The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

Sometimes when you’re on a budget, it’s not easy to eat and prepare healthy meals. But there is always a solution! If you want to save time, money and make yourself a good, healthy meal, then you need to try these best freezer meals on a budget. These freezer meals are easy to prepare, super delicious, and ideal healthy meals for breakfast/lunch/dinner or dessert. From easy make-ahead breakfast casserole, paleo chili to Mexican Zucchini Lasagna or Mediterranean pancakes, frozen smoothies, and more. The choice’s yours!

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Mediterranean Quinoa Burgers

Want to eat an incredibly delicious and healthy lunch? Try these Mediterranean Quinoa burgers! They are great as a main dish to go along with some vegetables or a salad.

Plus, they’re easy to freezable and will last in the freezer uncooked and wrapped in plastic for 2 months. They’re flavorful, crispy, and full of nutritious, a perfect combination of millet, quinoa, oats, chickpeas, feta, and herbs. If you want, you can serve them on toasted buns, topped with the tomato olive mixture and additional feta cheese.

Recipe by Erin at Well Plated. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Easy Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole

So tasty and healthy, this easy make-ahead breakfast casserole it’s a perfect breakfast meal for the whole family. Plus, it’s full of protein, packed with vegetables and completely adaptable – you can use whatever veggies, cheeses, meats, seasonings you love or have on hand and make it. If you want, you can even make it vegetarian or vegan. Plus, you can freeze the casserole for up to 3 months.

Gather the ingredients, follow the step-by-step instructions, and enjoy!

Recipe by Sally at Sally’s Baking Addiction. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Egg Muffins with Kale, Roasted Red Peppers, and Feta Cheese

On those days when you want a healthy snack or breakfast, we suggest trying these delicious egg muffins with kale, roasted red peppers, and feta cheese. Full of flavors, easy to prepare, and they also freeze well. Plus, the recipe is super adaptable to whatever veggies you want to use.

Start the day with a bang of nutrients!

Recipe by Maria and Josh at Two Peas & Their Pod. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole with Butternut Squash and Cranberries

Looking for a perfectly healthy and comfort meal, try this chicken and wild rice casserole with butternut squash and cranberries recipe. It’s a hearty, healthy one-dish meal that will be a completely satisfying dinner meal on any occasion. Really, really amazing!

Plus, it freezes well – just bake the casserole completely, then let cool to room temperature. Cover it tightly, then freeze for up to 3 months.

Recipe by Erin at Well Plated. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Paleo Chili

Super cozy and healthy, this amazing paleo chili it’s packed with fiber, antioxidants, and a ton of flavors. It’s a perfect combination – free of beans and dairy and with potatoes, pumpkin, veggies or meat, and spices. Plus, you can make it in huge batches or small portions, freeze it and use it for when you needed.

It’s a super easy recipe, prep all of the ingredients and add them into a large slow cooker. You can cook with or without meat – the choice it’s yours!

Recipe by Dr. Axe. Click here to try the recipe!

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Mexican Zucchini Lasagna

Want to prepare a tasty and healthy Mexican zucchini lasagna without no carb and calories that it’s freezer-friendly? We have the recipe! It’s cheesy, flavorful, and easy to prepare – perfect for family or friends gatherings.

The lasagna will be ready in a total time of 1 hour and 30 minutes, just follow the recipe instructions. Plus, you can leave the meat out, though, and use vegan cheese if you’d like.

Recipe by Taylor at Food Faith Fitness. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Turkey, Broccoli, and Mashed Cauliflower Casserole

This turkey, broccoli, and mashed cauliflower casserole it’s not only good looking, but it’s also incredibly tasty and easy to make. It has a unique flavor combination in every layer of the casserole, but if you want, you can make a veggie option – instead of meat, use hearty root vegetables of your choice.

Plus, the recipe could be made in advance – cook a big batch of the casserole, then cut it into individual portions and freeze them. When you need them, unfreeze and reheat them, and you’ll have a perfect main meal for serving!

Recipe by Kristen at Living Loving Paleo. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Sweet Potato Sage Pancakes

We all love eating pancakes, but these sweet potato pancakes are just amazing. Great at any time of the day and with a perfect mix of sweet and savory flavors.

Plus, they’re healthy and cheap and made with just a couple of ingredients in a total time of 20 minutes. They freeze well, so you’ll have pancakes for a couple of weeks in advance. Happy cooking!

Recipe by Kristen at Living Loving Paleo. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Twice-Baked Buffalo Chicken Sweet Potatoes

These twice-baked buffalo chicken sweet potatoes are the ideal delicious meal – perfect as a late last-minute dinner.

They are frozen fully cooked, so they just need to be reheated. The potatoes would store well for up to 3 months. For reheating, it depends on how much time you have. If you’re in a pinch, you will just microwave them. Ideally, pop them back in the oven to reheat, though. If they are thawed, you need to pop them in the oven at 350 for 15-20 minutes to heat them through.

Recipe by Danielle at The Creative Bite. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Frozen Smoothies

These frozen smoothies are perfect for a quick breakfast to start the day. You need to follow the steps and learn how to freeze them. Feel free to mix it up with other varieties of fruit and greens.

It’s easy and less time-consuming. Just remember, freezing fruit and veggies with the liquid somehow made the whole thing turn rancid. Just add the liquid right before blending.

Recipe by Lindsey at Hello Glow. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Slow Cooker Mushroom Barley Stew

This slow cooker mushroom barley stew it’s a perfect vegetarian dinner meal for the whole family. Full with veggies and flavorful and also cheap a meal. The mushrooms in the stew are a great alternative to meat.

If you want, you can even pour the broth into the freezer bag with everything else before freezing. Or make the complete stew and freeze it.

Recipe by Stockpiling Moms. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Curried Cauliflower Chickpea Wraps

If you’re looking for an easy vegan and gluten-free meal, then these healthy curried cauliflower chickpea wraps are perfect. Full of vitamins, dietary fibers, and proteins. With these wraps, you will always have some food in the freezer for a grab and go lunch option.

Spicy and delicious, and you can freeze them. Just wrap them in a foil or plastic wrap and toss them into the freezer. They’ll be suitable for up to 3 months.

Recipe by Katie at The Muffin Myth. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Gluten-Free Quinoa and Spinach Patties

These delicious gluten-free quinoa and spinach patties are quick and easy to make and freeze. You can even double the recipe and have a great freezer meal when you don’t have time or energy to cook. And when you need them, just reheat, and in only 15 minutes, you’ll have a tasty lunch.

These no-meat burgers are a great way to eat some greens and keep your gut healthy.

Recipe by Morgan at You’re an Animal. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

Winter Vegetable Soup

There is nothing better than a good soup in the freezer, and this winter vegetable soup it’s amazing. Flavorful and creamy and easy to prepare and freeze.

If you want the soup to freeze fine, just remember to allow it to cool before store into the freezer bags. It’s important to excess all the air from the bags before putting it into the freezer. The soup should keep in the fridge for up to 1 month.

Recipe by Trish at In Fine Balance. Click here to try the recipe.

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

The Best Freezer Meals On A Budget

 

 

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