November is Mini Meatball Month!!!

November 1, 2009


This is the very very very first item I made in bulk to freeze. I used this recipe for mini Italian meatballs and made 14 dozen in one day.

My first daughter had just been born early and was staying in the NICU. I was going crazy with worry. We were only permitted to see her for 1 hour each day and I finally decided to fill my freezer with food for when she was able to come home. This was more for my sanity than anything else. A way to fill up my days while she was away.

Check in tomorrow for the recipe and then get ready, because all month long I will be sharing MANY recipes for using your fabulous frozen meatballs.
Autumn is the perfect season to cozy up with something hearty and warm. And it couldn't be easier!!!

4 comments:

BreAn November 01, 2009  

I'm excited for an Italian meat ball recipe. Like you, meatballs were the first thing I froze in bulk too. They are a great add in for soups, pasta and rice dishes. I'm excited to get even more ideas.
BTW I just found your blog last week and already LOVE IT!!

Gingersnaps November 01, 2009  

LOL, crazy! I just popped in here to see if you had direction how to cook frozen meatballs - YEAH! THis will be fun! Thanks so much for the inspiration and great website - FREEZE HAPPY rocks!

Gingersnaps November 02, 2009  

Do you have printer friendly versions of your recipes?

Callista November 02, 2009  

Yum! I love meatballs, but I HATE the frozen ones from the grocerys store.. soo expensive!
Can't wait!

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