Freezer to Slow Cooker Weeks 6 & 7 Printables AVAILABLE NOW

 

Freezer to Slow Cooker - week 6 & 7 - Printable meal plans

I remember when I first started doing these Freezer to Slow Cooker meal plans.  You all kept asking if there was an easy way to print them.  It has taken me a while, but I’ve finally have 8 weeks of these babies converted to printable PDF files that you can purchase if you want to.  Today, I’m releasing weeks 6 and 7 together!  That means I only have one more to convert into a printable for you before I’m caught up!  Of course, that only means I need to make more meal plans, but that’s OK, I’m ready for some variety in my life!

 

If you love the Crockpot Freezer Meals but want an easier way to print them, this is your chance.  For just $2.99, you can have that week’s menu in a PDF file.  That way you can have it printed out on your counter while you’re cooking and not leaning over a tablet, phone or computer!

 

Freezer to Slow Cooker Blank Week

 

In these very special e-cookbooks, you’ll find:

  • Photos of the recipes
  • 6 recipes
  • Shopping list
  • Assembly instructions
  • Labels for your freezer bags

 

The following recipes will be included:

 

Week 6

Slow Cooker Honey Parmesan Pork Roast
Slow Cooker Vegetable Beef Soup
Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Stack
Marinara Chicken & Vegetables
New Orleans Red Beans & Rice
Easy Crockpot Meatballs (Spaghetti & Meatballs)

 

 

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Week 7

 

Chicken Cordon Bleu
Broccoli Cheese Soup
Smothered Steak
Hearty Western Casserole
Crockpot Chicken Cacciatore
Shredded Pork Soft Tacos

 

 

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Or…..If you’d like to buy them together, you can save $1 for a limited time!  Get both ebooks for only $4.99.

Week 6-7 Collage

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Even if you don’t buy any today, I just want to know how much I appreciate you and your support.  Every click, every email, every comment, every interaction that you all give to me, means a lot to me!


12 Amazing Crockpot Soup Recipes

Brrr, it’s getting colder and colder outside!  Have you turned your heat on in your house yet?  We are sticking to using space heaters for now, as it still gets pretty warm in the afternoon, but I can see we’ll have to succumb very soon!  Otherwise, we’ll freeze!  ;)

 

With the colder weather comes the need for feel good foods.  Foods that warm the body and make you feel satisfied all at once, right?  This is the perfect time to bring out some yummy soups! I’m happy to share our favorites – 12 Amazing Crockpot Soup Recipes.

 

I’ve got lots of great recipes on my site, all of which are Crockpot Freezer Meals.  I’m going to be adding more and more, but for now, these will get you started!

12 Slow Cooker Soups

 

 

Taco Soup

Pasta Fagiola

French Stew

Slow Cooker Potato Soup

Slow Cooker Pinto Beans

Easy Slow Cooker Chili

Chicken & Noodle Soup

Beef & Veggie Soup

Broccoli Cheese Soup

Stuffed Pepper Soup

Cheeseburger Soup

White Chicken Chili

 

If you’d like a free one week menu of Crockpot Freezer Meals, don’t forget to subscribe to my email list.

 

Also, be sure to check out the 9 weeks of Crockpot Freezer Meals on my site, as well as the meal plan where I made 24 meals in 3 hours for $250 from Walmart.  

 

Slow Cooker Soups


Sometimes Things Go a Little Haywire

all things work together for good

 

I realize it’s only October and the year isn’t even over yet, but can I tell you something?  This year has been one of the hardest years of my life!  Seriously.  It’s been rough!  Let me tell you about it….

January – 5 day hospital stay with my daughter who has epilepsy.  They had to do a video EEG, so they could study the type of seizures she has, hopefully helping to get her seizure auras under control.  It seems like we have now, thankfully!

 

FebruaryEnd of pregnancy woes, like gestational diabetes and praying for no C-section!

 

MarchBaby #7 born on 3/13.  She’s been a joy, but definitely a difficult, fussy baby.

 

AprilWhooping cough hits our family.  Let me tell you, they call it the 100 day cough for a reason!  Puke bowls abound, as any time someone coughs, they throw up, multiple times a day for many days straight!

 

May – Extra fussy baby, can’t get anything done.

 

June – A trip to San Diego for baby and I, to a blogging conference…this was definitely a highlight!

 

July - Child #2 had to have another ear surgery (mastoidectomy) because the cyst they had orignally removed that had originally paralyzed half of her face, was growing back.  This was her 4th surgery on this ear.  On the 27th of July, Child #4 was admitted to the hospital with asthma struggles.  She ended up being transferred to a children’s hospital and treated in the PICU for 7 days of the 9 day hospital stay.

 

August – Daughter released from hospital, but now struggling with anxiety due to the hospital stay (and possibly the steroids they sent her home on).  We’re still trying to resolve the anxiety issues.

 

September – School starts.  We homeschool, so this is a big deal for us!  I was thankful to have a bit more structure to our days!  We even took a break and went on a fun vacation to Branson that I’ll be telling you more about soon.

 

October – Our marriage is struggling.  We are committed to finding happiness and peace and growing our love for each other, but it’s been a tough process.  In fact, this is why I’ve been a little bit scarce in writing here on the blog.  I had started the 52 week Organized Home Challenge and suddenly paused it while I got my feet back under me.  I’m hoping to start it back up this week, but my life has been a roller coaster ride!

 

I said all of that to say this.

 

I get it.

 

I know life is hard.

 

When you’re feeling all alone and like nobody else could ever understand where you’re at.  It’s OK.  Take a deep breath and let God give you a hug.  He cares for you no matter what!  He loves you, even when you don’t feel very lovable.  He is a Friend to the friendless and a Father to the fatherless!

 

Romans 8:28(KJV)

28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

 

Philippians 4:13 (NKJV)

13 I can do all things through Christ[a] who strengthens me.

 

 

It can be easy to let everything go.  (I know, I’ve been doing it….you should see the condition of my house!!).  But, it’s important when things are hard, that you give yourself a little slack.  Don’t expect perfection.  Just rest.  Rest in God’s love.  Rest in His peace.  Put your trust in Him and you will be OK.  For He will never give you more than you can bear!

 

P.S.  Don’t forget that today is the last day of the Stock Your Freezer Sale!  If you’ve not yet made your purchase, you’re able to get $31.xx worth of merchandise for just $15!  The products in this bundle will help you to get one of the stresses in your life under control.  Meal times!  You’ll get my one month $250 Walmart menu, my weeks 1-4 of Crockpot Freezer Meals as well as the Breakfast and Lunch Station packs from my friend Kim of Not Consumed.  You absolutely will be excited when you see this sale!  Hurry though, it ends at midnight tonight.

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