I recently had a craving for my Chocolate Mini Muffins one cold and somewhat snowy morning. So, I went ahead and made them. This time I doubled the recipe. It was quick and easy to do thanks to my Kitchen Aid Mixer and several mini muffin pans. I ended up baking a grand total of 100 mini muffins.
I saved 40 of them to enjoy with my family. The rest of the muffins were stored in the freezer. I packaged the muffins in 2 freezer bags with 30 in each.
That’s 60 Chocolate Mini Muffins in my freezer ready to be eaten whenever a craving strikes.
Recipe: Low Fat Chocolate Mini Muffins
I could say I cooked up some other things like a meal to put in my freezer. But, the mini muffins was all I could manage that afternoon and I’m fine with that. Sometimes my freezer cooking sessions consists of only making a big batch of dessert like cookie dough or mini banana muffins.
So do you do anything similar? Do you freeze any sweet treats?
I’m on a mission to make food ahead of time and freezing it. If you missed my previous Freezer Friday posts, then be sure to find them HERE. My goal is to make and freeze food in less than 2 hours every 1 to 2 weeks. I don’t necessarily mean whole meals but food items that we can get from the freezer. It provides us homemade food that is convenient while also saving us money.
(This is linked to Works for Me Wednesday.)