8-Hour Large Family Freezer Meals Prep Day | Big Freezer Soups, Batch Cooking Meat, Mini Meatloaves!

– [Woman] His birthday is July 11th, guys. So, we’ll see. Can Mommy get this up
before your 1st birthday? Today is June 14th. (gasps) It could happen! So I want to get these in the oven now, and we still have a whole
bunch of the mixture left. So here are how the 48 mini
meatloaves all turned out. Hey friends, I am back
with another big, hopefully two day large family
freezer cooking session. It’s always so fun when
we edit these videos and go back through and
I have all these plans and dreams and ways that I
think that my cooking times will work, and because we only
live real life around here, things don’t always go as planned. So, it’s always like you don’t know the end from the beginning. But I always plan a lot of food, buy a lot of food, a
lot of times I’ll end up making more than I planned, or I end up adding in some extra recipes,
and we just work with it all. Now my baby is crying,
but Daddy is back there with him so he’ll be
settled here in moment. They just got back from
running a lot of errands, and everyone’s tired now. All that to say I’m gonna
show you what my list is, kinda let you know what we
have going on around here. So jumping right in, I will show you my overall plan as we are gonna do a whole bunch of chicken pot
pies, mini meatloaves, vegetable soup, manicotti,
sausage and rice casserole or we call it a bake,
tortellini and sausage soup, baked chicken spaghetti, pizza casserole, this one’s fun ’cause
it’s with some zucchini. I also like to shred squash
with it, but then that didn’t come through with
my Walmart grocery order so we’ll just do zucchini,
some orange sesame chicken and some baked egg rolls. Now of this list of
ten meals I’m gonna do, two of these are low carb. So for my trim healthy momma ladies, or low carb or keto followers, these mini meatloaves
and this pizza casserole should be able to check
both of these boxes, The rest of these are just a
whole lot of big family meals. I’m also, of course at the end, follow through, it’ll probably
be on a day two video, and I’ll have the final total. And, I put in a separate
grocery haul this time just for my freezer meals so I can let you know the cost breakdown. And I’ve got a little running list, my plan for today, it’s 1:36 around here. So I’m just getting
rolling, nothing is prepped. And so I made myself my little list, gonna get the sausage, chicken,
and ground beef cooking, and then I’m gonna get the
soups going on the stove. We’re gonna cook rice, we’re
gonna cook all the noodles, I’m gonna then do the
mini meatloaves, do the pot pies, do the manicotti,
the sausage and rice bake, baked chicken spaghetti, the
pizza casserole with zucchini, orange sesame chicken,
and baked egg rolls. It’s just kinda like
my little running list. Also, some new toys that I got whenever I did my Walmart grocery order. I got this eight cup food processor, this was only about $35, they
also had a Cuisinart model that was $99. I was tempted to get that one because I had it in my budget to do
so, but then I got looking that the Black and Decker, let’s see here. OK so this is 450 Watt power
motor, and the Cuisinart was only a 350 Watt power motor. So I bought this one, number one it was a lot less expensive, and so I could spend
that little extra part of the budget on something else. And, it’s more powerful. So Travis wasn’t home
but I sent him a message and he said to go with the 450 Watt, so I had a food processor
many many years ago, I think I spent like
60 some dollars on it, and it seemed like in six months or so I had burned the thing up. So I thought we would
just give it another go, and since this one was
a $35 price, I thought we could certainly give it a try, see how long it takes me to break it, and then this is just
another like Walmart brand, the Hamilton Beach, I’ve
heard good things about these little multi-tool hand mixers, especially whenever doing large batches, doing different things that you can’t necessarily easily get a hand mixer in. I just thought it it would
be another fun kitchen tool to try, and this one was under $20. So we will see how it goes,
I just wanted this part but it came with the
whisk attachment as well. So not sure exactly at
the moment how or if we’re even gonna use these
in our prepping today, I’ve got a lot of things already like frozen vegetables and already
shredded cheese and such so we’ll just kinda see how it goes. So the first thing that I’m gonna go to do right now to get
this show on the road is to go pull all of my
meat and get it cooking. And then once the meat
is cooking I’ll mentally feel like I can do the next thing. Whatcha got Daniel Joel? – Pop-a-sicle – [Woman] Popsicle,
you’ve been hanging out on the new hammocks? And playing? Uh huh. OK. Oh, and you’ve got Marshall. OK, go get Daddy. Go play. So checking in here
mass cooking meat-wise, I’ve got bunch of frozen chicken breasts in my 14 quart pressure cooker, and a whole bunch over
here in my Instant Pot. And then here on the stove, I have nine pounds of sausage going with some green onions, and
then over in my microwave I’ve got a bunch of ground beef going. I’m now to the point where I’m gonna start getting some of my, two of my soups going. So this is the quinoa,
tortellini, and sausage soup, gonna get the quinoa boiling
over on my stove right now. And I just went ahead and
added in two cups of shredded carrots into the ground sausage that I’m cooking on the stove top here. Because this sausage is
