Batch Cooking Recipes

I baked tons of veggies and meat all at once the other day, and made some beans in the crock pot. This fed me and Hubby for the week, and here are some of the recipes I made with all that.

I started by making a cup of instant rice, mixed in a cup of my beans noir, 1/2 a can of Rotel tomatoes, 3 slices of American cheese, and about a 1/3 of a can of refried beans. I also mixed in some garlic salt, chili powder and cumin.

Add a pile of veggies and some sliced tomatoes, and it was awesome. Healthy, fast, and delicious!

We simply microwaved and ate a bunch of the batch cooking for lunches and dinners for the week. I also shredded a bunch of chicken and made chicken salad, a pot of Mexican chicken soup, and a whole pan of chicken enchiladas.

When we got to the point when there were a couple tupperware of veggies left, I made a big casserole. It was like a broccoli rice casserole, but all kinds of veggies.

This is what you’ll need: 2 cups of instant rice, 1 can of cream of chicken, 1 can of broccoli cheese soup, and about 2 cups of shredded cheese, along with all the veggies.

Mix all that stuff together, but save at least one cup of cheese. Spread the mix into the casserole dish, and spread the last cup of cheese over the top.

And it was delicious! Cheese makes sure everything gets eaten!

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September 26, 2010. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , . Cooking, Thriftiness is Cool.

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  1. Use It Up: Turkey « My Attempts at Cleverness replied:

    […] Broccoli Cheese Casserole – just add some turkey for more protein, and let all the gratuitous cheese cover up that […]

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