Curtains and Calzones: Baby Prep

Though we still have roughly 7 weeks to go before Baby arrives, I can’t seem to stop preparing for their arrival. I’m on a roll and pregnancy can’t stop me now! On top of the continuous nursery prep, I’ve decided to plan ahead and make as many meals to store in the freezer as my increasingly sore feet will allow. Many of you know Andrew and I are not inclined to eat out very often due to frugality and overall deliciousness that a homemade meal can only provide.

After sewing curtains for 3 out of 5 windows in baby’s room (NO PATTERN REQUIRED!), I decided to make 8 Broccoli and Cheese Calzones with homemade pizza dough (dough recipe courtesy of Sister), perfect for my freezer meal needs.

Over the past few weeks, I’ve also made 6 Primavera Lasagnas…

6 Mushroom, Spinach and Onion Quesadillas…

And a big batch of my famous Vegan Quinoa Chili (not pictured). All of these freezer meals will make life (and food prep for Andrew) a little easier AND we won’t have to eat out too often to get the necessary nourishment we’ll definitely need for what’s to come.

Tomorrow’s agenda: finish remaining curtains in Baby’s room and make two 9.5″ Spinach Pies for freezer!


by Courtney


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What began as individual hopes and dreams has rapidly become a radical dream of our own as we start our almost married life together. Follow us as we make some big changes in our lives to spend less money, produce less waste, nurse our planet back to health, and even attempt to pay our brand new mortgage in 5 years or less.
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