gonna be used in the quinoa and tortellini sausage soup,
and it’s also gonna be used in a sausage bake and this
will soften up the carrots, I’ve gotta kinda be a two for one special. Go ahead and get this beef
broth going in a stock pot and also a can of crushed tomatoes and just a can of tomato sauce. Then we’ll add in the other ingredients. There are, this was two cups
of dried quinoa now cooked and I’m gonna put that in the
big stock pot for the soup. And this pressure cooker is done so I’m gonna pull this chicken out. Mmkay, a little check-in, I’ve got an armful of tortellinis here, I’m gonna add these to
the soup because right now I’ve been crossing stuff off. Sausage is cooked, chicken is cooked, the soup is cooking I’m
just on step two adding the tortellinis in, next
I think I’m gonna actually start working on the mini meatloaves, because I have the meat for that ready. And then I’ll check
back in with this list. Also, time is now 3:47. So here is how this soup is
looking, again everything is in it now, you can see the quinoa is in it, sausage is in it. Carrots, green beans, all
the other ingredients. So now I’m just gonna put
the tortellinis in here for about 5 to 7 minutes and then we’ll start to let it cool. You can customize it to
accommodate your family, I put a little over two
pounds of tortellinis in here, and it looks perfect. You can also, you can add more or less. Also if you want to stretch
your stock pot of soup, you can add more water to this. Or if you’re using a bigger stock pot, in here I could probably get about another four to eight cups of
water if I wanted to. But I think I’m gonna leave well enough alone for the moment. So it’s almost four now,
I’m going to go take a break with Mr. Benjamin, also probably
feed him some applesauce and some other goodies that we can find because he’s eating all
kinds of things now. And then I’ll get back into
the freezer cooking housework. So in handling all of this meat, (coughs) excuse me I’ve got a scratch in my throat. I’ve been eating pork rinds, but they’re low carb so that’s OK. Anyway, to let you all
know some of the ways that I handle all of this meat
that I handle on my freezer cooking days, like right now
(coughs) I’m gonna cough again. Right now I have quite a
bit of chicken breast done. So I’ve let them cool to room temperature, I’ve now put them in baggies, I’m gonna put them in
one of my refrigerators until I can circle back
around and actually use those, like I know I’m doing the chicken pot pie, and a chicken spaghetti bake et cetera, What I’m getting ready to do
now are the mini meatloves, we’re gonna set the chicken aside but that is at least done now. So here are some of the chicken
I’m going to set outside, and then also I say set outside, I’ll explain that here in a minute. What used to be our kitchen
refrigerator is still outside, on our back deck,
again super super classy but temperatures are holding
well, it’s doing well. Still don’t have the spot
cleared for it in our garage, since we got our brand
new dream refrigerator. But, it’s gonna happen. Travis has like two more things on his truck project to do, and then we’ll be able to move a
bunch of things out of there. Another thing that’s
happening is, next Thursday, Travis and I are finally going
to IKEA to get our shelves. We are going to do massive,
like dream homeschool large family bookshelves
in our dining room, and because of that, I’m
going to then get back, like six of my kitchen
cabinets that I have never had ever since we moved in. So that is gonna get me
more room for pots, pans, gadgets, and such and all
of my homeschool things that have temporarily been
housed in my kitchen cabinets are gonna get their new home. So, all of that is
helping with the appliance and furniture and stuff
swirl going on at our house. So working on my mini
meatloaves now, these are my new muffin tins I got so I can do 48 of various things all at one time. This is everything all dumped
in my big 30 quart bowl. Gonna mix it with my hands now and then fill these muffin
cups about half full each, get them in the oven, and probably show you some more of the
process along the way. So here is how the two big
pans of the mini meatloaves look once they’re all filled,
there’s Mr. Benjamin still. You supervising? Hey. Are you biting a snack? (coos) Yes. So I’m gonna get these in the oven now, and we still have a whole
bunch of the mixture left. So here is how the quinoa
tortellini and sausage soup turned out, it is what I’m going
to eat right now while I work on the next recipe. So the 14 quart pressure
cooker is now done, I had put about nine pounds of frozen chicken thighs in here. We’re gonna use this for
our orange sesame chicken, that we will be doing as a freezer meal, right now I am just scooping
out all of the chicken thighs from the pressure cooker, I have quite a bit of broth in here. And quite a bit of broth
in my other pressure cooker that I just got done
cooking another batch Of boneless skinless chicken breast. So, I’m going to also cool
and freeze this broth. I don’t think I have any
recipes this go-round where I call for broth, I
think my other soup recipe that I’m going to do also uses beef broth, I’ll have to check my
little notebook again and see, but anyway, I don’t want all this broth to go to waste. So, I will definitely
freeze it for another time. There’s our piping hot
bowl of chicken thighs that are just super hot
right now, there’s the broth, so we’re gonna get this
broth cooling as well. Chicken broth going in. (splashing) So you can see, from all
