25+ Breakfast MAKE AHEAD FREEZER MEALS

25+ Breakfast MAKE AHEAD FREEZER MEALS


– [Jamerrill] So, today
we are doing cran-carrot breakfast cookies, cherry
berry breakfast cookies, peanut butter banana breakfast cookies. Apples, it’s just they’re
better if you put the word breakfast in there, it makes
it more official, right? We’re doing apple sauce
muffins, pumpkin nut muffins, pumpkin chocolate chip
bread, pumpkin pancakes. All the pumpkin, pumpkin, pumpkin. We’re doing banana walnut
bread, bacon, egg, and cheese bagels, and French toast sticks. Got a bunch of Texas toast
that we can use up for those. And if you’re new here,
my name is Jamerrill. This channel is Jamerrill’s
Large Family Table. Welcome to our channel, I’m
all about equipping real-life moms ’cause we all got
a lot of real-life stuff goin’ on, amen, amen.
(uptempo folk music) I hope that you like what you see and subscribe while you’re here. I love developing and sharing all kinds of large family freezer meals, that’s definitely what
you’re getting today. Of course on a big baking day like today, it’s always the question about the oven. We’ve got a lot of things
that are gonna be in the oven and poor me, I only have
one oven. (laughing) so, I’m going to get these
various breakfast cookies going because those only take
up to 15 minutes each. Get those circling through,
while those are going, if I find myself sitting around
twiddling my thumbs, ha-ha, then I could get going
on the pumpkin pancakes. Had to make an adjustment already. The Walmart order that did
not go well the other day (laughing) keeps haunting me. I had ordered dried blueberries
and they didn’t come, they didn’t have ’em, so I
can’t do the cherry berry breakfast cookies as I planned. So now I’m gonna make ’em
into a cherry nut spice breakfast cookie, and I’ll show you how I’m tweakin’ that.
(bright country music) We got about two dozen of
these breakfast cookies. That’s what’s left of the batter. Two dozen goin’ in now.
(uptempo music) And there we go. So while those cherry nut
spice breakfast cookies are in the oven, I was jokin’ with Travis, not that him and I are
havin’ any breakfast cookies anytime soon but I said, if
we call it a breakfast cookie then it’s a cookie that you
can legally have with breakfast right, so I am makin’ a
bazillion pumpkin pancakes right now, yum-o, this smells
just like a pumpkin pie. So these pumpkin pancakes
cook up nice and thick. I’ve got both griddles growin’. Growin’, yeah, growin’ and
a goin’ so we can do six at a time, and here’s how
they’re lookin’ in the stack. (bright country music) So the dishes, dishes are
a pilin’ behind us here. (bright country music) Hey, girlfriend, you
wanna help me mix these late-night cran carrot breakfast cookies? – Yup.
(laughing) – ‘Kay, we’ll get ya the mixer. There’s a lot goin’ on in
that bowl, isn’t there? – Mm-hmm.
– We keep the little paddles down there, you
see all of mommy’s messes? Uh-huh, I’m sorry, I’m distracting ya. Look, gotta watch your bowl. So here is Ms. Amelia’s mixed up batch for the cran carrot breakfast cookies. Also just wanted to show
you my exploding kitchen. You know, stuff you don’t
put on the internet. What Zion is working on
now, he’s gonna put together these bagels, they’re gonna be
bacon, egg and cheese bagels. Here’s how Zion’s bagel stack is growing. (bright country music) Two more pans of the cran
carrot breakfast cookies goin’. Here are one of these, I
mean, they’re just massive. This is bigger than my
hand, a big breakfast cookie like this with a glass of
milk is a great breakfast on a busy and a crazy chaos morning. Now all the bacon, egg, and
cheese breakfast sandwiches are done, we got two bags
go the cran carrot breakfast cookies, I need about two more pans I need to get in bags but
now Zion’s gonna go put these out in the freezer for us. Right now, I am working on
these applesauce muffins. (baby babbling in background)
