Day 91 - 30 Days of Food

Once a month I cook. Just once.

My tiny freezer somehow turns into a T.A.R.D.I.S. and allows for a months worth of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners to cram their way inside.

With every weekend in September but this past one already scheduled away, I had to get all my cooking done!

One of my new favorites is a hot sandwich... right out of the freezer... kind of!

Hot Sandwiches on the Go!

Sweet Rolls
Cheese (I use Heinie's Raw Cheddar)
Deli Meat (I use Boar's Head Cajun Turkey)
A Sauce of your choice (I use half mustard/half mayo, mixed well)

Roll of aluminum foil
  • Cut rolls in half
  • Spread sauce thickly across both halves
  • Add meat and cheese to your liking
  • Place sandwich TOP DOWN onto foil and wrap tightly. Make sure that everything is completely covered!
  • Throw them into the freezer.
  • When you are ready to heat them up, toss them in the oven and set the temp to 350. Bake for 45 minutes and enjoy the best hot sandwich you've ever had!
* If the sandwiches are not frozen, 15-20 minutes in the oven should be perfect!

I am thankful for my T.A.R.D.I.S. freezer. God literally only knows how all that food fits in there.

I am thankful for the fact that the storm season hasn't knocked out the power and spoiled all my efforts.

I am thankful that my one free weekend, "happened" to coincide with the last of my meals from last month being removed.

Do you have a favorite "make ahead" meal? I'd love to hear about it!


  1. That sounds both expeditious an absolutely delicious. Being the sad and lonely bachelor that I am, my idea of planning ahead for a meal is buying a frozen pizza and lettinf it sit in the freezer for four days. I I think, though, I could probably make this work, even with my less than novice cooking skills. Victoria, you are well and truly a genius, both culinary and otherwisen

    1. Thanks Sean <3

      You would LOVE them! And the combination possibilities are endless. Let me know if you try it :-)


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