I don’t write a ton about cooking, but I blog about the home. Entertaining inside of it, decorating it, and creating things by hand that make home a better place. There are cases though where hospitality and the comforts of home extend outside our houses. Being a thoughtful hostess goes beyond my walls today as I am so excited to have the opportunity to take a few freezer meals to some good friends of ours who just had a baby this weekend!
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In my whole kitchen repertoire, I make three casserole style recipes regularly – Chicken Enchiladas, Italian stuffed shells, and French Country Chicken. The name French Country Chicken might bring to mind something breaded and double friend, but this recipe is actually reminiscent of the French countryside with braised cannelloni beans, blistered tomatoes all in a thyme sauce. The chicken enchilada dish is one our of favorites, not too spicy, but with a good flavor, and there really isn’t a ton I can say about Italian stuffed shells except for that if you like cheese, you’re gonna love them.
There may not be a couple with a new baby in your life, but if you know someone who is sick, elderly, or just could use a little pick-me-up, this is such a great way to help someone out and show that your domesticity reaches beyond your own home.
If you’re someone who likes to plan your own family’s meals in advance, you can use this same method to freeze meals to eat during the week as well.
I hope you’ll give these three easy freezer meals a try and let me know how you (or someone close to you) likes them.
Have a great week guys!
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