Learning how to freeze a casserole is a great way to save money and time. Always having a meal at the ready means that you will eat well even your grocery budget has run out. Freezing meals is also a great way to use up ingredients that are the verge of going bad, so less of your money ends up in the trash.
One of the problems with buying ingredients in bulk at a lower price is that we often cannot use the food as fast as it can go bad; the ability to freeze meals will allow you to buy those large quantities with the knowledge that you can safely store them before they spoil.
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Tips on How to Freeze a Casserole
- Make sure your casserole has cooled completely before placing in the freezer.
- To avoid freezer burn, be sure to wrap your casserole very well. You might even want to double-wrap it in both tinfoil and plastic wrap for extra protection.
- Label your casseroles with both what they are and when you made them.
- When you’re ready to cook it, let your casserole thaw overnight in the refrigerator.
- For the complete guide on How to Freeze a Casserole, be sure to visit our friends at AllFreeCasseroleRecipes!
Bonus: Freezer Friendly Meals
- Chicken Noodle Pot Pie Casserole
- Broccoli Rice Casserole
- Breakfast Casserole Bites
- View the entire collection of freezer-friendly meals here.
What food do you always keep on hand in your freezer?
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