Printable Freezer Labels

Printable Freezer Labels

By Erin Huffstetler | 10/25/2017 | 3 Comments
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Have lots of mystery foods in your freezer? Use these free, printable freezer labels to label and date everything as it goes in, so you no longer have to play the “guess the contents” game.

This will make it easier to plan meals, and to determine which foods need to be used first.

Colorful Freezer Labels

Just pick the set you like best; print them out on full-sheet label paper; cut them out; and tuck them in a kitchen drawer, so they’ll always be handy.

Here are all four freezer label designs …

Printable Freezer Labels - Retro Red

Print Retro Red & Turquoise Freezer Labels

Printable Freezer Labels - Brights

Print Brights Freezer Labels

Printable Freezer Labels - Colorful

Print Simply Colorful Freezer Labels

Printable Freezer Labels - Eat Me

Print “Eat Me” Freezer Labels

Many web browsers have their own built-in PDF viewers, but they tend to be buggy. If you’re having trouble printing one of our printables, click here for help.

Regular label sheet should hold up just fine in the freezer, but if you run into problems with your labels running or losing their stickiness, you can always print them on vinyl. That’ll make them waterproof. Just be sure to pick vinyl that’s designed for your type of printer. The ink jet and laser versions aren’t interchangeable.

Regular label sheet: Avery Label 8165 for Ink Jets | Avery Label 5265 for Laser

Printable Freezer Meal Labels

Like to make and freeze meals ahead? Then, be sure to print my freezer meal labels, too. They have room to list reheating instructions.

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Comments

  1. Love these! I’m definitely guilty of throwing things in the freezer without labeling because I KNOW I’ll remember. Hah!

  2. Oh my goodness, where were you when I was a new bride and knew nothing about good housekeeping? I discovered you today quite by accident, and your bill-paying forms alone are worth gold to me. I am 62 years old, not proud of my housekeeping, but have been self-taught most of my life, so I guess for that I can feel a little bit good. Even in my old(er) age I am learning, and am a work-in-progress, and still have hopes of organization in my life. Thank you for being willing to share what you have learned with others.

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