⏰Small? 4 HOUR LARGE FAMILY FREEZER COOKING | Big Batch Meat, Freezer Lunches, Instant Pot Dinners!


– Well friends, we are back,
and all the stars have aligned. It has all worked out for
us to have a large family freezer cooking today, finally. If you’ve been following
me on all the different social medias, you’ve probably
heard that we have had a close family member that
has been in the hospital, and so obviously when you
have a family emergency, nothing else matter, freezer
cooking doesn’t matter. Although it would have been
nice if I had some freezer meals in the freezer
because I’ve been gone five or six days it seems
like over this past two weeks just going to different
hospitals, and you know how that goes when you have
someone in an emergency. So, this afternoon and
evening, we’re gonna be able to take a few hours, I have
some recipes I hadn’t shared on YouTube yet we’re gonna
do, we’re gonna do a bunch of old favorites as well,
and so if you’re new here, my name is Jamerrill,
welcome to my channel. I’ve been doing large family
freezer cooking on YouTube for four years now, and
this is our next step, big freezer cooking go down afternoon. So let’s see what we cook up. So Zion has already
jumped ahead of his momma, being super helpful, thank you Zion. He is doing stacks of these
sausage mcmuffins, so it’s just this precooked sausage patty
and some english muffins. He is wrapping them up
when they’re done and these will be freezer meal breakfasts
for the coming weeks. And then I’m also cooking
up a bunch of the pasture raised ground beef and
then a pack of the sausage, and this is gonna be for
soups and spaghetti and chili and tacos and whatever meals
I can squirrel out of it. But, yes, having the meat precooked is helpful when it’s ready to go. Miss Naomi has our french
toast making station going. Yay. So these are the english
muffins that are left, it’s only two packs, that
will still make about 48 of these english muffin pizzas. Yes I’m doing that math right
because one would be 24, okay. So, anyway, Zion is going to
make them for dinner for us tonight because, hey, we
need an emergency dinner. (bright music) And then here’s the ground beef. I’m gonna chop up some
peppers and onions and get those batch cooked with this too. So here are all the veggies
I’m gonna chop up and throw in with the ground
beef that’s bulk cooking. Here’s the first pan of the
english muffins pizzas out. And even though we are just
gonna have these for dinner tonight, you can look in
the description below and I will have the link to also
do these are a freezer meal. They are great to have
for easy kid lunches. So Naomi is done with the,
it’s three loaves of french toast, that will be probably
four or five breakfasts for us. I’m gonna have her chop this
Texas toast now in little strips and do french toast sticks. Okay I’m checking back in
at the french toast making station, she’s getting a little bit of cinnamon on those french toast sticks. Now the reason that we
cut these before hand is we make the french
toast sticks, and yes, real life cinnamon mess, we
make them out of Texas toast which is much thicker than the wheat bread that we just end up making
our french toast out of. So, it’s just two quick
zips with the pizza cutter to make these french toast sticks and it’s just another fun way to have it. And then Amelia is doing
some pepper chopping, yes. Okay and Gabriel has
been making us a mountain of peanut butter and
jellies for the freezer. So these peppers are gonna
go with the bulk meat that’s cooking, and
then over here I’ve got a little plate of peppers,
well I guess it’s a big plate of peppers, what
are you saying Jamerrill? I have some Instant Pot
freezer meals that these peppers are gonna go
in with here real soon. Okay here’s how the bulk
ground beef is going. Remember this is the ground beef from the pasture raised cow. I’m going to grind all this up some more though with my spoon. So now next up I am making,
and I’m just using these because I still have some
of this Jiffy cornbread mix, I’m gonna make as many
as I can eek out of these cornbread muffins, hot dog
muffins, whatever you want to call them, these are
another great quick and easy kid freezer meal lunch
and I’ll link the recipe and another video where
I did them down below. (bright music) Okay, so I just pulled out
28 of these corndog muffins. This will probably be, oh I don’t know, a lunch and a half, two lunches maybe, depending on what side
items we throw in with it. And then I’m getting ready
to do a bunch of these Instant Pot keto low carb freezer meals, just kind of throw and go, but I’ve also been working on helping Naomi. She’s been a french toast queen. So we’ve got two bags of
french toast sticks bagged up. Got one bag of french
toast, she has more done, but we’ve got to let it cool. This is half a bag that was
done, and when her current platter is cool we’ll add that to it. So with these keto
