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Wildtree Freezer Meals

22 Apr
Basic Directions:
  • Take gallon Ziploc bags
  • Put family portion of protein and/or vegetables in bag and/or all other ingredients
  • Sprinkle few teaspoons of Grapeseed Oil on protein/veg
  • Sprinkle few teaspoons of any blend
  • Squish
  • Label & throw in freezer
  • When ready to use, pop in fridge to thaw, then cook in 350 degree oven for 20-25 minutes, or grill, or stovetop skillet sauté for 20 minutes (see individual recipes)

 

Thirteen recipes to put in your freezer!
Chicken & Veggies #1

4 chicken breasts
4 -6 red potatoes cut into cubes/slices
½ bag frozen green beans or asparagus
2 tbsp Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil
3 tbsp Wildtree Rancher’s Steak Rub

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Chicken & Veggies #2

4 chicken breasts
4-6 red potatoes cut into cubes/sliced½ bag frozen green beans or asparagus
2 tbsp Wildtree Natural Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp Wildtree Lemon Rosemary blend
1 tsp salt (sea salt is the healthier choice!)

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Chicken & Veggies #3
4 chicken breasts4-6 red potatoes cut into cubes/slices
½ bag frozen green beans or asparagus
2 tbsp Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil
3 tbsp Wildtree Garlic & Herb blend
½ tsp black pepper (optional)

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Southwestern Chicken Meal
4 chicken breasts – cut into small pieces
1 can rotel tomatoes – undrained
1 can green chiles
1 can black beans, drained & rinsed!
1 cup frozen corn
½ cup chopped onion
1½ tbsp Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil
3 tbsp Wildtree Fajita seasoning

COOK THIS ON THE STOVE TOP – then serve with tortillas and shredded cheese

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Cajun Chicken & Sausage Meal 3 chicken breasts – cut into small chunks
1 lb andouille sausage (or other smoked sausage) preferably nitrate free (avail at whole foods – or other natural grocer)
3 red potatoes, cut into small chunks/pieces
1 cup frozen corn
1 can diced tomatoes – half the juice drained
1 can chicken broth
½ cup chopped onion
1 tbsp Wildtree Garlic Grapeseed Oil
3 tbsp Wildtree Cajun seasoning
1 tsp sea salt (optional)
1 cup rice

COOK THIS ON THE STOVETOP – DUMP, BRING TO A BOIL, THEN COVER AND SIMMER 15-20 MIN. until rice is cooked to desired consistency.
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Easy Italian Chicken & Roasted Potatoes
1 whole cut up chicken4 -6 red potatoes, cut into wedges
2 tbsp Wildtree Garlic Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp Wildtree Hearty Spaghetti blend
1 tbsp Wildtree Rancher’s Steak Rub

This one needs to bake for 30 min per side, at 350 degrees in a pyrex dish.

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Southwestern Ground Beef Hash
1 lb ground beef, broken into small chunks
4 red (or your choice) baking potatoes – cut into small pieces
½ cup chopped onion
1 cup frozen corn (the other ½ of the bag from the meal above!)
1 can rotel tomatoes – undrained
1 can green chiles
1 ½ tbsp Wildtree Garlic Grapeseed Oil
3 tbsp Wildtree Fajita seasoning
1 tsp sea salt (optional)

COOK THIS ON THE STOVE TOP! Can also be served with tortillas, shredded cheese, sour cream, etc.

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Meat & Potato Meal
1 lb ground beef – broken into chunks/pieces – OR – 1 lb sirloin cut into chunks (if you do this one, I’d skip the corn)
4-6 red potatoes cut into small pieces
1 cup yellow onion – chopped into pieces (smaller pieces for the ground beef hash, larger chunks for the sirloin bake)
Optional – 1 cup frozen corn
2 tbsp Wildtree Garlic Grapeseed Oil
3 tbsp Wildtree Rancher’s Steak Rub

COOK THIS ON THE STOVE TOP if you do GROUND BEEF – makes a ‘hash’ of sorts – good for colder weather.

COOK IT IN THE OVEN ON A COOKIE SHEET/BROILER PAN IF YOU DO THE SIRLOIN – allow an extra 10 minutes for the potatoes. (so in other words, spread them separately onto the cookie sheet, and either put the potatoes in first, or take the beef out early).

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Simple Steak Fajitas – (or chicken)
4 sirloin steaks, or 4 chicken breasts, cut into slices
1 bag frozen tri-color peppers
1 large white onion, cut into slices
½ cup water mixed with 3 tbsp fajita seasoning to make a ‘liquid’
2 tbsp natural grapeseed oil
1 tsp salt (optional)
Mix all together

COOK ON THE STOVETOP IN A SKILLET. Serve with tortillas, sour cream, shredded cheese

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Salmon with Dill & Potatoes
4 salmon filets
4 red potatoes cut into small pieces
2 tbsp Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp Wildtree Dill Dip blend

This one is best on the grill in the summer (*use a grill pan for the potatoes*) and in the oven in the winter. Allow extra time for the potatoes. Serve with Caesar salad.

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Garlic and Herb Fish with Pasta Alfredo
4 fish fillets (Mahi, Halibut, Salmon)
2 tbsp Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp Wildtree Garlic & Herb blend
Bake or grill

Prep the Alfredo Pasta separately while the fish is baking/grilling. Follow the directions on Wildtree’s Alfredo jar. Excellent with a Caesar salad too.

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BEST Fish
4 fish fillets – your choice – (halibut or mahi work great)
1 tbsp Wildtree Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp Wildtree Rancher’s Steak rRb

Serve with “Rice Alfredo” – prep rice normally, then prep Wildtree’s Alfredo  Sauce. Mix together to make a ‘healthy’ “lipton rice side” – so good!!

Serve with a simple salad – lettuce, dried cranberries, sunflower seeds, and any vinaigrette (Wildtree’s Wildberry or Balsamic Vinaigrette are both great!)

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Lemon Rosemary Pork Chops & Potatoes
4 boneless pork chops
4 red potatoes cut into pieces
1 bag frozen asparagus – or green beans
2 tbsp Wildtree Natural Grapeseed Oil
2 tbsp Wildtree Lemon Rosemary blend

THIS ONE IS BEST ON THE GRILL – but works well in the oven during winter.Wi

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4 Comments

Posted by on April 22, 2012 in Freezer Meals

 

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4 responses to “Wildtree Freezer Meals

  1. Mary Ellen

    April 10, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    Are they all freezer meals? Red potatoes in the last one wouldn’t freeze very well…

     
    • Wildtree Meals

      April 17, 2013 at 5:24 pm

      This is a wide variety of Freezer Meals. I would not freezer potatoes personally. I would just add them when ready to cook.

       
  2. Carly

    April 27, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    Where are the full recipes? Thanks! Sounds yummy!

     

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