Tips for Freezing Casseroles

With our little girl due to be born in just 10 weeks, I’m starting to freeze meals to help us make it through the postpartum period.

My husband and I love casseroles, so I’m assembling a number of these. I’m drawing on my previous experience and suggestions in a decades-old Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book to make sure these casseroles taste great when I thaw and bake them.

Tips for Freezing Casseroles | A few simple strategies make sure your casseroles taste great after they’ve been frozen. Remember these strategies with the help of this handy tip sheet.

(Click on the image to view and download a larger, printable version of the tips.)

What additional tips can you share? What’s your favorite casserole to freeze?

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  1. Great tips and I really love that you included a printable!!


    Pinning it!

  2. Thank you for the tips for freezing casseroles. You are much more ambitious that I was during my last few months of pregnancy. Good luck with your new little one!

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