Instant Pot freezer meals that I am doing, all of these
Trim Healthy Mama S Meal friendly, meaning that they’re
low carb freezer meals. Anywho, this first one that
I’m doing right now is, I’m gonna do probably three
bags full of salsa chicken. It’s two ingredients,
salsa and chicken, yep. I love this salsa from Costco, so yummy. And so I’m going to just divide
this amongst the bags here. (bright music) And then I’m just gonna
put chicken in every bag. There’s different variations
of this out there. Some mamas add in a can
or two of black beans. I, of course, the day I
make it, might get kicky and add extras in, but
this’ll be the base, and it’s really good just on its own. (bright music) Okay, that’s all the effort
I’m making with these tonight. I get lots of questions
about these bags stands too. You can find those on
Amazon, and I will have those linked down in the description below. I’m gonna do this lemon
and garlic chicken. I’ve done this a bunch. I’ve got some olive oil,
got some lemon juice, I also usually put in real minced garlic, but I don’t know, I can’t find my garlic, so I’m gonna use my garlic powder instead. Also a little bit of
parsley, but this is just a fantastic dump meal for many dinners. (bright music) Okay, so I’ve got two
over flowing bowls of the ground beef draining,
and I’m going to label it and bag it up, get it in
the freezer, and you’re gonna see this in lots of upcoming meals. So here we go. It’s drained, and it’s
in the labeled bags. We even have a cute little
bag, I probably could, probably could fit this
in one of the other bags, but yeah, I’m just gonna
let it sit here now for a few minutes and then
have one of my happy helpers get it in my storage freezers for me. Well we finished up this
evening of just quick and simple freezer meals, now I say
quick and simple, it’s still a few hour process because
of just the prep work and the clean up and freezer cooking. That’s just how it goes. So I wanted to give you the final totals from my white board here. Naomi did 60 slices of french
toast, just regular old french toast, then she did
about 150 of the thicker, that Texas toast, the french toast sticks. We did 50 of the sausage
muffin breakfast freezer meals. We did about, right at
about 120 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the freezer. Yes those are helpful. Yes we use them. No they are not soggy. And yes I’m always
thankful that we have them. An example, because these
peanut butter and jellies, they get a lot of
attention on the internet, Saturday, basketball
games, no one has to make sandwiches now Saturday morning. We will just set out a stack
of them the night before or even put them in our
big family lunch bag in the morning when we leave. We will take the sandwiches
that we need with us. We’ll add with it a bag of
fruit and maybe some crackers or cookies or cheese
sticks or some other little add-ins like that, but
sandwiches are done. And anything to help get out the door quicker is a winner with me. 28 corn dog muffins, I
would have loved to have had 100 of those, but
I only had four boxes of my cornbread mix, and
I didn’t have any cornmeal or I would have just done home made. 48 english muffin pizzas. I did over 30 pounds of the
pasture raised ground beef, precooked with peppers sitting
in the bags behind me here. I did six total low carb
Instant Pot freezer meals. I did three bags of the salsa chicken, and three bags of the
lemon and garlic chicken. So total this is 20
large family freezer meal breakfasts, 12 lunches and six dinners, plus some meat that’s prepped
and that’s all we got done. I had some bigger plans, you know I always have some bigger plans. I was wanting to get three
more Instant Pot freezer meals done; however, since this
is from a grocery haul that I did now two weeks
ago, and we’ve had this big family emergency with our
family member in the hospital, during that time some of
the components that I needed to make some of these extra
Instant Pot freezer meals have been used with other
throw together meals that we’ve made during this time. So, I’m still gonna make those. I now need to pick up a few odds and ends. I will just make those as
regular, not prepped ahead, Instant Pot meals and I plan to film those as cook with me videos
in the coming weeks. So we’re still gonna have those meals on our large family
meal plan, they’re just not gonna be prepped ahead freezer meals. Hope that all makes sense. I’m so glad I got in this
little freezer cooking evening and it’s gonna be several
weeks before I get another one of these in, maybe
my next one will be like a traditional Jamerrill
all day start to finish, but I’m glad we got done what we got done. The recipes for everything will be linked in the description below. I will talk with you in the
comments, and I will see you probably tomorrow with another
brand new video, bye bye.

