Freezer Meals! Easy Healthy Lunch & Dinner Recipes – Mind Over Munch

Freezer Meals! Easy Healthy Lunch & Dinner Recipes - Mind Over Munch

Howdy muncher pals, I know you guys love meal
prep and I get requests all the time for slow cooker meals and dinner meals
so I am super excited to share these three freezer meals with you. All three of
these meals are super easy to make. I am showing you 2 slow cooker meals which
are Vegan or have Vegan options and one meatloaf and all of them you can
prepare in advance freeze and then you just throw them in the slow cooker or
the oven whenever you're ready. Thumbs up for convenience with healthy
eating. It can be done. First let's start with my sweet potato lentil curry. My personal
favorite. For this freezer meal you will need sweet potato, lentils, onion, carrots,
coconut milk, canned tomatoes, curry powder and salt. Place a bag into a large mixing bowl
and simply add in all your ingredients except your coconut milk. Seal it up, label it,
and transfer to the freezer. When you're ready to make your curry remove from the freezer the night
before and allow it to thaw in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning
empty your ingredients into your slow cooker, add your coconut milk, and let it
cook. Then come dinner time you'll have a delicious curry, hot and ready to enjoy. Yum.
Next let's make my freezer chili. For this freezer meal you will need black beans and
white beans, ground turkey or for Vegan you could use additional beans of your choice, onion, bell pepper, celery, tomato sauce,
vegetable broth, diced tomatoes, garlic, chili powder, cocoa powder my secret
chili ingredient, cumin, garlic powder, paprika, cinnamon, salt and pep, and cayenne. Yes quite a few ingredients as is usually the case with a chill but really no work at all
for so much flavor. Once again you can place a bag into a large mixing bowl
and add in all of your ingredients except your vegetable broth. Seal it up nice and
tight and don't forget to label it. When you're ready to make it you can
remove from the freezer the night before and allow it to thaw in the refrigerator
overnight. In the morning simply dump your chili bag into your slow cooker, add your
vegetable broth, and let it cook. Perfect easy peasy and ready to eat. Last we're going to make
my freezer meatloaf. For this freezer meal you will need ground turkey, an egg, oats,
onion, green onion, tomato sauce, bell pepper, garlic, wurst-s-sher..worchestershire..what is it? salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder,
and sage. Add all of your ingredients into a bowl and mix well. Don't be afraid to use
your hands to dig in. Line a loaf pan with foil and fill it with you meatloaf mixture. Fold your foil to covered completely and transfer it to the freezer. Once frozen I like to remove the loaf from the pan so
I still have access to my pan until whenever I'm ready to eat the loaf. Thumbs up for hacks. Transfer to a freezer bag and don't
forget to label it. When you're ready to make it transfer back to your loaf pan and
allow to thaw in the refrigerator overnight. The next day open it up and
brush on your meatloaf glaze which is just ketchup, honey, and worcestershire. Bake in an oven preheated at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for about an hour. Then there's nothing left
to do but enjoy. So yummy. I hope you guys enjoy these freezer meals. Don't forget
to thumbs up this video if you want more. The PDF in the description has all of
the recipes from this episode to make your lives easier so I hope you enjoy it
and just so you know these will all last around three months in the freezer. If
you make any of these recipes or my other recipes don't forget to tag me
on social and comment below and let me know which one you're most excited to
try. If you want to learn more about prepping and storing food efficiently and
effectively I encourage you to check out my meal prep a beginner's guide ebook
and if you use the code FROZEN at for the next
48 hours you can get 10% off any ebook or package of your choice. I hope you all
have a wonderful week I really appreciate you spending time with me
every single Thursday and I will be back here with you next Thursday for a new
exciting video and remember it's all a matter of Mind Over Munch.

33 thoughts on “Freezer Meals! Easy Healthy Lunch & Dinner Recipes – Mind Over Munch

  • Thank you for adding with what we can eat these recipes with. I would be lost without knowing. If i don't know, I can't find myself making it.

  • OMG this made me laugh so hard, I had the same problem. I just gave up and call it rooster sauce, I can pronounce that. I have to try the meatloaf one. Thanks!

  • I would like to have some recipes abour food that you can freeze and then put in the oven like this, without waiting one night… thank you 🙂

  • great channel. I just came across your channel. I typed in freezer meals as I have a big family (10) and want new ideas and your channel popped up. I am.going to add some of these recipes to my rotation. thanks for sharing. just subcribed but would really appreciate a sub back. have a great day ~ Tracey

  • Watched this to get ideas for my husband who is not vegan… then she says, these can be made vegan. WOO HOO! thanks for having both options!

  • Its Wuss-stir-sheer.
    Why do americans find this so difficult?! Not trying to be mean, I just don't see what about this exact word confuses people – there are many, many more difficult names, places and words in the english language!

    Worcester is the town, like most uk county towns, and because we're lazy, the "chester" suffix is contracted to "ster" – and because british english is non-rhotic and lazy, we drop the hard "r" sound off the end of words, and let vowels on weak syllables become a sort of lazy "uh" sound. So Worcestershire becomes Wuh-ster-shuh or, as it's easier to envisage that in terms of known words, "Wuss – stir – sheer"

  • Love how you said Worshirrrrrr Sauce! Literally laughed out loud! Twice! Love the video! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  • thanks for your reply but you didn't reasening yet why it is better to cook it before you freeze it? i believe you have better idea which is completely i could accept: you didn't explain in the vidio i can assure you cooking is a lot of fun and it is technic knowledge and experience you got all of them may be it too much but true

  • compltly wrong to freez food that way what is the to frez it that way if you didn't cook it yet even it make it harder to cook it later when it is frozen you better cook it first and  reheat it when you need it this is the way otherwas I like your show and effert

  • fun fact: my country was once a British colony and to this day we still call worcestershire sauce by the company that makes it. so we just say "Lea and Perrins" and everyone know what you means.

  • For the recipes that have diced tomatoes (canned) can we use fresh tomatoes instead of canned tomatoes? Or does that ruin it? Thx 🙂

  • in the video for the coconut curry. you didn't add any water but I thought it says too in the recipe. my son cooked this today and tasted great but it was dark brown. I'm assuming that because I used green lentils instead of red. I will make this again and maybe decrease cook time. Thanks Alyssia

  • Love these recipes. Made them and gave them to a friend recovering from surgery to make life a little easier for her. We both loved each one. Can we have more freezer dinner meals please?

  • How do you feel about pre cooked rice that you can cook in 10 minutes or it is better to buy uncooked cheap rice?

  • Should the foil for the meatloaf be greased/sprayed with cooking oil or does it come out OK after being baked?

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