Summary

Freezing soups, dinners, and baked goods is a great way to stock up on your favorites and enjoy them whenever you want.

Do you have a favorite meal coming up that you wish you could eat every week? Like the Enchilada Bake or Cuban Inspired Mojo? The good news is that you can stock up on your favorites and freeze them to enjoy later. 

Soups - These are perfect for freezer storage. We recommend freezing for up to 2-3 weeks. Then let it thaw out in your fridge before heating up and enjoying them.

Dinners - Our dinners can also be frozen for up to 3-4 weeks. When you’re ready to eat it, just put the container in the freezer, let it thaw, and then heat up in the skillet. While some of our dinners can be enjoyed fresh out of the container or heated up, we recommend that if you freeze these meals, you heat them up on the skillet after freezing them, instead of eating them cold. The greens may look a little wilted after you thaw them out, but once you heat them up, they’ll taste just fine. 

Baked Goods - Our muffins and some of our other baked goods (such as our breakfast crumbles, baked oatmeals, snack bars, etc.) freeze well, too! If they’re paired with a fresh fruit or cream, remove those and eat them fresh. As long as the baked goods are well wrapped, they should last in the freezer for at least 4-6 weeks. To defrost, just let them thaw in the fridge for a few hours or up to overnight before enjoying. Most of our bars are fine to eat as-is, but most of our baked goods (muffins, baked oatmeals, crumbles) are best heated in an oven, toaster oven, or microwave for a few minutes to warm them through.


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Posted 
Sep 3, 2021
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Summary

Freezing soups, dinners, and baked goods is a great way to stock up on your favorites and enjoy them whenever you want.

Do you have a favorite meal coming up that you wish you could eat every week? Like the Enchilada Bake or Cuban Inspired Mojo? The good news is that you can stock up on your favorites and freeze them to enjoy later. 

Soups - These are perfect for freezer storage. We recommend freezing for up to 2-3 weeks. Then let it thaw out in your fridge before heating up and enjoying them.

Dinners - Our dinners can also be frozen for up to 3-4 weeks. When you’re ready to eat it, just put the container in the freezer, let it thaw, and then heat up in the skillet. While some of our dinners can be enjoyed fresh out of the container or heated up, we recommend that if you freeze these meals, you heat them up on the skillet after freezing them, instead of eating them cold. The greens may look a little wilted after you thaw them out, but once you heat them up, they’ll taste just fine. 

Baked Goods - Our muffins and some of our other baked goods (such as our breakfast crumbles, baked oatmeals, snack bars, etc.) freeze well, too! If they’re paired with a fresh fruit or cream, remove those and eat them fresh. As long as the baked goods are well wrapped, they should last in the freezer for at least 4-6 weeks. To defrost, just let them thaw in the fridge for a few hours or up to overnight before enjoying. Most of our bars are fine to eat as-is, but most of our baked goods (muffins, baked oatmeals, crumbles) are best heated in an oven, toaster oven, or microwave for a few minutes to warm them through.


Get meals delivered to your door
We believe eating delicious is crucial to a healthy diet. Each week, our team of chefs design a new menu for what's in season, fresh and flavorful.
TRY THISTLE
Posted 
Sep 3, 2021
 in 
Recipes + Meal Hacks
 category.