Oh, Benjamin, hold on. He sees the applesauce.
(baby yelling) (bright country music) You like my little stool
stands we have here? This helps me do this cooking in layers but it’s a whole lotta cooking. I really need like, I don’t
know, a commercial kitchen to do this, right? Maybe one day, huh? 48 applesauce muffins, just
a little bit of the batter left so I’m gonna get both
of these in the oven now. So now I’m going to mix
up the ingredients to do a whole lotta lotta of the
cinnamon French toast sticks. Zion is working on getting the ingredients all in a bowl to make
the pumpkin nut muffins. And the four dozen applesauce muffins are gonna be out of
the oven at any moment. But again, one day, with two ovens, we’ll really be cooking up a storm then. (bright country music) Meanwhile, here’s the first
two dozen applesauce muffins. There are some great freezer
French toast stick recipes out there running around online that I’ve seen where you
do the French toast sticks in the oven, however,
you know my over is full. We’ve got four dozen muffins comin’ out, we got four dozen pumpkin
walnut muffins goin’ in. So what I’m doing is, I’m gonna show ya, I’m doin’ my French toast sticks
on the griddles right now. (uptempo music) Okay.
(bright country music) Sprinkle, sprinkle, sprinkle.
(bright country music) This is me not burning
French toast sticks. Even those poor griddles look massacred. So this is the real classy
way that I’m cuttin’ this Texas toast, this, right on
the counter, three strips. This is not hurting my counter though. I am a seasoned pro, I know
the griddle is lookin’ so sad but that is from the
cinnamon that I sprinkled. And I’m gettin’ egg on my counter, so I’m losin’ all kinds
of perfect cook points. So, I’m doin’ a quick muffin hustle. I need to get these
applesauce muffins out, get the pumpkin walnut muffins in. And I need to flip some
French toast sticks. We will bag these for the freezer. Wow, that one dove to it’s death. (bright folksy music) Last loaf, we’re gettin’ there. (bright folksy music) (loudly beeping oven) Turn the oven off, turn the oven off. (country music) So, we have five big bustin’
bags of these freezer French toast sticks, I’m gonna
sit out a bag for breakfast tomorrow and of course the
rest are goin’ in the freezer. 48 applesauce muffins all bagged up. I was able to get those
in three gallon bags. The aftermath of about
six or seven hours or so. I don’t know, (laughing) however
many hours this has been. And that includes breaks,
and family chatter, and all of that, but I
have been goin’ solid. And you can tell by the
empty diet Mountain Dew cans we have just been a goin’ and workin’ hard so now it’s time to clean up this mess. (bright folksy music) Okay, it’s not perfect but
it is, mom’s gonna go to bed, good enough, certainly better than it was. The floor has some pretty good pieces now, it needs the steam mop
but all of these items are just gonna wait until morning. And I’ll get what we
can in the dishwasher, and the rest will be hand washed. But again, good enough for tonight. At least we have found the
counters, got stuff put away. If you haven’t already,
text the word, freezer, to 44222 and I’m gonna send you out my super-duper, super-mega
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Family Breakfast Freezer Meal countdown, we got six dozen
of these cran carrot breakfast cookies, and six dozen
of the cherry nut spice breakfast cookies, six
dozen of the peanut butter and banana breakfast cookies,
four dozen applesauce muffins, four dozen pumpkin and nut spice muffins. Four loaves of pumpkin
chocolate chip bread, six dozen pumpkin pie
pancakes, four loaves of banana walnut bread, we
got 48 bacon, egg, and cheese bagels, and 288 French toast sticks. So, for all of these recipes, you can always head over
to LargeFamilyTable.com and I’ll have all of those there for you.