that chicken cooking, we got about six quarts of chicken broth. So here are how the 48 mini
meatloaves all turned out, the oven is beeping at me again. I used 93% lean ground
beef, so that is why these are not like drowning
in their own grease, the leaner the ground beef
that you can get in your budget the better, when
it comes to mass cooking. So there’s my pile of the
first 48 mini meatloaves, obviously at mealtime the
kids can top these with ketchup or barbecue sauce, or whatever, but yeah there they are, aren’t the cute? Now I’m gonna do 48 more. So what I’m working on now
is getting the quinoa and tortellini sausage soup into
these plastic containers to then get it into the freezer. And it’ll be perfect meals
for weeks and months to come. So I’m just gonna scoop the soup in here, I’m not gonna fill up
all the way to the top because you need to leave
room for the soup to expand while the liquids freeze, so I’m gonna fill it about to there or so. Now I’ll tell you the truth,
what I ordered on Amazon when I ordered these
containers, they’re supposed to be freezer safe, have
little lids with them, I ordered 64 ounce containers,
however I looked at these and I was like there’s no way
this is a 64 ounce container. So it ended up fitting about
six cups of water in it when I tested it, so I’ve been
duped a little bit with what I bought, but like all
things, I don’t have time to get on there and order
different soup containers and I will get on there
and I’ll let them know, you all sent me the wrong size, but in the meantime here I am with a huge stock pot of soup, and
I’m ready to make another stock pot of soup so I’m just gonna use these smaller containers for now, we are getting about four cups or so in each one, or actually that’s
probably about five cups. That’s just gonna be
that, and when my family if we need this for a
main dish for a meal, I’ll probably set out, well I’ll set out about three of them I would say. It’s not as hot as it was,
I’m still gonna let it continue to cool a little bit
before I put the lids on it and before I get it in the freezer. We’ve got ten 32 ounce containers of our quinoa, tortellini, and sausage soup. Check in with out little handy dandy list here, not I have ground beef, about nine pounds of ground beef in the 14 quart and six pounds of ground beef in the eight quart pressure cooker. And then I have six pounds of ground beef in my dutch oven on the stove. So, all that ground beef is being cooked for upcoming recipes. Sausage, chicken, been done on that, I’m gonna cross off my ground beef because that is being processed. I’m gonna cross off the mini meatloaves, even though I still probably
have about 48 more of those. Next thing I want to
do is get the vegetable soup cooking, because that
needs time to cook and cool, I do need ground beef for that
but I can get all the other components simmering after that, I need to cook rice and noodles. And then, I’m down here to pulling together the rest of these meals. So the last batch that’s gonna mean that we made 144 meatloaf minis. – [Child] Meatloaf minis! – So I haven’t gotten that
much further cooking wise, except I got more chicken
out in the refrigerator, I got the soups put in the freezer, I bagged up the rest
of the meatloaf minis, I served more meatloaf minis for dinner, I took a few minutes,
which it probably ended up being 15 or 20, did a
whole bunch of Insta stories, and I’m looking at my list. I hadn’t got any farther,
but I’m gonna take Travis dinner outside and take a break and talk to him, probably
another 15 or 20 minutes, and then when I come in I must get the vegetable soup cooking and do the bulk rice and noodles. And then we’re gonna assess the time and the state of Momma’s feet. OK, so wrapping this up for today. I have decided that is
what we are doing now, the sausage was cooked, I
think we cooked nine pounds of sausage, the chicken was cooked. I’m pretty sure, I have to
go back and look at my notes, pretty sure we cooked at
least 30 pounds of chicken. We did at least 20 pounds of ground beef. I also made 144 of those meatloaf minis, and that took 18 pounds
of lean ground beef, and we made a whole lot of that quinoa tortellini sausage soup, and right now I’m getting ready to put into the containers is another big stock pot of the vegetable beef soup. I also got done all of my
boxes of manicotti noodles, and in my 14 quart go
wise pressure cooker, I also have all of the brown
rice that I need for tomorrow. So, the meat is done,
it’s in the refrigerator, the noodles and the rice
will be going in next, the soup will be going in the freezer, and I’m doing some cleanup now, that’s it for today. Tomorrow, I’ll show you
my little list here. So tomorrow here’s our lovely oh we got things checked off, so tomorrow we’ll be doing
the chicken pot pies, the manicotti, the sausage and rice bake, baked chicken spaghetti,
that pizza casserole, orange sesame chicken and baked egg rolls. So I got about eight
hours into today, don’t know how long it’ll take me tomorrow, probably another eight hours, and we’ll count up all the meals at the end. So that’s it friends for my day of large family freezer meals prep day take one, tomorrow I’ll be assembling
a bunch more meals and now that I have all
of the meat and et ceteras done today, it’s gonna make
my time easier tomorrow. I am going to chill and
watch some House Hunters now, and enjoy a Halo Top pretend ice cream, and call it a day. So I’ll see you real
soon with day number two and next time with
another brand new video. Bye bye.

