Life
Chicken Bacon Subs from Life As Mom
Sloppy Corn Muffins from Heavenly Homemakers (though I’m going to use taco meat instead)

Head over to Life As Mom to check out other June Freezer Cooking Days plans!

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  1. It looks like you got a lot accomplished! I’m bookmarking your cajun chicken sandwiches for the next freezer cooking day. :-)

  2. Hope you like the pizza bites. Your list of meals is impressive.

  3. Great job! That looks like great progress.

  4. Looks like you have a great list of marinades and recipes. I’m thinking about trying a bulk freezer cooking day so I don’t have to heat up the kitchen much in the summer. I’ll definitely be coming back here to “borrow” some of your recipes!

    oh, and I LOVE butterhorns!! yum!

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