Baked Goods You Can Freeze for Later!

Baked Goods You Can Freeze for Later!
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Baked Goods You Can Freeze for Later!

Lemon Cranberry Yogurt Cookies

Words of warning: Even though these cookies are only 96 calories they are addicting.

Learn how to make Lemon Cranberry Yogurt Cookies.

Cranberry Lemon Oat Bars

I love the combination of tart and sweet flavors in this delightful bar – the kiddos loved them too!

Learn how to make Cranberry Lemon Oat Bars.

Lemon and Ginger Muffins

I just love the brightness these two ingredients add to a meal, especially baked goods.

Learn how to make Lemon and Ginger Muffins.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread

If you are in the mood for a little chocolate fix this pumpkin bread will do the trick and more.

Learn how to make Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread.

Breakfast Fig and Nut Cookies

If my taste buds are not convincing enough then my 4 year old gave it two thumbs up which always means this one is a keeper.

Learn how to make Breakfast Fig and Nut Cookies.

Strawberry Chocolate Chip Muffins

What better combination than strawberries and chocolate? Ok maybe peanut butter and chocolate but you know what I mean.

Learn how to make Strawberry Chocolate Chip Muffins.

Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies with Chocolate Chips and Almonds

The chocolate chips and dry roasted salted almonds together create that perfect salty sweet taste that many of us need to feel sane.

Learn how to make Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies with Chocolate Chips and Almonds.

Blueberry Lemon Muffins

The texture came out perfectly moist and hearty with the lemon flavor just sending it over the top.

Learn how to make Blueberry Lemon Muffins.

Banana Nut Muffins

I chose muffins simply because my kids will eat anything that somewhat resembles a cupcake.

Learn how to make Banana Nut Muffins.

Cooking Light Zucchini Bread

The combination of cinnamon, lemon, and zucchini turned this bread into a delicious summertime treat that you can enjoy in the morning with your coffee.

Learn how to make Cooking Light Zucchini Bread.


I absolutely love to bake! Preparing moist muffins, chewy cookies, and hearty breads is something that helps me bring comfort to a hectic day or week.

While I would enjoy baking daily, I really only have time once or twice a week to make a new batch of my beloved baked goods. Good thing most of my recipes freeze perfectly and when thawed and warmed up taste just as good as freshly baked.

In the last year on Skinny Mom's Kitchen I have posted quite a few baked good recipes. Here are 10 of my favorites. You will notice that I am partial to anything with lemon - can't help it, I am a lemon nut!

Click on the slideshow above for recipes and freezer instructions.

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