100 thoughts on “25+ Breakfast MAKE AHEAD FREEZER MEALS

  1. What a great video!! Those recipes all sound delicious and your style of editing, music, filming, etc in this video was really Awesome too. You inspire me so much and you are truly super woman!! 💪❤️😇

  2. You're older sons are a real credit to you, they help you out so much, I'm sure they will make great husbands in the future x

  3. I would have never thought of a breakfast cookie. What an excellent idea!!! I love your channel and recipes. Keep them coming!!

  4. I made 24 Spice Muffins today (for my family of 3, including me.). That’s how small families cook!! (Lol!)

    I added oatmeal, applesauce, & walnuts besides the spices cinnamon sugar, ground nutmeg, & powdered ginger.

    And then for dinner:
    1 box of Kraft DELUXE Mac & Cheese, & added to it 1 LB of Jimmy Dean Sage Sausage (scrambled) after the Mac & Chz was finished.

  5. I’m always amazed at how well you can fit so many extremely large mixing bowls and other really large things in your cupboards!! 👍😉

    I want to see your Super Mom cape hanging in your walk-in closet/ office!! (You’re my hero!) 👍❤️😉😍😘🌹

    May God Bless you with even MORE strength, endurance, (& a chance to relax EACH day, with your feet UP!!) 😳 👍😉❤️

  6. Wouldn’t it be easier if you sprinkled the cinnamon into the egg before dunking the French toast sticks so you dont have to sprinkle them all with cinnamon on the griddle?

  7. How do you defrost the pancakes and breakfast sandwiches? How do you reheat to eat? I’m worried about sogginess

  8. Love all the ideas! Never though to cut the French toast sticks with a pizza cutter. If you mix the cinnamon in with the egg mixture for the French toast it will coat them more evenly and also not burn in your skillet.

  9. I told my husband I need another freezer. He said I have two refrigerator with freezers and two chest freezers why one more. I showed him this video. He laughed. I'm not the only one who loves pumpkin I love anything pumpkin including yogurt. Lol good bless you guys

  10. What a great video ! Your children are so lucky to have such an awesome mom! I have a large family as well, I’m so glad I found this video. Thank you ☺️

  11. Consider renting a commercial kitchen. A lot of times a local community college with a cafe or culinary program will let you rent the kitchen for a small fee. Some places also have a commercial kitchen that people can use as well for a fee.

  12. Hey is there any possibility to get your ebook etc. on any other way ? I‘m from Germany so I don’t know if my text would go thru .. thanx :))

  13. I love how you say "Pumpkin"
    😉 You are just delightful to watch I am striving to be half the mama you are. I wish you and your family many more blessings

  14. Do you use any containers to freeze food? If so, what containers? I can't seem to locate good solid containers to freeze meals.

  15. I am blessed to have a second full kitchen in our garage. It is my husbands man space. He is a big hunter so he proses his own meat durning hunting season. Christmas is great to bake all the goodies in both spaces. 2 ovens are God send.

  16. You are amazing and so inspiring to watch! I wish I had your energy and motivation!! Have you looked into those kitchen island/carts? The kind on wheels so you can move it around your kitchen as you're working and tuck away in a corner when you're done. I see them everywhere, probably even Walmart has them.

  17. I love the realness. My girlfriend laughs at me because it’s just the 2 of us but I love watching your vids ❤️

  18. You had me at Cookies for breakfast. …..so if i put the word "Breakfast " in front of Chocolate Chip Cookies, can I justify it😁

  19. You really have this big batch cooking down! I think when your kids get bigger and all start leaving home, you need to open a cafe or diner!

  20. You are my inspiration. I live in Winnipeg, MB, Canada, I have 5 kids and I've been watching your videos for 2 years or more now and you've helped me so much. <3

  21. Coukd you imagine if Jemerrill had a industrial kitchen ? She could likely feed not only her family but open a soup kitchen for those in need. She is so smart and diligent!!

  22. Lol, mom life. Have u ever missed a month of freezer meals? I feel exhausted just watching!!!
    I made ur Shepard Pie today for lunch It was DELICIOUS

  23. I loved the filming and Jadin's editing on the second half of this video! Best one I've seen so far and I think I've been watching you for close to 5 years because I remember when Amelia was a baby. Sitting in the background not saying much. Love your videos though. Have almost caught up to your most recent one. Got behind for a while because life got busy. (:

  24. Holy cow! You are my new mom hero today! 🙂 Just wanted to say thank you for inspiring me and you are totally an inspiration! Love ya! <3 Keep doing the great work! Have a great day! 🙂

  25. I appreciate ur real life mess and thanks so much for sharing whats BEHIND the scenes of " pintrist perfection " 😊

  26. Just a quick question, why do you sprinkle cinnamon before you flip? Is there a reason, texture, freezability, crust, taste? I always add the cinnamon after they are cooked.

