This lentil soup recipe is simple yet hearty, delicious and packed with nutrition. It's also incredibly versatile - you can make it vegan, vegetarian, or add some good braising meat (I like using beef short ribs or pieces of beef chuck) to add a richer flavor. Plus, it's freezer friendly! Make sure to check out this delicious and budget-friendly recipe.
Our favorite tomato-based pasta sauce comes from J. Kenji Lopez-Alt over at Serious Eats. This sauce is packed with serious flavor and only requires one pot to make. Plus, it's incredibly easy to make this vegan, vegetarian, Keto, and Whole30 friendly! Try it once and it will soon become a staple in your kitchen!
This one-pot beef chili kit takes 30 minutes to throw together and is one of the most comforting and delicious dishes in our freezer stash. This is a staple in our kitchen because it tastes so good and is budget-friendly. One recipe makes 8 cups.
This recipe is adopted from Kendra Aronson's "SLO Farmer's Market Cookbook" and is a staple in our freezer stash. It's packed with flavor and is the perfect soup to make this winter. Plus it's completely vegan. The combination of butternut squash, mushrooms, and quinoa is divine.
Check out this freezer-friendly (and completely vegan) creamy steel-cut oats recipe. Our favorite is to make a big batch and then freeze in individual portions using our Souper Cubes® tray. 3 minutes in the microwave and breakfast is ready. Top with your favorite ingredients.
We love Osso Buco. But not everyone loves veal, and shank meat can be a little dry. Try this twist on the classic recipe that uses beef instead. It is guaranteed to have tender and juicy meat, incredible flavor, and all the rich marrow goodness you expect. It also freezes and reheats extremely well.
This one-pot honey-teriyaki sauce takes less than 15 minutes to throw together. My favorite is to make a big batch (4x the original recipe) and freeze it in smaller portions so I have a home-made version that is delicious and has a fraction of the sodium. Use this sauce on your next stir-fry.
This dish is packed with flavor and can be made in advance. We turned to Linda Sendowski over at the Global Jewish Kitchen for inspiration for the mushroom dumpling filling. For the broth, we offer three choices for you: classic chicken broth, beef bone broth, or vegan broth. Our recommendation is to make the broth in advance and freeze in your Souper Cubes® trays so all you'll have to throw together is the dumpling filling.
Freezer meal prep meets granola - perfect to change up your granola for the fall season. The trick here is to mix the wet ingredients in bulk and freeze in a Souper Cubes® tray. Then when you're ready to make granola, defrost a cube of the pumpkin-apple mixture and add oats and your favorite nuts. One cube is enough to make 4+ cups of granola.