I was recently sent a copy of 15-Minute Freezer Recipes to review. I was excited to see it as I enjoy making freezer meals so when I’m busy I can simply pop them out and enjoy them. The author, Kelly McNelis, is a business owner, certified health & wellness coach, and a mom. She also lives in my hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.
Inside the Cookbook
- 10 favorite freezer recipes – including recipes for breakfast, dinner, and dessert
- The best freezer meal tips
- A grocery list for all 10 recipes
- Cute labels for your freezer meals
- Nutritional information for every recipe
- A review from Registered Dietitian Dana White
- Classic Oatmeal
- Spiced Carrot Bread
- Ham & Veggie Strata
- Beef Roast & Carrots
- Chicken Chili
- Vegetable Barley Soup
- Ham & Broccoli Calzones
- Mexican Calzones
- Chicken Enchiladas
- Oatmeal Chip Cookies
The cookbook includes 10 recipes, each of which can be made in under 15 minutes. There’s a grocery list in the front of the book that will give you enough ingredients to make all 10 of the meals. I love the fact that the nutritional info for each recipe is located in the back of the book.
There are two things that I wish this book had. I wish their were pictures included of all of the recipes. I love seeing photos of the meals I’m making. I also wish their were more recipes! I tried two of the recipes from the book and enjoyed both of them. The chicken enchiladas were easy to make and were perfect for a day I forgot to defrost something from the freezer. They are a bit spicy and have a lot of flavor. I also made the oatmeal chip cookies which I’ve been taking out of the freezer and baking in batches. They are delicious.
I can’t wait to make the Mexican Calzones, they are next on my list. Want to get your own copy of 15-Minute Freezer Recipes? Click HERE to purchase either a paperback copy or an eCookbook.
I give this book 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.