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Make-Ahead Meals Made Healthy - Exceptionally Delicious and Nutritious Freezer-Friendly Recipes You Can Prepare in Advance and Enjoy at a Moment's Notice - cover

Make-Ahead Meals Made Healthy - Exceptionally Delicious and Nutritious Freezer-Friendly Recipes You Can Prepare in Advance and Enjoy at a Moment's Notice

Michele Borba

Publisher: Fair Winds Press

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Summary

Easily enjoy home-cooked meals with wholesome ingredients every day of the week with a little help from your freezer. 
 
Delight in delicious, nutritious food and save time and money with this guide to preparing meals you can fix and freeze now and enjoy any night of your crazy-busy week! 
 
Unlike the sodium-laced, preservative-filled meals you might find in your grocer’s freezer aisle, Make-Ahead Meals Made Healthy features all-natural recipes full of flavors that come to life the instant you reheat them—so your meals don’t just taste as good as the day you stored them away, but better. In addition, you’ll find great tips and advice on how to best prep, store, and reheat every single dish (in any portion), making mealtime prep a cinch for any member of your household. 
 
From comforting casserole and lasagna recipes made new again with fresh veggies and whole grains, to hearty and wholesome breakfast baked goods and sweet treats, you’ll discover so many “must-make” recipes inside that you may need to consider a larger freezer! 
 
Such show-stopping recipes include:Saucy Saffron ChickenWhole-Grain Pesto Pasta CasseroleAsian-Spiced Tuna CakesApricot-Pistachio Rice PilafVegetarian Teriyaki Stir-FryFast and Easy Fresh Herb FocacciaBaked Gingerbread Cake Doughnuts with Maple GlazeBlackberry Buttermilk Cake 
 
With Make-Ahead Meals Made Healthy, serving healthy, home-cooked meals every night of the week has never been simpler—or more delicious.
Available since: 07/01/2011.
Print length: 232 pages.

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