100 comments on “8-Hour Large Family Freezer Meals Prep Day | Big Freezer Soups, Batch Cooking Meat, Mini Meatloaves!”

  1. Suzzi Wagner says:

    I use those mini muffin pans to bake my meatballs. Then when they are done I leave the little oil left and make baked egg cups (like little omlets). It make them taste extra good and clean up very easy.

  2. Virginia Perkinson says:

    Excited for the baked egg rolls!

  3. Bianca Sterling says:

    Love hearing your kids in the background. It really adds to the authenticity that I love about you!

  4. Bumble Bee says:

    All this VERY delicious food! Mmmm….. What a lucky family! Is that Dutch Oven new? I don't remember seeing it before. You have such a wonderful hubby to help you like he does… Bless each of you. LOVE watching these videos. Thanks!!!

  5. Tatjana Eby-Siddiqui says:

    Mini meatloaf, amazing!!!!! The tortellini soup looks very yummy too. Amazing how you manage all this work. God bless you and your family.

  6. Fields Full House says:

    Wow! I can’t believe Benjamin will be 1! It goes by so fast! I always get inspired by your freezer meals! I have been doubling a recipe of one meal then we eat one for dinner and freeze the other.

  7. Ilona Wiaktor says:

    Jamerrill, Benjamin and I share a birthday 🎂 of course I’m a few years older than your boy 😜 but that is so awesome I’ve never shared a birthday with a YouTuber before. So excited to see what you will do for the little guy.
    Btw love the freezer cooking videos keep em comin I look forward to watching them every night.

  8. savannah Leigh says:

    Instead of ground beef we use turkey meat and mix it with Italian ground sausage to make turkey loaf

  9. Natalie Eiting says:

    Smaller containers just mean they'll defrost quicker!

  10. Jaylaa Moon says:

    Jamerrill you are #goals ❤

  11. Arch and Friends says:

    Do you find you use all your freezer meals? Would love to see you guys eating them too!

