Chicken and Tomato Meatballs Recipe
Judging by the cold temperatures here it looks like it’s going to be an early winter! Winter is one of my favorite seasons so that is ok with me. I love the snow, the holidays, and the food! Hearty soups, warm breads, and anything that is filling and hot is perfect for a winter meal. Meatballs are one of my favorite things to cook during the winter and they can be used so many different ways! You can use them in spaghetti, on a meatball sub, as great appetizers, or just by themselves. So when I saw this recipe for Chicken & Tomato Meatballs from Thrifty Jinxy I knew I had to give it a try!
You can easily turn this in to a freezer meal. Cook the meatballs according to the instructions and let cool. Add them to a freezer bag. Bake at 350* for about 30 minutes or until heated.
Ready to make this yummy recipe for yourself? Head on over to Thrifty Jinxy and check out the recipe!
What is your favorite way to eat meatballs?
Crock Pot Chili Recipe
During the month of November I will be sharing my recipes and other blogger recipes that can easily be converted to freezer meals. We all love Chili! You can easily prepare this meal (even double it) and stash in the freezer for a dinner you will just have to throw in the slow cooker!
I saw my first Christmas commercial today so that can only mean one thing, winter is coming! (Game of Thrones anyone? ha!). My crock pot and I have a special relationship during the winter time (ok, all year long). I love smelling my dinner as it cooks all day, and I really love not having to stand and babysit it while it does so!
Crock Pot Chili is one of my favorite recipes to make in the winter and my family gets excited every time I make it. We eat it with Doritos and it is amazing. (Trust me, I know it sounds weird but it is So good!).
This Crock Pot Chili Recipe from Simplee Thrifty is easy with a kick of spice and will be perfect for any winter night! Make sure to visit Simplee Thrifty for her yummy chili recipe!
Here is a really fun and easy way to make Lasagna for your family. What I really like about this way to make Lasagna is the individual portions you can freeze and serve. I made a double batch and we ate part for dinner and froze the rest for another night. Well – the kids loved it so much that they ate the frozen Lasagna for lunch the next day! So I think the next time I am going to have to make even more!
It does take a little time to put together – but once you get the hang of it you can zip through it fast. If you are making other freezer meals, start by boiling the noodles and then they can be the last thing you prep.
This recipe is very flexible – so you can make more or less depending on what you have in your pantry.