This is a sponsored post from Julia Dotson of Wildtree. I was compensated with Wildtree products for our freezer meals. All opinions herein are my own.
I need to be real with you.
I've never hosted or attended a freezer meal party until a few weeks ago. It's simply because in our household, it's just John and I. So many times these freezer meal parties are geared towards large families that are too busy to cook.
I need to admit that I kind of felt left out. I didn't fit that demographic, and even though I am also sometimes too busy to cook, I don't want huge meals to feed 6 people in my freezer.
Then I heard about Wildtree, and how a gal named Julia has structured freezer meal workshops to fit into everyone's lifestyle. Even small families. I got my hands on some Wildtree products and, with Julia's help, began to organize my freezer meal workshop with some of my family members who also have 2-3 people in their household.
First, here's what I came to love about Wildtree products:
1. Nearly all of their items are organic. This includes their
2. There is no MSG. None. At all.
3. According to Julia, Wildtree freezer meal workshops "help cooking become easy. Cooking is no longer a chore."
4. They are lower in sugar and sodium than the majority nationally known brands
5. You can use their seasonings, spices, and oils fresh in daily cooking or in freezer meals.
The 10 freezer meals my mom, sister, sister-in-law, and I made (that were perfectly portioned for 2 people) were:
- Honey Balsamic Chicken
- Italian Chicken Medallions
- Italian Flank Steak
- Hearty and Delicious Meatloaf
- Adobo Grilled Chicken
- Spanish-style Shrimp
- Chipotle Lime Chicken in the Slow Cooker
- Chipotle Lime Chicken Fajitas
- Best Burgers Ever
- Smoked Mozzarella Chicken
(To read about the aforementioned Wildtree products, just go here where you can explore the recipes, products, and testimonials.)
This was our first freezer meal workshop, and it went off without a hitch! I'd love to share 5 of the easy success tips that made our afternoon go smoothly.