FREE Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes Coaching Class

Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes Cooking Class


I still get questions all the time about the logistics of slow cooker freezer recipe assembly and cooking instructions, about my free recipes you can find on M+BL and from my cookbook bundle deal, so I thought the most efficient thing to do would be to do a LIVE webinar and answer everyone’s questions in one swoop.

This is totally FREE if you buy my cookbook bundle deal!

You can listen, or watch and listen, it’s about an hour long and I cover a TON of questions from my audience.  I did this class live and it was an awesome experience!

Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes Coaching Class:

Have you seen some of my recipes, but are still a little confused about how the assembly process works?

Have you cooked several of my recipes and some of them don’t seem to work out for you and you don’t know what you did wrong?

Would you like to know how to perfectly tailor the spices and flavors to meet your specific families’ taste buds and likings?

Would you like to know how to figure out what to do if you have a 6-quart slow cooker, but have a smaller meal to cook?

Want to learn how to make the sauce/liquid to the exact consistency that your family likes?

Want to learn how to make your vegetables less mushy if you are not a huge fan of soups and stews?

Have questions about real food ingredients and what to buy and where?

Would you like some tips on how to present your meal better so that it looks a little bit prettier?

Have any other questions?  You can ask me anything!

Click here to by the cookbook bundle!

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  1. Thank you for all the freezer meal info!!!

  2. I bought your e-cookbook and am a subcriber. I would love to attend this webinar, but, I have to get up at 4:00 a.m. on weekday mornings so staying up that late is just not possible (or healthy!). Will you be recording it and have a link that those of us that can’t be late owls can go to and watch at a later time? Either way, it’s very nice of you to do this free webinar! Thanks so much.

    • Hey Tina! I wont have a recording to offer at the end, but I will be offering this through the year and will offer different times and days to accomate everyone next time.

  3. Your book has been amazing for me and my fiance! I have been working and commute 2 hours each way, and just don’t have it in my to cook when I get home. This is unusual for me since I used to always cook dinner nightly. Having these freezer meals in my freezer that I prepared for my fiance to dump in our crock pot has been so awesome! I am able to use the local meat and veggies I get every 2 weeks at the winter farmer’s market. Thank you!

    I was also wondering if you might be able to give some tips during the Webinar for how to transfer the frozen “brick” more easily. I have been having a bit of difficulty getting the lid on my crock pot when I put the frozen meal in it!

  4. i guess the webinar isn’t working?

    • Well, it would have worked if I had turned the dang sound on. Sigh. It was a total diaster, live and learn I guess. :)
      So sorry for the inconvience.You should have an email in your inbox now about the next webinar and a free gift to make up for last night.

  5. Is the webinar going on? I’ve tried the web and via phone…Nothing.

    • So sorry for the inconvience. I was having major technical issues. You should have an email in your inbox now about the next webinar and a free gift to make up for last night.

  6. Is the webinar actually taking place? I’ve been logged on for the last 20 minutes, and nothing is happening.

    • Well, it did. But I talked and presented to myself because the sound wans’t on. So embaressed. So sorry for the inconvience. I was having major technical issues. You should have an email in your inbox now about the next webinar and a free gift to make up for last night.

  7. Danielle C says:

    I have been waiting for the webinar to start for 40 minutes. I really hoped to learn a lot before our monthly shopping trip in a couple days :(

    • So sorry for the inconvience. I was having major technical issues. You should have an email in your inbox now about the next webinar and a free gift to make up for last night.

  8. Is it too late to late to register for your next webinar? I was registered for the first one, but missed it.

  9. Hello,
    I wanted to see if you could let me know when you are doing another webinar. I follow a gluten free diet and just had heart surgery and want to try and get stronger and prepare easy yummy meals for my family of 5. Please let me know what resources I can use to help me. Thank you,
    Amy Ayer :)

  10. I just bought your cookbook and the pictures look like you leave the peel on the sweet potatoes and beets?
    Is this true and if so what other vegis do you leave the peel on?
    Thanks so much!

    • Yup! I don’t peel those veggies. Carrots I usually peel, because I will often buy the baby carrots and just dump them in that size and don’t even chop them. The skin has lots of good fiber and nutrients!

  11. Do most of the slow cooker recipes contain meat? I am looking for some slow cooker recipes that are vegetarian and “real food” friendly.


  12. Karey Wolstenholm says:

    When is your next webinar? Would love to learn more.

  13. My first attempt at freezer slow cooker meals was the Curry Chicken. I thought it would be like a casserole, but it turned out like a soup. Way more juice than even what I figured that there would be if this ended up like a stew. My veggies were pretty mushy and the chicken pieces were so DRY. I don’t know why. With all of that juice, you’d think they’d have plenty of moisture. I bought good quality organic chicken. I was not impressed with this recipe at all. I will give another recipe a try, but I’m dissapointed in the money wasted and the time to chop it all up. I ran hot water over the two gallon baggies in order to get the contents out of the bags and into the slow cooker. Hopefully my next attempt will turn out better.

    • I did put the chicken stock in the bags when I froze them. Good thing I didn’t add any more to the slow cooker as it stated in the recipe that I might want to do. If you have any recommendations I’m open.

      • Liquid amounts are approximate and up to you. Some people like to make my recipes more into a stew and some like more of a soup. Just cut back or add more according to your likes and tastes.

    • Hmm, I don’t ever run hot water over the bags to get them out, so maybe that cooked the chicken a bit and that is what made them dry? Also, you might want to try reducing your cook time, chicken does dry out faster than red meat and each slow cooker is different, which is why I say my cook times are approximate. Maybe give the instruction chapters in the beginning another look over before you do your next meal. There is a bit of a learning curve, but you will master it soon, promise! Let me know if you have any more questions, I am happy to help. :)

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