Frozen Assets


Recommended Books

The following are books for freezer-meal cooking that have proven to be helpful to many experienced and beginning freezer cooks.

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Frozen Assets: How to cook for a day and eat for a month by Deborah Taylor-Hough

My book on cooking ahead for the freezer.  Inexpensive recipes, step-by-step instructions, money-saving ideas, family-friendly recipes.  Contains a complete 30-day meal plan, a two-week meal plan, and a ten-day holiday meal plan.

Once-a-Month Cooking by Mimi Wilson and Mary Beth Langerborg

This book revolutionized the way I feed my family.  The recipes are a bit on the gourmet/expensive side.  Several complete meal plans including a low-fat two-week version.

Dinner’s in the Freezer: More Mary, Less Martha  by Jill Bond

Contains general information on Christian homemaking, including information on cooking for the freezer.  Helpful charts.

The Freezer Cooking Manual  by Nanci Slagle and Tara Wohlenhaus

Emphasizes sharing your cooking day with a friend.  Charts and planning sheets to simplify cooking with someone else.  Photos, humor, spiral bound.  This is the updated version of The 30 Day Gourmet yellow notebook.

Month of Meals by Kelly Machel

Small, three-ring-binder format.  Family friendly recipes.

The Southern Living Complete Do-Ahead Cookbook by Ann H. Harvey

A large number of recipes for the freezer along with recipes that aren’t frozen but can be prepared hours (or days) ahead of time to be served later.

Prevention’s Freezer Cookbook by Sharon Sanders

Quick dishes for — and from — the freezer.  Over 220 recipes.


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Another book which explains how to start a freezer meal cooking club and has recipes for bulk cooking is “Cooking Among Friends.”

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