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Smart Idea: Make large batches of soup then freeze in silicone muffin molds. Pop 'em out and freeze. Just reheat 2-3 pucks in a mug for a quick dinner. Perfect for the upcoming fall/winter season!

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Muffin-Tin Meal

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Lasagna Cups

what a great way to keep from having to store a half a pan of lasagna in the fridge. also super portable for brown bagging it, or a great serving size for a buffet lunch!

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Tips, Tips, and More Tips

Divide and freeze soup into muffin tins. Makes perfect individual servings that you can just pop out when ever you need them.

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How to Freeze Pasta

Learning how to freeze pasta can make your dinner life a whole lot easier!

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Freezing Stock

Some recipes require just a little stock, and the leftovers from a whole can won't keep forever in the refrigerator. Freezing unused stock or a homemade batch in 1-cup muffin tins makes it easy to store in small amounts. Pop frozen portions out of tin; store them in resealable plastic bags labeled with the date (frozen stock keeps for about two months).

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Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup

Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup ~ Quick and easy soup recipes

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Fix-and-Freeze Recipes: March 2014

Fix-and-Freeze Recipes/ one month of dinners

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Brush both side of potato slices with butter; place them on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in the oven for 30 to 40 minutes or until lightly browned on both sides, turning once. When potatoes are ready, top with bacon and cheese and continue baking until the cheese has melted.