If you're too busy or tired to cook every night, don't panic. The authors of Don't Panic - Dinner's in the Freezer guides you through making your own homemade frozen dinners without compromising texture and flavor. Assemble your dinner with fresh ingredients and then freeze. When you're ready to cook dinner, all you have to do is throw it in the oven and serve. Your family will delight in your homemade meals! The recipes are simple and easy to convert to any size family. Recipes include lemon glazed chicken breasts, Dijon pork loin roast, meatloaf, breads, muffins, soups, and pastas.
Hectic lifestyles and over-full schedules make traditional cooking methods nearly obsolete in many families. The results are poor nutrition and budgets strained by the high cost of fast food or commercially prepared meals. Don't Panic-Dinner's in the Freezer offers a simple and economical alternative, featuring dozens of recipes designed to be prepared and frozen for future use.
With 100,000 copies sold, this book gives practical tips for planning, organizing, and shopping for meals, as well as unique ways to freeze and reheat prepared foods. Every recipe includes measurements for cooking alone or as a joint venture with one or two friends. Families, singles, retirees-everyone who needs to eat-will find fast and easy answers to the question, "What's for dinner?"
Susie Martinez is the elementary director of Southern Gables Church in Littleton, Colorado. She graduated from Taylor University with a degree in social work. The mother of two, Susie, her family live in Lakewood, Colorado.
Bonnie Garcia is a graduate of Grace College. A pediatric nurse, she is also the busy mother of three sons. Bonnie, her husband, Steve, and their family live in Denver, Colorado.
Vanda Howell attended Colorado State University and now serves as the administrator for the performing arts ministry at her church and sings on the praise team. A real estate appraiser, Vanda, her husband, Mike, and their son live in Lakewood, Colorado.