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I’m so excited to share a brand-new freezer cooking class with you! I’m making 12 healthy freezer meals from ingredients at Walmart and everyone who attends will receive my printable recipes, shopping list, and freezer meal labels for free!

Do you need an easier way to serve your family healthy meals?

Do you like the idea of freezer meals but don’t know where to start?

Are you a visual learner who wants someone to literally show you how it’s done?


What am I making?

  1. Easy Chicken Lettuce Wraps
  2. Honey Sesame Chicken
  3. Apricot Ginger Chicken
  4. Five Ingredient Pot Roast
  5. Five Ingredient Honey Sriracha Chicken
  6. Sweet Potato and Pork Burrito Bowl
  7. Cool Ranch Shredded Chicken Tacos
  8. “Monster” Cheeseburgers
  9. Bacon Balsamic Chicken and Vegetables
  10. Turkey Black Bean Chili
  11. 4-Bean White Chicken Chili
  12. Baked Chicken Enchiladas

What’s so great about this particular group of meals?

  • They’re quick and easy to make! None of the recipes require any cooking before freezing, so I’ll be making all of them in an hour (5 min/meal!)
  • They’re budget-friendly! I bought every single ingredient from Walmart to take advantage of their great deals.
  • They’re healthy and delicious! My parents even taste-tested some of the meals and agreed they’re amazing!

All of these meals can be cooked in a crockpot or Instant Pot.

Sound good? CLICK HERE to sign up and I’ll see you there!

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2 years ago

I watch today show and didn’t get my 12 meals that she was showing from walmart

Helen @ The Family Freezer
Reply to  Teresa

Please double check your spam folder and if you still don’t see it, write to us at [email protected] and we’ll get it to you!

2 years ago

I’m new to this – do I need to thaw and empty the contents to cook in crockpot or place the ziploc in the crockpot?

Helen @ The Family Freezer
Reply to  Yolanda

Yes, thaw overnight and then dump in the crockpot and follow the cooking times.

8 months ago

You said that you use sticker labels. What size stickers do you use? So many of the pre-printed stickers are so small that there isn’t the space to write the recipe, much less the cooking instructions!

Helen @ The Family Freezer
Reply to  Lisl

We use water-resistant Avery stickers #22827