Low Carb Freezer Cooking + Mother’s Day Gift

Oct 1, 2013 | Gift Ideas

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My mom is a busy elementary school teacher.  With the last month of school approaching, I decided to make some ready-to-heat meals for Mother's Day.  To add to the challenge, I wanted to make low carb meals that my dad would enjoy as well.  Here's how it went…

Step 1:  Select Recipes, Make List of Ingredients, Shop



Step 2: Prepare Meals

The meals I prepared….

  • Crustless Pizza
  • Sour Cream Enchiladas (with Low-Carb tortillas)
  • Shepard's Pie (with cauliflower instead of potatoes)
  • Teriyaki Chicken (update: link in no longer working)
  • Polish Sausage and Cabbage
  • Chicken Parmesan Meatloaf

Step 3:  Package and Label


Step 4: Add Fun Note and Disposable Dishes


More low carb recipes can be found on my Pinterest Food board: http://www.pinterest.com/pspt/food/


  1. I get an error page when i try to pull up teriyaki chick recipe

  2. Hi, this is a silly question I’m sure, but did you cook the pizza fully before freezing or just the base? I wasn’t sure how well the eggs/cream cheese would freeze without being fully cooked.

    • I did cook the crust first… then put the toppings on and freeze. Enjoy!

  3. I get an error message when I click on the teriyaki chicken recipe.

    • Thanks for letting me know. I’ve removed that link. Looks like the website is no longer available.

  4. What a wonderful gift! (from a teacher and a mom!)


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