Seriously Good Freezer Meals: 150 Easy Recipes to Save Your Time, Money and Sanity

The publisher sent me this today. 

It’s a beautiful 368-page cookbook loaded with full-color glossy photos.  As Dom and I are now dealing with Dom’s cancer once again, things will be chaotic with doctor visits.  This cookbook will be used- A LOT!

Don’t Freeze Up at Meal Time — Reach Into the Freezer Instead

Let’s admit it: we all want to save time and money while still putting healthy and tasty homemade food on the table. But how? Karrie Truman, creator of the much-beloved blog Happy Money Saver, is going to let you in on a secret: the answer is freezer meals.

When she was an exhausted young mom, Karrie found herself serving processed or fast food at the end of a busy day even though she knew it wasn’t what she wanted her family to be eating. Then she discovered freezer meals. Immediately, she had home-cooked, easy and delicious food at her fingertips and more time to spend with loved ones.

In Seriously Good Freezer Meals, Karrie shares 150 recipes photos that will change the way you think about freezer cooking. You won’t find your mother or grandmother’s freezer meals here (except lasagna, of course). Her recipes include Morning Energy Bars, Empanada Hand Pies, Coconut Cashew Basil Curry Soup, Smoky Grilled Louisiana Turkey Legs, and Layered Chocolate Mousse Cake with tons of vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan options, too. Plus, she adds a bulk-batch chart for ease in making large quantities of each freezer-meal recipe.

Karrie gives you all the tools you need to become a freezer-meal genius: information on shopping, cooking, freezing, thawing and everything in between. The book includes beginner, intermediate and advanced meal plan programs to guide you in cooking 7 to 50 meals in a day. You read that right: 50 meals in a day. No more excuses: it’s time to start cooking delicious meals that will have you feeling anything but left out in the cold!
Get it HERE

Hi! I’m Karrie Truman, wife, mother and author of the blog Growing up in a large family I’ve always been keen to find ways to cut costs and more importantly time. I try hard to live my dream of spending time my family while still having tons of fun (sometimes trouble) by living life to the fullest. You know, doing crazy things like making 50 freezer meals in a day, raising chickens, learning to make things the old-fashioned way, and dancing to 80’s music while cleaning my house.

I live and blog out of Eastern Washington with my husband and four amazing kids who keep me running around and steal my heart. 

My website helps folks find delicious recipes, learn ways to live life to the fullest while on a budget, make things from scratch, and learn to try try again when things go wrong. My goal is to keep you all cooking in the kitchen and laughing along with me when things don’t always go as planned.