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Ice Cream in a Bag This is SOOO easy… and delicious! In a small Ziplock bag, put: 1/2 C. half and half (milk works too) 1 Tbps. sugar 1 tsp. vanilla Insert that bag into a larger, one gallon Ziplock filled with ice and salt. Shake the bag for five minutes. Kids love that part! Then, remove the smaller bag which should have turned into ice cream. I did this in elem school and have been looking every where for it!

SUPER IDEA !!! ... mix up each batch and place each pie filling in it's own freezer bag. I then place the freezer bag in a pie pan and place it in the freezer to freeze in that shape. Once the filling is frozen, I take it out of the pan and store the fillings in stacks in the freezer. When I want to make a pie, all I have to do is unwrap a filling, plunk it into the crust, and bake

How to fill your freezer in 30 minutes a day. Frugal ideas and time-saving tips for freezer cooking. Includes easy freezer recipes and a menu plan.

Vanilla Sauce. 1C Sugar, 2T cornstarch, 2C Boiling water, 1/4C butter, 1/4t salt, 1T Vanilla. Mix sugar and cornstarch, add it to the boiling water stir constantly for 5 minutes. Remove from heat add butter, salt and vanilla. Serve over biscuits, pancakes, French toast, ice cream etc..

Make Ahead Freezer Meals from Taste of Home :: Busy weeknights call for make-ahead convenience. Find freezer recipes, make-ahead recipes, and freezer meals in this slideshow featuring casseroles, potpies, lasagna and more meals to freeze. :: pinterest.com/...

This series will give you tips and tricks to fill your freezer, and simplify the process.

Snickerdoodle Poppers Filled with Vanilla Pudding...uses Grands biscuits, cinnamon sugar, & pudding or some use cream cheese filling...yummy!!

Remember when you were little and learned how to make ice cream in a bag? Get ready to bring back those memories.

homemade ice cream without a machine (but I'd skip the food coloring and sub real cookies for store bought junk)

Cupcake Frosting !All you do is mix one vanilla pudding packet with half of the milk called for on the package. Whisk until it begins to thicken. Then fold in one container of Cool Whip. A great frosting spread on cakes and piped onto cupcakes, a tasty filling in crepes or on waffles along with some fruit.