Freezer Turkey Burgers or Fish?



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I love being able to grill a wholesome turkey burger indoors. It’s even better when the prep work has been done weeks ago and all I have to do is smell it while it cooks. I always make a fresh salad that will last us 3-4 days at a time. I’ll vary it up with various greens like spinach, kale or cabbage, fresh fruit, seasonal vegetables, dried fruit, nuts or different kinds of cheese. I like to make it different so I never get tired of salad. This is a simple side for my husband and I because my kiddos aren’t fans. It doesn’t mean I don’t hide the greens in the burgers, though. IMG_2782Several weeks ago I froze two batches of turkey ranch cheddar burgers and pressed them into a $1 patty press from the dollar store. It’s a bit larger and flatter than the English muffin ring I’ve used before.



IMG_2786This works great since ground turkey patties shrink up quite a bit when they cook. I put mine on a whole wheat sandwich thin and this size was perfect, don’t you think?

IMG_1505Paired with a side salad, we are good to go on a weeknight. I like to slice an avocado and add salsa to my burger. If I’ve done my thawing homework in my thawing box, I can have this meal on the table in less than 15 minutes.



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We love freezer meals around here.



Speaking of love, my husband and son love kayak fishing and they just made it Kayak Angler Fishing online.

David Brown holds up a big North Carolina carp while he son Caleb looks on in delight.



My cuties spending time together. One side note, I’m not going to freeze this carp for a future meal. :0

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