You know those times when you want to make a stew, soup or sauce but really can't be bothered to chop up all that veg for the base?
Well that's where these Handy Freeze Soup bags come in.
Also it stops any veg in the fridge drawer spoiling if you get it all prepared in advance and frozen, saving your some pounds of dollars too.
What you add to the soup bags is totally up to you, but I like to stick to a soup base of onion, garlic, carrots, celery and leeks. Then when I want to make up some stew or similar, I only have to chop up any additional veg I want to throw in. It really saves time to get dinner on the stove and cooking.
These little bags are great for slow cooker meals too, as you can just open the bag and add it into the slow cooker frozen. If you know in advance you are going to use one, then just defrost in the fridge over night.
I chop up all the veg, add it to a large bowl, mix well, so you have an even distribution of everything, and then use a 1 cup measurement (240ml) add two cups worth to each freezer ziplock bag. I then flatten out the bag and place in the freezer flat also, to freeze.
I like to use these Ziplock Freezer Bags which I buy from Costco, but you can also get them on amazon (see link)
These really are so handy to have.
If you like this. I am going to be creating some slow cooker freezer bags very soon - so watch this space!!