Freezer Organizing Tricks

Situation: A very old refrigerator with a microscopic freezer. Too many loose items and not enough door space or shelves to hold all of the food.Items often fell out upon the unlikely door opener when they went in to retrieve the ice cream. Sound familiar?

Solution: Remove all of the contents and organize into categories, meat, vegetables, boxes and bags. Group items together and place the bagged items into a large storage bins which now act as drawers to be pulled out instead of having the self-serve falling out from the old days!

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6 Responses to Freezer Organizing Tricks

  1. Kristen says:

    oh my, that top pic would be my freezer if you doubled the contents! I am going to try your advise, lord knows I can use it. Now I am motivated!

  2. Kathi says:

    Good luck Kristen! Don’t forget to place like with like or meal ingredients together and use plenty of plastic bins to contain your collections!

  3. Christy says:

    I’d be interested in seeing the freezer of a side-by-side upright fridge. You’d think all those shelves would make for a organized freezer, but we still find ourselves wading through the freezer when we need something. Ugh! 🙂

  4. Cindy H says:

    Love this advice, and especially the pictures!

    I also put an Excel list and a hanging pen on the front of the Freezer, so when I take something out to use for supper or whatever, then I cross it off. This also works for adding items when I’ve been to Costco! ;o)

    Now I just need to learn to be consistent!
    Cindy H

    • admin says:

      I am so glad you have a way to keep track of Costco items – they can get a bit out of control with little effort! Great ideas – thanks for sharing!

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