By Erin Huffstetler | 01/10/2018 | 1 Comment
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Have trouble staying on top of what’s in your freezer? Use my freezer inventory list to keep track of what you have, so it’ll be easier to plan meals around it.
Just do a complete inventory of your freezer(s) once. Then, update your inventory list each time you add or remove something. If you hang your list on the side of your freezer, it’ll only take a second to do.
Use the left side of the page to list all the foods that you have. Use the check boxes on the right to indicate quantities.
I use a single diagonal line through a box to indicate something that I have. Then, I turn it into an “X” when I take it out of the freezer.
This system makes it really easy to see when we’re running low on something, and reminds me to use things up before they have a chance to become freezer-burned.
Want to Make It Reusable?
Just laminate the page, and use a wet-erase marker to fill it out. This will allow you to wipe your list off with a damp rag, any time you need to redo your list. A permanent marker will also work. It wipes off with rubbing alcohol. Just don’t use a dry erase marker, they bead up on laminated surfaces.
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