This is probably an idea that someone has already thought of, but I was quite pleased with myself when I came up with it on Saturday.
Instead of making a bunch of enchiladas in the pan and baking the whole thing before freezing the leftovers, I just rolled them up four at a time and put them on some foil, poured enchilada sauce on top, added cheese and cilantro and sealed them up into little packets of tex-mex goodness before tossing into the freezer. I only baked the ones we intended to eat that night for dinner.
I figure when I want to eat the leftovers, I can defrost them, unwrap and put in the oven or I might even be able to take from from freezer to oven if I leave them in the packet. Bonus: They won't seem like leftovers since they'll be piping hot and not a smushed up mess. Am I the smartest person ever or what? (Don't answer that.)
How about you? Any handy tips on prepping and freezing meals for later?