Here are 29 Top Easy & Best Healthy Frozen Meals to Make Ahead that your toddler will love.
To get started, pick one full day and prepare all your freezer meals for the month. You can only make around 5 basic meals and create multiple meals out of this or duplicate the meals, instead of making all of this 29 Top Easy & Best Healthy Frozen Meals to Make Ahead.

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Easy Individual Mini Meat Lasagnas {Freezer-Friendly!}

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Looking for an easy freezer-friendly dinner idea?
These individually-sized lasagnas are the perfect go-to lunch or dinner! They work amazingly well for single people, busy schedules, and hungry boys. 🙂
Take them to work (you might make all your co-workers jealous!), send them in your older kids’ lunches, or even bring them as a frozen meal to someone else!
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FREEZER CHICKEN TENDERS

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These Freezer Chicken Tenders are perfect for meal prep. Make several batches ahead of time and stick them in the freezer. On a busy night, just pull them out, bake from frozen and have dinner on the table in 30 minutes!
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Freezer-Friendly Barbecued Meatballs

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My great grandmother passed along a love of barbecue meatballs to our family — and it’s a recipe we’ve made over and over again. We love to serve these with twice baked potatoes, homemade rolls, and tossed salad.
And even if you’re not a fan of most freezer meals, I bet this one would work for your family since you freeze it uncooked. No one will likely know that you pulled this out of the freezer to serve for dinner. 🙂
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Simple Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff

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Traditional Beef Stroganoff is something that this lady is just not going to attempt, but Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff…sure, sign me up. Tender chunks of beef in a flavorful sauce, yum!
You can customize this recipe easily for your tastes, this version is tweaked to the preferences of my family. Experiment & change it up for your family. Does your family enjoy mushrooms? Then by all means use Campbell’s Golden Mushroom soup instead of French Onion, maybe even throw in some fresh mushrooms towards the end of the cooking time. A big time saver is that this recipe uses stew beef, which is great in my book because the cutting is already done for you. Of course you can also use a larger piece of beef and cut into small pieces too. I also opted to use only 4 oz of cream cheese at the end, if you prefer a creamier sauce, then by all means add more. Serve over some steaming hot rice or egg noodles & dinner is served!
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Chicken Enchiladas (eat one casserole and freeze the other!)

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The key to making this dish “real food” is ensuring that the corn tortillas you use are 100% whole-grain. Reading food labels can be confusing as it is, but trying to figure out what products are truly 100% whole-grain is especially hard. Very few food labels say “whole corn” as the main ingredient so you either have to keep looking or make the tortillas yourself (with Masa Harina and a tortilla press). I’ve searched grocery stores high & low and was able to find one brand of corn tortillas that proudly states they are made with “whole corn.” They are located in the freezer section of Earth Fare next to the other frozen breads products and they are called: Food for Life Sprouted Corn Tortillas.
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Freezer-Friendly Ham & Cheese Pockets

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Today’s recipe is one that was one of our favorite law school recipes. I haven’t made it since the law school days and had all but forgotten about it until I saw recipe for Ham & Cheese Pockets.
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