Afternoon all, just wondered what recipes you would recommend to batch make and freeze? We start lambing (500 sheep) then right into calving (200 cows) plus working and having two little ones. Will stick to the guide as much as possible but will struggle with the sleep part!!! let the fun begin.

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Susan McGarrigle
over 3 years

Stews, curries, soup. Scrambled egg / avocado on rye when you are really pushed for time. Sounds like you are going to be a busy lady. Good luck 😘

sabwade83
over 3 years

Just had the defrosted beef stew and it was awesome 😋 I'm gonna make a batch and freeze a few portions for emergencies 👍

lithie
over 3 years

We've got sheep and cattle, but no way near your numbers but we used to be in dairy. Got out 3 years ago thankfully. So I understand where you are coming from. I made the chicken schnitzel from Madeline's book last night and the kids loved it. It's very quick as well 4 mins each side. I've made a batch of Monday's beef stew I'm sure it will freeze well and suit a hungry farmer or 2! Good luck with it all. I feel much better since I've been eating properly on this plan and with enough planning I'm sure you will do really well. X

Emma jane
over 3 years

Perfect ladies thank you xxx

HeatherD
over 3 years

I seemed to have a lot of the chicken & cashew stir fry leftover and it's frozen well. Good luck!

linda
over 3 years

The chickpea curry froze really well and I've had the quinoa mushroom risotto from this week which I think would freeze well.

Glowsquared
over 3 years

The beef stew freezes really well. I'd be tempted to do some good soups too :)

jay-lincs
over 3 years

Beef stew, any of the curries, make a batch of bolognaise or the Mexican mince from the book, basically anything you can make lots of 😊

Emma jane
over 3 years

oh brilliant thank you x

Ingrid
over 3 years

I have frozen the quinoa and beetroot recipe from week 1 (without the sweet potato and tomatoes). It worked really well. I have unfrozen one portion this week and was delicious.