54 comments on “⏰Small? 4 HOUR LARGE FAMILY FREEZER COOKING | Big Batch Meat, Freezer Lunches, Instant Pot Dinners!”

  1. Sheila Perl says:

    Always inspiring video!!!

  2. Grace Full Joys says:

    Was the ground meat frozen when it started cooking? Everything looks yum!

  3. Amanda Gerish says:

    I would love to see some of these meals executed! For example, the French toast – do you thaw before you warm them up? How do you heat and serve them? They sound perfect for an on the go school day breakfast as my daughter usually eats in the car on the way to school. I LOVE the freezer cooking meal videos but always wonder “how the heck does she serve that?” for at least half of the meals you do in a video 😂😂

  4. Kirby says:

    As a Dietetics student, I am genuinely confused how these high cholesterol, high sodium and processed meals can be seen as diet friendly or healthy. The Keto diet is highly debated for whether it is actually healthy or more costly. Carbs are for much more than just energy or fat storage, they literally give your brain fuel and are a large source of fiber. I dont understand the constant “low carb” talk while loading up on tons of fat and processed meats. For a family of ten, this is a huge environmental strain to consume this much animal products and isnt healthy. Very little fiber but a large amount of added sodium and sugar. Not sure who recreates these meals for their family….

  5. Jean Jannetty says:

    So helpful!! Sooo what kind of lipstick are you wearing? It’s lovely
    Brand and shade lol??
    Life when you do the cooking videos! ❤️😂

  6. Mirjan O says:

    Hey jamerril have you watched 'what the health, or forks over knives, or cow conspiracy'. I watched them and it has changed my diet for the family some what.

  7. Dolphin Watcher says:

    You're amazing! 👏👏👏

  8. momEo3 says:

    hows the texture and flavor of all things frozen in this video?

  9. ashleymichelle1982 says:

    The lemon garlic chicken was the first recipe I tried of yours, they were a big hit with my crew

  10. April Murrell says:

    Thank you for sharing! I just love your videos!!!!♡ I was also curious, where did you purchase your shirt? Very cute!!!

  11. Patricia Colvell says:

    When I cook hamburger To mash it up I use a potato masher (hand held one.) It works just wonderful!!

  12. Debra canham frugal life says:

    I will keep your family in my prayers I hope things work out 🙏❤️

  13. grateful1929 says:

    My granddaugter would LOVE those muffins!!

  14. Theresa S says:

    Maybe you have already tried this but if you freeze the bread first then make your PBJ it is easier to spread.

  15. Cindy Sams says:

    You're awesome. I wouldn't have that much energy in one day, even with the kids helping. Prayers for your sick family member.

  16. M M says:

    sorry to hear that, het well soon and god bless you all, with love from London

  17. marcel hetu says:

    Just a helpful hint when your making your French toast, put your cinnamon into your egg mixture. Works great and less mess. Also do you add a capful or two of vanilla extract? Just thought you'd like these ideas. Your doing a great job, I should be so organized but I confess I'm not.

  18. Isabella Agbashe says:

    Your children are industrious. Well trained. Hardly will you see children in the kitchen. You did an awesome job ma'am. Love from Nigeria!

  19. Kelly Reynolds says:

    Awesome video

  20. angelscraftandplan says:

    You should make some of your french toast and French toast sticks in the waffle maker you have from aldi I love it!

  21. kemogirl91 says:

    How large is the bags with the chicken salsa and lemon chicken

  22. andria blue says:

    For ur salsa chicken if u add a bit of: plain tomato sauce
    White vinegar ( any other type will just seem OFF for some reaaon in this application)
    Garlic powder
    Oregano
    Cook till meat shreds = my moms taco's 😆
    My Mexican & Spanish/French grandmother HAD to show my mom how to make these for my dad. THEY'RE AMAZING! Oh and try adding bacon grease to refried beans next time u make them. You will HONESTLY NEVER wanna eat beans wo ever again! It really IS that good. Bacon grease lasts a LONG time and this is an excellent use of it.
    Prayers for ur familys healing during this time of loss.😇

  23. alli oakley says:

    Blessings 🙋💕💕💕

  24. Mommy and Lucas says:

    Love these!!

  25. Scrunchymommabear says:

    Great video as always..
    But I just LOVE LOVE LOVE your shirt!… God bless your family and may they heal fast

  26. Natural Life KH says:

    😘😘😘😘😘😘

  27. Marisa G says:

    Prayers for your family friend.

