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Any tips for quick and easy dinners after a busy day?

Posted on 2/01/10 at 8:32 PM By BISSELL | 90 Replies

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Laura Billings

Baltimore, MD

72 Community Rewards Points

Cooking and freezing is definitely the way to go!  I will cook a couple of meals on the weekend and freeze them in individual portions.  On weekday mornings, I take out whatever I will be serving that evening and put it in the fridge to thaw.

Posted on 6/08/10 at 2:43 PM

Greg Weaver

East Berlin, PA

379 Community Rewards Points

Kebabs!  You can make them up way in advance, and I use the Ziploc Vacuum Freezer bags (they sent me a free pump & few sample bags and I was sold, man--quick and easy!) to seal them up tight and freeze them.  Then just dunk the sealed bag in tepid water for about 15 minutes to thaw them, toss 'em on the grill, and they're ready in 15 minutes.  Toast a couple of pitas and unskewer them, put 'em in the pockets, and you have quick, hot,fairly healthy, tasty sandwiches. 


I can post a recipe for my Souvlaki skewers if anyone wants.

Posted on 6/07/10 at 9:15 PM


Salem, OR

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Posted on 6/05/10 at 10:44 PM

wendy jackson

Pensacola, FL

83 Community Rewards Points

i make a taco soup that is really good and its quick and easy. one bag of scoop frito chips, 2 cans of rotell, 2 cans black beans, 1 can pinto beans, 2 pks of ranch dressing mix,2 or 3 lbs hamberger meat,1 pk of green onions, 2 or 3 pks taco seasoning and sour cream and taco sauce.Brown the meat mix everything together in large pot add about 3 cups water bring to boil and then let simmer about 10 minutes put chips in bottom of bowl then add the soup top with cheese green onions sour cream then sauce. ENJOY!

Posted on 6/04/10 at 7:16 AM

Tina Vitale

Forest, VA

102 Community Rewards Points

I try to cook something and then use it again as a "roll over" meal,. like if I cook sauce, then i use it to make lasagna and then use it again later in the week to make some other kind of pasta, or you can freezed the sauce and use it much later.   I cook a bunch of chicken breast in the crock pot and then you can use that chicken for chicken salad, chicken fajitas, chicken & rice, chicken -n- dumplings, chicken broccoli casserole.  See where I am going, just cook a bunch of something and then use it several different ways.  

Posted on 5/06/10 at 2:35 PM

pauline hrubes

peabody, MA

79 Community Rewards Points

what I do is at least once a week I cook a double meal and freeze one, If I make meatballs I make enough for 2 meals, the same with chicken. I freeze one of the meals that way on a day that is just crazy and I know that there will not be time to cook, I call home have one of my teen sons pull a meals out of the freezer and put it in the oven at 325 so by the time I get home from work I just put some rolls in the oven and dinner is ready for the table

Posted on 4/23/10 at 9:02 AM


West Grove, PA

475 Community Rewards Points

Sloppy joes (Manwich) 

chip steak on a roll 

Posted on 4/15/10 at 9:33 PM

Erica Petty

Dayton, TX

347 Community Rewards Points

Tomato soup and sandwiches!

Posted on 4/14/10 at 1:38 AM


Madisonville, LA

101 Community Rewards Points also has many recipes that are quick and easy and also many slow cooker recipes

Posted on 4/06/10 at 11:34 PM


Madisonville, LA

101 Community Rewards Points

Campbell's soup recipes are quick and easy and can be found at

Posted on 4/06/10 at 11:32 PM
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