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Hi-- Although I'm a SAHM, I feel like the kitchen is consuming all my time between preparing food then cleaning it up. I'd like to stock my freezer/pantry with healthy stuff I can pack for the kids for busy appointment days, or just days I want to spend an extra-long day at the beach or park. 

 

Here's what I'm trying so far:

 

1. Whatever meat/veggies I have left over from dinner go into frittatas I bake in muffin tins while I do the dishes. 1 egg, plus filling, makes 2 "muffins"

 

2. I've been making lots of Paleo muffin recipes and freezing them. Great to freeze individually and they thaw quickly. 

 

What are your favorite portable meals? 


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How do you make the egg muffin thing?

My go to is soaked oats and yogurt and fruit in a one serving jar.
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Great idea on the jar! What size? I only have the standard canning size (ha, I don't even know what size that is offhand), but if I could find some in the 1/2 cup range, that would be awesome. Can you freeze soaked oats? 

 

I bake the filling, egg, splash of cream in silicone muffin liners at 350 for 15-20 minutes. I just keep an eye on them while I clean up the kitchen. The silicone liners are great because I don't even have to use a muffin tin- I just set the liners on a cookie sheet. 


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Cool. I think I will have to buy some of those silicone pans anyway. Are they safe? In the meantime I will use a metal muffin pan. I have never frozen the oats but I do make them and they last at least 4 days. Let me know if you need the ratios. I do think my jars are 2 cup size.
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I have a lot of favorite Grab-N-Go meals
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