  12. Mally LaBoy says:

    That soup looks amazing!!! Thanks Jamerrill for making me hungry at almost midnight lol

  13. catherine gipson says:

    Hi jam Merrill the link for the 14 qt cooker takes me to the 8 qt instant pot

  14. Winter says:

    Off topic, but had to say you look so pretty in this video!

  15. catherine gipson says:

    Me again, my nephew in law works at the lodge(where they make the cast iron). I have a skillet that you need it is so big. We get a discount on the stuff at their store that is across from the plant

  16. SimplySheyenne says:

    I love my black & decker food processor it works great !

  17. Dee S says:

    Jamerrill, I don’t know how you do it. You’re a Superwoman. I have 1 kid and I’m tired 24/7 haha.

  18. Sea Breeze Cottage says:

    Hi, Baby Benjamin is so precious!🎂 You are blessed! My well loved Hamilton Beech Hand Blender works great on smashy, smashy bananas for Banana Bread. And my Black & Decker Food Processor is still goin strong. Great buys, Jamerrill. Love your Vlogs👍

  19. Becky Perks says:

    You and Sam from Happily a Housewife should do a collab! I don’t think you’re too far from each other, that would be so fun! Love you both 😊

  20. Becky Perks says:

    Benjamin has the same birthday as my son, but my son with be 2!

  21. Jess Kenny says:

    Yay Jamerill is back doing her massive freezer cooking days!!

  22. Jen the INFP - Chaotically Minimal says:

    The mini meatballs and the soup look delicious!! Wow that year has flown by, I remember you announcing your pregnancy with little mr. Benjamin and now he's almost one 🙂 🙂

  23. R BK says:

    Such a cute baby xxxxxxxxx

  24. Whats In My Life 2017 says:

    Love these videos!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  25. RETHA LENIOR says:

    Great video

  26. Donna Norris says:

    How many of the “mini meat loaves” do you consider is an adult-sized serving??

  27. Gorl Is a Lah says:

    Beautiful new fridge! I know you’re a happy mama ☀️

  28. Crochet Queen says:

    Praying things are better with neighborhood! So good to hear you are making updates in your home! I luv hearing u talk about your plans for doing things in your home, you sound more settled and hopeful!

  29. Filippa Skog says:

    Wow, no way Benjamin’s a year old already! I remember commenting on the wonderful newborn cooing sounds he made as if it was like… yesterday. Made me want another baby so bad. Love from Sweden!

  30. Jenn in Kanata says:

    The food processor will definitely help you save time and energy and you get lots done I got the Cuisinart professional one for Christmas I think it's a 600 watt or something. And I use it at least weekly. it saves so much time and so much energy and with them out of freezer cooking you do you could easily get a child to put the things in there to get done while you're doing other things. I had a Black & Decker one years ago and the only reason why we didn't have it anymore was in one of the moves we've had we lost apart and it was more expensive to buy the part that the buy a new processor

  31. Jenn in Kanata says:

    As for the quinoa you probably could have just thrown the quinoa to cook in the soup and saved you one step probably that's what I do with rice when I make a rice soup

  32. Jenn in Kanata says:

    I can't wait for part 2 yum. You didn't show your vegetable beef soup

  33. W. Leo says:

    Great video! Way too much cooking for me in one day, but you killed it! Really like the soup, we will make that in our rotation.

  34. Ader Family Homeschoolers says:

    Almost 100k subscribers!

  35. Jenn Rex says:

    He’s soooo cute!! ❤️

  36. The Frugal Five says:

    We have a birthday on July 11th too. I'll have a 13 yr old. Gah!!

  37. LaNina Wyatt says:

    Go super mom

  38. Lexie Hennessy says:

    Have you tried the jars of Better Than Bouillon? They're small jars of bouillon past in chicken, beef and garlic. You only use a tbs for a big pot. More flavor and easier than the cartons!

  39. Kyra Donini says:

    Is it weird to say that I wish you were my mom? 🙈 you’re so positive and kind and reassuring and patient! Props to you girl!

  40. bit of everything says:

    He's gorgeous

  41. Thriftyshopper L says:

    Great job I love Benjamin he is gorgeous he has the cutest little round face love them all thanks for sharing

  42. Jo Anne Harris says:

    I love my cuisinart brand food processor. I just bought a new 11 cup one. I bought my first one when my daughter Victoria was born, 30 years ago!! It got yellowed with age but is still working.

