Don’t feel like cooking? Here’s how to make Fast No-Brainer Stir-Fry!
I promised you meal ideas for the hot summer days when you just can’t find inspiration to cook.
Did you try our 5-Minute Crock Pot Chicken yet? It truly only takes 5-minutes of effort to make. Perfect for this summer (or next winter, obviously).
And now, I encourage you to spend a few minutes putting together some Stir-Fry Packets so that you can quickly make stir fry on a busy evening.
It looks something like this:
- Gather Veggies.
- Rinse Veggies.
- Chop Veggies
- Baggie Up the Veggies.
- Freeze the Veggies.
- Pull Out the Veggies on an “I Don’t Wanna Cook” Day
Oh, and while you’re at it, make several baggies at once. It only makes sense!
Having baggies of chopped veggies like this truly has been a life-saver for me. It makes for very quick meals, and does it go without saying that these meals are full of veggies? What a perk!
My favorite ways to use Stir-Fry Veggies are:
With gardens in full swing right now, it’s a smart idea to chop and freeze excess garden veggies anyway.
- Summer Squash
- Sweet Peppers
- Green Beans
- Any of your favorites!
Use these veggies for a side dish!
Here’s another idea: Use these stir-fried veggies as a side dish with this 5-Minute Crock Pot Chicken. Or with any meat that you might throw on the grill.
What are your favorite Stir-Fry Veggies? Have you put together Veggie Packets for your freezer like this?
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