Have you started making freezer meals yet? It is such a handy way to get fresh meals on the table every night when you’re running short of time. What you do is spend some time chopping and organizing and then stick each meal in a freezer bag. If you have a FoodSaver and some Freezer Labels it’s even easier! I have a wonderful Pinterest board you can follow to find some awesome freezer meal recipes!
Follow Gena Mayo @ I Choose Joy!’s board Recipes- Freezer/ Make Ahead on Pinterest.
Be sure to enter today’s giveaway for a FoodSaver and Freezer Labels. There will be 3 winners!
- The first prize is one Foodsaver V4880 (Please Read Disclaimer #4) and 120 Professionally Printed Freezer Labels from FreezerLabels.Net this is a $319.00 Value.
- Second & Third Prizes are 120 Professionally Printed Freezer Labels from FreezerLables.Net for 2 winners.
What is a FoodSaver?
Two simple steps to keep food fresh up to 5x longer.The FoodSaver® 4880 2-in-1 System is a fully automatic vacuum sealer for easy, hands-free operation. Simply prepare your bag or roll with food to be sealed and then let the FoodSaver® vacuum sealer do the rest. Also features a built-in, retractable handheld sealer to conveniently seal zipper bags, containers and canisters. This one unit does it all. There are more ways to seal and more ways to save with the FoodSaver®4880 2-in-1 System. Handheld vacuum sealer can also be used to quickly marinate food in minutes instead of hours.
Freezer Labels.Net Freezer Labels
have been provided by Freezerlabel.net. They are designed to be used in freezing environments and made to last, unlike other paper labels. Visit their website to find printables and other freezer labeling tools… Free Printables Here! You will definitely want to download and put up the infographic (see below) which tells you how long food lasts in your freezer. I was surprised at some of the foods that shouldn’t be put in the freezer.
Freezerlabels.net FoodSaver is here:
Use them to label the foods you store in the freezer. Include the ingredients used in the recipe that you are freezing or even a recipe you will use with the frozen item. Make storing frozen foods easy… Include date stored and content information. The different colors could be used to identify different types of foods. Red for Meat, Green for Vegetables, Orange for Fruits, etc. Making storing foods in your freezer easy to find and make meal-planning a breeze.
When Is The Giveaway?
Begins May 1st, 2015 12am EST Ends May 8th, 2015 12am EST
Who Can Enter?
Anyone 18 years or older, and a resident of the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii.
The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond before another winner is chosen.
Giveaway Terms & Conditions
You can find the official Giveaway Terms and Conditions by clicking here!
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I have an emergency kit that I forgot to check on. We have expired foods in it now. So, my food storage tip, is to remember to check and rotate your pantry/cupboards/all foods regularly!
Laura Lane says
I find that it’s good to freeze things in serving size containers.
My best food storage tip is to make meat mixes for quick dinners. I make a chicken mix and a beef mix. Voila!
Betsy Barnes says
My best food storage tip, cut up onions, green peppers and freeze in one half cup portions. This is a great time saving tip when cooking, just grab them and add to your recipe 🙂
My best food storage tip is to store food in quart jars.