  27. The camera work and editing on this video is great! I’ve been watching dozens of your videos and I just love watching them!

  28. Hey, love it!! I'm always looking for new ways and ideas to make the breakfast chaos easier on me. We are a family of 5 and I do not own a deep freezer. I was wondering if you had any tips/ideas for freezer meals for a small family using the refrigerator freezer. Anything helps. TIA ❤

  29. I only ccok for one. I don't know why I find this so interesting. 😁 I'd also put the cinnamon in the egg wash for rhe French toast, otherwise there'd be a number of stick I forgot to cinnamon.

  30. Awesome editing! Your son really has a talent for filming and editing. I would watch the entire video if it was 10 times as long too!

  31. Have you ever had to throw anything away from the freezer that didnt get eaten? Probably not because it all looks so good!

  32. Jamerille you are making this 77 year old woman a better cook and smarter cook. I just love the way you love your family and your never ending energy. This breakfast is great for many reasons. Your focus is on large families but you are helping older couples keep their favorite foods plus your innovative methods. I finally did a freezer pack set of meals. some yours and mine. I just made a large casserole pan, cooked once, set in freezer eat it 4 times. Did this on 2 occasions. It was fun as i watched you and your children. You make beautiful babies. AND I absolutely love all the noise from your kids. It's a live and life in motion show. I tell you this because just as I made my meals I had a heart attack and afib. Off i went to the hospital in an emt truck. I was undoubtedly frightened of the outcome. But as i got to emergency and they settled me in with at least a thousand wires I suddenly thought my husband was not going to have to cook, it was all done, with variety. With all this stress, needle pricks, ultrasounds, xrays, etc.a part of me was relieved due to these meals at home. Don't worry I was concerned about my condition but knowing I took care of my family was a relief. Home now and all is well, just tired. Once I have rested I'm trying your breakfast cookie meals. Keep up your talented ways. Oh, just one day before, I watched a show where for the first time you were sad over something. Not giving up one minute, you opened the bible, turned to a scripture and wrote it on top of your hand so you could turn to it as needed for strength. I was sincerely touched. During my hospital stay a woman from St. Michael's church came to give me commu ion. As we talked I passed on what I saw you do but could not help crying I was touched deeply, so was the woman from church. She said that she was chosen by the church to represent the day of tears. So we cried together and fulfilled the day of tears. So my dear Jamerille you have tou hef many and not just with food. God. less you and your family. Loretta

  33. You are so soothing to watch. I live seeing you have all this food ready to feed your bunch. I bet you are an awesome mom.

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  35. Try putting the cinnamon sugar IN the egg & milk batter. (& use more ((double?)) the cinnamon you put in. Yuuum!!

  36. I am amazed that you do all of this with one oven! Shows what planning, preparation and organisation can do.
    As a single person cooking for one I really need to up my game and meal prep as I have no excuse!

  37. I wanted to tell you how i thoroughly enjoyed your video, and I LOVED how you kept it real, while doing it, especially showing your leftover dish mess….I see so many videos with moms trying to look n be so perfect, and I want to see REAL life stuff…not this is my picture perfect way i do this…God bless you and keep you, Im not subscribed but I will be now!!

  38. Mrs.Stewart, your videos have inspired me to try to do some freezer meals. As a mom of 6 and nana to 8, this will help me make sure family time is quality time. Definitely going to try your French toast and bacon,egg&cheese bagels. And those cookies sound amazing.

  39. Thank you for the FREE "Super Mega Large Family Food Collection". Benjamin gave me a belly laugh when he spied Momma with the applesauce!

  40. Hi there!
    you are quite inspirational when it comes to these massive cooking meals. Just one question, how often do you do this/ how long does this last?

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