Fridge Freeze

5 dishes that are ideal for cooking in bulk and freezing for later

Preparing delicious and nutritious meals every day isn't always easy or possible, so get ahead of the game by cooking in bulk and popping them in the freezer for later! We've compiled all our best tips and recipes for freezing food to help.

Food To Love|Mar 10, 2020

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  • Asparagus and feta frittata

    This scrumptious asparagus and feta frittata can be made ahead, stored, then reheated later for an easy summer lunch or dinner. You could even whip one up to take on a family picnic - it's so quick to make!

    Food|Dec 26, 2019

  • Cherry and lemonade fools

    Cherries are gently stewed in lemonade and layered with lemon curd, cream and coconut for this silky cherry fool recipe

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 11, 2016

  • Christmas ice-cream pops

    These ice-cream pops are a delicious enjoyed on Christmas Day, or on Boxing Day when you have extra pud to use up!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 11, 2016

  • Pork and sage meatballs with cabbage and pear

    Golden meatballs and colourful vegetables tossed with sweet fried pear slices - this dish is heavenly for lunch. It's also suitable for diabetics.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 07, 2016

  • No-cook oatmeal balls

    Looking for healthy, nourishing snack ideas? Try these no-cook oatmeal balls - full of natural, wholesome ingredients and so delicious!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Apr 11, 2016

  • Fresh ricotta with wine caramel grapes

    Soft Italian cheeses (ricotta, mascarpone, mozzarella) are simply irresistible to cook Nici Wickes! It’s fun to dabble in making them at home and while most require a certain degree of skill or equipment, ricotta is a cinch, she says

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Apr 01, 2016

  • Magical sago puddings

    Known as sago gula melaka, these are popular in Malaysia and Indonesia, where they are served cool. I adore them! Even if you’re not a big fan of sago, I urge you to try them.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Mar 14, 2016

  • Easy berry tiramisu

    My version of this famous Italian dessert is slightly lighter than the original and has the addition of raspberries for an added zing of freshness to go with the sharp espresso and cocoa. This definitely lives up to this dessert’s literal translation – “pick-me-up”.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Mar 14, 2016