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Day 5 Back-to-School Freezer Meal: Super Stuffed Poppin' Peppers

Updated: Mar 22, 2019

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We are a big believer in quality time for family. That's why we want to help equip you to bring fun and laughter into your home and the heart of the home, your kitchen. 

This week, we have created daily blogs for Back-to-School Survival Week Freezer Meals. These fun meals can be frozen and help you prep for the back-to-school madness. 

Here is what is to come tomorrow: 

Friday the 10th: Loads of Fun Layering Lasagna 

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Super Stuffed Poppin' Peppers:

Serves: 4

Prep to Freezer Time: 15

Cooking Time: 6-8 hours


1 lb ground beef

1/2 yellow onion

2 cloves of minced garlic

4 medium to large bell peppers 

1 jar of your favorite Mexican salsa

1 cup shredded cheese


Cut pepper tops off and remove seeds. 

In large mixing bowl mix meat, onion, garlic, and 2 tablespoons of salsa.

Separate mixture into four equal parts and firmly stuff into peppers.

Add remaining sauce to a quart-sized plastic freezer bag, seal, and place inside gallon-sized bag with stuffed peppers. Freeze. 

When ready to cook, thaw freezer bag.  Place peppers in an olive-oil-coated slow cooker and top with sauce.  Cook on “low” setting for 6-8 hours. 

Top with cheese 20 minutes before removing to eat.

Happy Freezer Eating,


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