Don’t Panic — Dinner’s in the freezer

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Since this keeps coming up in comments and reader deals, and people keep recommending, check this out — Don’t Panic: Dinner’s in the Freezer is quite affordable over on Amazon! $8.69 for the paperback, $8.26 for the Kindle edition.

Hectic lifestyles and over-full schedules make traditional cooking methods nearly obsolete in many families. The results are poor nutrition and budgets strained by the high cost of fast food or commercially prepared meals. Don’t Panic-Dinner’s in the Freezer offers a simple and economical alternative, featuring dozens of recipes designed to be prepared and frozen for future use.

With 100,000 copies sold, this book gives practical tips for planning, organizing, and shopping for meals, as well as unique ways to freeze and reheat prepared foods. Every recipe includes measurements for cooking alone or as a joint venture with one or two friends. Families, singles, retirees-everyone who needs to eat-will find fast and easy answers to the question, “What’s for dinner?”

Do you guys have other recommendations for freezer and bulk cooking cookbooks? Love to hear them. :)

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  1. Amanda says

    There are tons of blogs and pins on pinterest for freezer meals. I really like the ones that are designed for the crockpot, it can’t get any easier than that! I’m a full time mom, going back to school full time, i run a home daycare and am going to be a surrogate in a few weeks so these freezer to crockpot meals are a lifesaver!

  2. Kate says

    The Everything Freezer Meals Book…love it. But I agree- the blogs are great. Pinterest has about a million links to sites with freezer recipes. It’s the best ever. I’m also CRAZY about electric pressure cookers…making meals in 13 minutes when you start with frozen meat? YES PLEASE.

    • Erin says

      Kate–I love my electric pressure cooker too. Do you have any blogs/suggestions where to find some good meals? I’m all set with the crock pot stuff, but can’t seem to find good pressure cooker sites!

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