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Not all recipes are suited for freezing, so it's important to choose recipes that will hold up well in the freezer. Casseroles, soups, stews, and chili are all great options, as they tend to taste just as good, or even better after being frozen.
Preparing meals in bulk can save you time and money. Double or triple a recipe and divide it into individual portions. This way you can have multiple meals ready to go in the freezer.
Once you have your meals packaged and ready to go in the freezer, it's important to label them with the name of the meal, the date it was made, and any reheating instructions. This will make it easy to know what you have on hand and how to reheat them.
It's important to use containers that are safe for freezing and reheating. Glass containers can crack or break when frozen, so it's best to use freezer-safe plastic containers or freezer bags.