Freezer Cooking: Whole Wheat Pancakes, Chicken Cordon Bleu and More


During the past two weeks, I did a better job filling my freezer with homemade meals and breakfast items. I was more productive compared to my last freezer cooking post (March).

Here are a few meals and breakfast items I cooked and froze during the past two weeks.

What have you been freezer cooking lately?

I’m on a mission to make food ahead of time and freezing it. If you missed my previous Freezer Cooking 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.


  1. I’ve cooked extra chicken to freeze for years, but noticed that it can sometimes get “tough”. I’ve found that it really helps to freeze the checken pieces in broth to prevent this, and is especially helpful when using the chicken for a recipe that also requires broth. I’m curious though, if it would be ok to re-freeze the broth if I’m making a recipe that doesn’t need it…?

  2. I agree having broth with the chicken pieces to freeze hekpsense. I have never tried to re-freeze broth so I’m not sure if that would be okay.

  3. Hi!
    For the chicken cordon bleu- did you freeze them after you cooked them? If so, what did you do to them after they were frozen? Did you bake them frozen or thawed? What temp, how long? And, how did they taste? Thanks!!

    • Ho Kara – I cook the chicken cordon bleu fully and then flash freeze it for 30 minutes. I then place in a freezer bag to store in freezer. I reheat straight from the freezer – 350 degrees for 40 minutes. They taste great.

  4. Is it ok to freeze cooked chicken cordon blue that has been in the refrigerator for a few days?

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