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Fill the Freezer - Not Just Dinner
Our next Made at Home series with Becca Stackhouse from the University of Georgia will help you fill your freezer with good, nutritious options for meals at home!
by Katie Cullum, Becca Stackhouse (UGA Extension)
How would you like to have breakfast and lunch DONE? But you don't want to pay a
small fortune, OR gets tons of extra sodium in the process. You can fill your freezer
with healthy meals at a fraction of the cost that you'd pay for those sodium/fat-laden
meals at the store! We'll help you.
Let's learn more about freezing breakfast and lunch portions! Check out the video
to learn more about planning, time & cost savings, how kids can help in the kitchen,
what to freeze, and of course the fabulous recipe demo. See below for the recipe!
1 cup diced potato (1 medium potato)
½ cup diced onions (1/2 medium onion)
1 cup diced bell peppers (1 medium pepper)
8 beaten eggs
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
¼ teaspoon pepper
1 cup low-fat shredded cheddar cheese
8 whole wheat flour tortillas (8 inch)
Makes 8 servings. Serve with fruit and low-fat milk.
To use: Remove plastic wrap from burrito. Wrap burrito in a damp paper towel. Set microwave
on medium power. Heat burrito for 3 to 4 minutes.
Prep ahead to save time:
Dice onion and bell pepper and put into baggie. Refrigerate.
Tip: Doubles easily!
Nutrition Information per serving: Calories 270; fat 9g; cholesterol 190mg; sodium 500mg; carbohydrate 31g; fiber 2g;
To make this healthier:
Scrambled Egg Muffins - flash freeze, put into freezer bag or container. Thaw overnight and warm in the
How to Freeze Sandwiches - from University of Nebraska Extension
Most muffins, pancakes, waffles freezer pretty well. Just flash freeze or wrap individually.
Put into freezer bags or containers. Warm in the microwave (or toaster for waffles).