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How to Host a Freezer Meal Party 1. Invite friends


Three to fi ve is perfect. Many hands make light work, but you don’t want too many cooks in the kitchen.


2. Pick a location


If one of your friends has a large, well-equipped kitchen, use it. If not, a church kitchen would be a good option.


3. Gather your recipes


Ask friends if they would like to contribute. We chose six different recipes and doubled most of them.


4. Make a shopping list


An easy way to calculate quantities is to input each ingredient into a spreadsheet. Set up the spreadsheet to multiply by the number of participants and you’ll know how much of each ingredient to buy.


5. Don’t forget containers


We used disposable foil pans with foil lids for oven recipes and slow cooker liners with twist ties for slow cooker recipes.


6. Go shopping


Take a friend to make it easier. We found it’s best to do the shopping for everyone so all the ingredients can be mixed together. Or, give each participant a list of ingredients to bring.


7. Organize the ingredients


We grouped the ingredients for each recipe along with a printed copy of the recipe.


8. Get cooking


We assigned each person two different recipes so each person had a specifi c job. Make sure to label each recipe after you assemble it. We printed out cooking instructions and stapled/ taped them to the containers.


9. Clean up


Don’t leave the host with a sink full of dirty dishes!


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10. Pack up Each person should bring a large tote or box for transporting the meals home. If the host doesn’t have room in the refrigerator or freezer to store all the meals during the preparation time, each person could bring a cooler with ice in it to keep the meals cold until they arrive home.


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