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Do you have a bonus fridge or freezer? My family was just gifted a standing freezer for our garage, and I have daydreams of it stacked with organized bins of grab-and-go breakfasts, homemade ice cream, and prepared slow cooker meals.
I’m starting to fill it with casseroles that I can prep on Sunday afternoon and that can be halved — one portion being eaten that evening and the other frozen for future eating. After a few short weeks I’ll have a stash of casseroles that can save me on busy weeknights. Here are 10 casseroles that I’m starting with — all of them freeze well and can be easily split for eating now and on a busy weeknight.
Future you will thank you for these frozen meals.
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Here's how to make an all-star baked ziti — one that's never dry, made with a generous amount of cheese, & layered for the ultimate eating experience.Go to Recipe
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Ground Beef Taco Casserole
This recipe is everything you love about classic ground beef tacos baked into an easy casserole, then topped with lettuce, tomato, and shredded cheddar.Go to Recipe
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Cheesy Vegetarian Lasagna Go to Recipe
Lasagna is one of those dishes that requires a lot of prep work — so it’s always valuable to make a double batch (or more) to stash in the freezer.
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BBQ Chicken Casserole
This Paleo-friendly weeknight casserole is loaded with shredded chicken breast and riced cauliflower, laced together with a homemade BBQ sauce.Go to Recipe
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Cheesy Ravioli Pasta Bake Go to Recipe
Pro-tip: You can prep this casserole for the freezer with minimal cooking. Sauce the mushrooms, but don’t worry about cooking the ravioli (it will get softened in the freezing and reheating process).