Today's post is going to be a quick one because I'm running around like a chicken with my head cut off. #Thursday. I just wanted to be sure to share the video that went live on my channel today, because it's one you NEED IN YOUR LIFE!
Every Thursday I upload a new video to YouTube, and today we are talking make-ahead freezer sandwiches! I've already taught you about my Freezer PB&J's, today I'm showing you how I do the cutest little meat and cheese sandwiches. My kids freak out over these for school; they love them!
I'm in the process of “productifying” (not word, we're going to make it one…) my life. My goal is to do the work once, and maximize it in such a way that it continues to work for me again and again. This is the perfect way to do that! Take the time ONCE, and get many lunches out of it.
Excited for the video?? You should be. *wink*
Watch the video online HERE, or watch below:
Isn't that simple??
HOW TO MAKE FREEZER SANDWICHES
As I mentioned in the video, I would just recommend putting the cheese between the meat, because some cheeses thaw better than others – you don't want it sticking to the bread.
Again, see how I freezer PB&J's HERE. Really, you could do this with any combination of meat and cheese – I can't think of any that isn't freezer-friendly!
Hope this makes your life a little easier, as it has mine. If you liked these tips, then make sure that you check out my post about kids' lunch meal prep ideas. You're sure to find all kinds of great tips like this!
Be sure to continue to follow along with our #Shelftember challenge for your chance to WIN A FREEZER! The response and participation has been astounding, so don't get FOMO by missing out.
Now, I gotta run, and figure out how to be 3 places at once…#momlife.
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Have a great week, Freebs!