  28. E.Cahill says:

    Do you toast the English Muffins first with the breakfast sandwiches?

  29. April Diana says:

    Hmmm…I will try that corndog muffin idea for my kids, as a break from sandwiches everyday.

  30. Joanna Rakoski says:

    Um let’s stop for a second and gasp at that GORGEOUS dress! Thanks for that cornbread idea – think I might try that for our small ( 2 under 2 and one on the way!) but growing family.

  31. Debbie Dowdy says:

    Can you taste the pork when you put them together with beef

  32. FurrMommyAndWife ! says:

    Mrs.Jamerrie, I love your channel and family! Those bag stand up holders really come in handy, great idea! What are they called and where can I get them?

  33. peaceful inspirations says:

    Love the corn dog muffins. I have cheddar kielbasa I may slice and put in them. That will be a quick lunch for my hubby to grab and heat. Some coleslaw on the side and a cookie makes lunch. thank again. Praying with you for your family member. been there. blessings.

  34. JesusIsLoveTR says:

    I love your insta-pot dump meal bags. I just wish I knew about simplified cooking years ago. Now my family is much too spoiled, having things perfectly seared, roasted, stir-fried, braised or grilled the “mom chef” way. They would probably look at me cross-eyed if I gave them a freezer crock pot meal or something that looks as if it’s been boiled without browning first. Your food looks great to me! 🤩

    I love my high maintenance bunch though.☺️❤️ Hubby NEVER complains. So I’ll just continue to dream bc I love to watch you freezer cook like the mystical unicorn fairytale mama that you are! ✨🦄🧚‍♂️ 🌈💞 Blessings!

  35. jessXjessful says:

    Your children and husband are blessed to have you.

  36. paulina vas says:

    Love your channel

  37. annette pope says:

    Thank you for showing the full process of what you do. Its MUCH more interesting to watch.

  38. SalinaLee says:

    What's the red Oster thing you browned the ground beef in?. I need one of those I didn't see the link in the description.

  39. Erdnussbuttertoast says:

    Jamerill, you should think about investing in silicone muffin forms (for the cornbread muffins)! They're more economical because you won't have to keep rebuying them, and better for the environment, as you won't have to throw them away after one use 🙂

  40. Susan Gartner says:

    WOW – that is awesome and great you all did it together. Many hands make light work. LOL

  41. Jennifer Anderson says:

    How many children do u have

  42. N Al says:

    How Do you defrost the PBJ sandwich?

  43. Eileen Killen says:

    Binge watching the Stewart family life vlogs, and they are giving me life. Blessings to you all, can't wait to see the road trip that u are currently taking!!! 💐🌻💋😇🤗☘💗

  44. megroux says:

    Can you reuse the ziploc bags?

  45. April Seeton says:

    Oh my goodness you're giving me so many fantastic ideas! Thank you!

  46. Expert Comment says:

    I love you.. your videos make me so happy. I watch you when i want to feel calm and relax. Such a nice face and innocent soul u are. I wish you get more subscribers.

  47. geniusfollower says:

    Jamerrill, you need to be a mama to me and whip my lazy ass into shape coz you are amazing!

  48. Samantha Cimino says:

    Any more babies in the future Jamerrill? You are so amazing !!!

  49. Diane Choate says:

    Jammerill, you never disappoint me. Great ideas. You train your kids to help because, let's just say, it's FUN at their ages. They will thank you one day. Love your ideas. French toast and your sausage mcmuffins. I will try those myself…

  50. X Oxalyne says:

    It would save u so much money to use reusable ziplocks !!! And it’s safer to use for u as you put meat which is probably still a bit warm ! 💕

  51. Bonita Jukes says:

    What's an instant pot ?

  52. Janeen Z says:

    I absolutely love your videos. While I don’t have a large family, I have big eaters so your recipes help me too.

  53. mel todd says:

    Question,- The kids freezer lunch meals, do you lift them out the night before to defrost? Also does the bread go soggy? Thanks x

  54. Rebecca Oprea says:

    I like your videos before I even watch them

  55. Jennifer Decker says:

    I love your videos! We're a family of 5 with 3 kids under 4. Our two boys in 15 months apart and the youngest just turned 5 months. I just randomly found your videos one day and I love them! Definitely has helped me save more food and save money. Thank you! 🥰🥰🥰

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