Prepare for National Lazy Day! | Delicious Make-Ahead Freezer Meals

Delicious Make-Ahead Freezer Meals

Did you know August 10th is National Lazy Day?

Who knew there’s a day when we should be lazy!

The thing about being lazy is unless you make a career of it, you can’t just willy nilly decide to be lazy.  You have to prepare for it!



You’ll need freezer containers.  I’ve found both round and rectangle containers  work great for freezer meals.

Ziploc in both QUART and in GALLON.

To help you, I’ve rounded up 15 mouthwatering make-ahead freezer meals that can be pulled out of the freezer and popped into the oven on a whim!

Many of these food bloggers link up every week at my Talk of the Town party.

National Lazy Day

You can click on the images to get the recipes or the full list of recipes and bloggers below.

1. Freezer Meals Crock Pot Salsa Chicken – Flour On My Face

2. Instant Pot Pulled Pork and Mango Puffed Pasties – Must Have Mom

3. Bacon, Toast, Egg, and Cheese Muffins – Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons

4. Baked Chicken Penne Freezer Meal – Our Best Bites

5. Creamy Ranch Chicken – Living Well Spending Less

6. The Best Make-Ahead Lasagna (Freezer Friendly, too) – Bless This Mess Please

7. Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas & Freezer Meal Ideas – The Brewer & the Baker

8. Freezer Meal: Stuffed Shells – A Mom’s Take

9. Homemade Hot Pockets for Freezer Meals – Faith & Food for Busy Moms

10. Freezer Meals: Cilantro Lime Chicken – Flour On My Face

11. Chicken & Steak Fajita Kits Freezer Meal Recipe – Must Have Mom

12. Eggplant Parmesan Freezer Meal – Midget Momma

13. 4 Bean Chili (and 9 Other Crock Pot Freezer Meals) – Refresh Living

14. Meal Prep Freezer Burritos – Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

15. Easy Freezer Ham & Bean Soup – Living Well Spending Less

Delicious Make-Ahead Freezer Meals Recipes Roundup from Knick of Time |

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  1. Lots of great recipes! Before my knee surgery last year, I stocked the freezer with meals…helped a lot!
    I always keep things in the freezer for unexpected times, too!

  2. Marlene Stephenson says

    Every body is gone, i’m widowed and my sons have homes of their own so i can cook up stuff to eat for two or three days all the time. If i make too much or get tired of it i freeze it. I did like all these recipes and am sure i will make some. Thanks Angie.

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