  43. The Freeze Dry Queen says:

    You did it Jamerrill! You put it up before sweet baby Benjamin’s birthday. Has it honestly been a year? How???

  44. Momma Schmooze Homeschool Reviews says:

    You amaze Jamerrill! I wish I had your energy to make meals ahead of time…one day!

  45. Mommy and Lucas says:

    Wha all ingredients do you put in the sausage quinoa tortellini soup?

  46. This Roth Tribe says:

    I love my immersion blender!!! I don’t like regular meatloaf, so I’m thinking we’ll try the mini meatloaves!!! I can’t believe Mr. Benjamin is almost kissing his FIRST birthday!!! Aghhh!!! Time hustles on by, doesn’t it?!?

  47. julie or bill Johnson says:

    I love my stick blender.it my cooking buddy

  48. Jen's Large Family Parody says:

    Meatless Mondays!!

  49. ecmomma says:

    Your bone broth would be so good for
    Your dogs. You could pour it over their food, they would love it and so healthy for them!

  50. Lwest says:

    Wow Mama! Did you stop and pat yourself on the back? You just nailed that cooking and prep day more efficiently and with more clarity than ever before!💗

  51. washieka says:

    Black and Decker is a surprisingly good brand i use their hand mixer too

  52. J aune says:

    What a WOMAN

  53. Caroline Coffey says:

    Hi jamerrill thank you so much for sharing loving your new kitchen equipment those soup containers what a brill idea, and you’ve given me some great recipe ideas 😁💕

  54. Kelly Reynolds says:

    Im a mother of 6. Love watching and writing your recipes sure does help me out. You inspire alot of moms. God bless u

  55. Kelli H. says:

    Yay for a productive cooking day. My kiddos love when we make a balsamic glaze for the mini meatloaf. Just ketchup, balsamic vinegar and a little bit of brown sugar.

  56. Terri Drafta says:

    I will think of Benjamin as we celebrate our birthday on July 11th.

  57. Angela Diller says:

    Could you please give me a link to those storage bowls you used for the soup?

  58. Hey You says:

    His eyes a so big and beautiful!!!

  59. Jamela Reyes says:

    Adore the video quality now!

  60. Haley Rose says:

    Did you not show you making the vegetable soup? I was so excited to see that

  61. Jean Kendall says:

    Great job! Now put your feet up!

  62. Donna Terry says:

    Love your cooking videos. Love your family!

  63. Melissa Taylor says:

    Great Video. Nice job. That soup looks so good

  64. Rory Papin says:

    Daniel looks so big now!! Can’t believe how much he’s grown over the years 😂 love the freezer meals videos 👌🏻

  65. The Mckinney's says:

    Hello, first I would like to say how much I love watching you and your family. Its so calming to me and just wholesome. My question is, I sent a text to get the freezer meal prep menu along time ago and never recieved it. I didn't know if it worked or if i should try again. Once again I really enjoy your vlogs and family!

  66. Abby phipps says:

    I have always thought you were so relatable, almost like a tv mom. Then I saw 7th Heaven today. You are Annie Camden’s twin haha!

  67. stephanie turpen says:

    my birthday is july 13 happy early birthday

  68. Tori Tee says:

    I couldn't get past the first15 seconds…..I can't believe that Benjamin is going to be a year old in a few days!!! I am really shocked! Ok…………back to the rest of this exciting video! 😀

  69. Louise Charbonneau says:

    You impress me every time

  70. kcbrat23 says:

    Your soup containers will be perfect to pop the soup out still frozen and put in the instant pot to reheat 🙂

  71. Cookie Crumb Fun says:

    Happy Birthday! Don't forget to go get a free slurpee today! Its 7-11 day!

  72. Tae Xavier says:

    Oh my goodness he grew up so quickly happy birthday Benjamin❤️❤️❤️❤️😘😘😘😘🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂

  73. Erin Costa says:

    What size is your cast iron dutch oven? I have been wanting one forever but I feel like they only come in 5qt or smaller. I don't know if that is large enough. Yours looks big!

  74. scrapper900 says:

    Girllllll I will never know how you find the time or energy to do all you do. God bless you momma!

  75. Marguerite Rideout says:

    You might be moving again?

  76. Tracy Bridges says:

    could you send a recipe of tortilla soup

  77. sj burgess says:

    Not "Vegtables"

  78. kasee lee says:

    Love all your videos!! Please keep posting video

  79. while baby's sleeping says:

    I love how excited you seemed about cooking your chicken thighs. It made me smile hehe 😄

  80. Jen Fought says:

    I have been searching on your vlogs looking for the recipe for a taco casserole that you layered pepper jack cheese in(you said it was travis's favorite). I found the taco casserole recipe on your blog hat calls for shredded cheese but not one for pepper jack. Did you just swap the cheeses? Help!

  81. La Diva Soto says:

    My birthday is june 14th n my anniversary is july 1st 😁😁😁 the day u published this video

  82. She Found Grace says:

    My family is dairy free due to my husbands MS so it’s so hard for me to just throw some stuff like this together to freeze. Also gluten free and we’re mostly organic and I’m a freak about processed foods so it’s hard for me to buy cheap foods and freeze. I hate that I struggle with all that. The more I k ow the harder for me to ignore. You’re amazing

  83. Victoria Comeau says:

    How do you have the energy to do everything that you do? Dear Lord, you must never have time to sleep

  84. Alicia Davis says:

    I love your videos ❤️

  85. Victoria Perkins says:

    These videos of freezer cooking are so enjoyable to watch. I could watch organizational or decluttering, food cooking videos endlessly ;-). Nice to hear someone else who respects budgets and being careful, waste nothing. Great job Jamerill.

  86. Makayla's Life says:

    Thanks for giving us videos to watch I love watching ,

  87. Eat Up with the C.M.C crew! Mary Franklin says:


  88. Norah Almquist says:

    Ok wanted to share what I found and they are amazing!!! Reynolds kitchen slow cooker liners I payed 3 and u get 4 liners I use my slow cooker all the time and there isn't much or any clean up

  89. L O says:

    Hamilton Beach is not a 'Walmart brand', it's actually a national brand that's probably older than Walmart

  90. MyMason100 says:

    Busy Lady !!!

  91. Crystal Quinn says:

    My tube tied baby gift from God's birthday is July 5th! Happy July babies!! Bless you sweet sweet lady.

  92. Ellen Casey says:

    We need more great daddies today your Blessed 💙💛 💙💙 💙👣🙏 👣👣 👣🙏🙏🙏 🙏👣👣 👣👀👍 👍✌️

  93. scrapper900 says:

    Why am I watching this for the 10th time….because Jamerrill is the best that’s why!

  94. Amy Rivers says:

    Hi Jamerrill. You are as gorgeous as ever. To me you are the picture of eleglance and I love your real life happening stories. I'm blessed to have found you and your channel. You have helped me so much lately by distracting me from chronic pain. Sometimes I'm not sure if my messages make sense but I still try to say how much of a positive influence you are to me. I've got high function aspergers. It's been really tough over the past few months healthwise and I believe in giving credit when it's due. I'm just one person out of many thousands that you help in many ways. I would was wondering if you had ever tried using a fruit and vegetable dehydrated. If you have do you think that it is worth it?

  95. LaNina Wyatt says:

    Everything looks delicious

  96. Jus- Sayin says:

    I'm really glad we get to watch you cook. I'm a cook too and this is my fun. Watching you cook.

  97. Couponing with Candice says:

    i love these videos its just me and my daughter but i scale the recipes way down and make them work for us its been great

  98. lizz beam says:

    Oh goodness , Mini meat loafs , I have ordered a big muffin pan like yours , as I am making ground turkey , quinoa, meat balls , it’s a cool summer day in Alaska , you inspired me to make banana bread 4 loafs , meat balls , ginger sesame chicken for later !
    Mama of 2 special needs angels ! Having my kids help cook and freeze , after seeing your angles do the same it’s a blessing !
    Much love from Alaska , blessing on you and yours

  99. Donna Norris says:

    Just wondering:
    Do you ever make (old-fashioned) bone-in Southern (Buttermilk) Fried Chicken for your family??

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen you do that in a video yet…?


    And biscuits & gravy (ground sausage in a White Bechamel sauce?) Just wondering… 🤔💭

  100. Trisha Walsh says:

    Love the idea of the mini meat loafs 👌 will definitely be giving those ago 🤗 xx

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