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Frozen Seasoning Blend (for your freezer OAMC)

ready for the freezer

**NOTE FROM KELLI:  This is my 5th most popular recipe on this site!  Be sure to go see the rest of the top ten most popular recipes at Southern mom Cooks!

I make my own seasoning blend and use it in the majority of my recipes.  I do different things each time depending on what is on sale, what someone gives us, what we pick up at the local market, etc.  This time (when I was actually taking pictures) I used:

  • Purple Onion
  • Yellow Onion
  • Red Bell pepper
  • Yellow Bell pepper
  • Orange Bell pepper

I have also used the above and added any of the following:

  • Green Bell pepper
  • Celery
  • Garlic
  • Mushrooms
  • Green Onion
  • White Onion
  • Carrots

It is actually a pretty simple process that I have perfected over the years.  I also need to tell you the story of seasoning blend and our Exchange Student from back in 2006! So, be sure to scroll on down to see that! :-)

How to make homemade seasoning blend!

Step One:  Gather the fresh ingredients that you want in your seasoning blend.

Fresh Flavors

Step Two: Chop everything up and put it in a big bowl, then mix well

Chopped Veggies


Step Three: Put scoops full of mix into lightly sprayed muffin pans, fill each “muffin” 3/4 of the way with water, and stick in the freezer for a couple hour **see picture at the top of this post**
Step Four:  Pop the muffin shaped things out and stick them in a freezer bag to use the next time you need some flavor in your cooking!


Pull out just what you need!

Now the funny seasoning blend story:

I had chopped everything and put it in the fridge because I was also cooking supper.  I planned to get it separated that night, but was tired by the time supper, baths, etc were done.  So, I just set the bowl in the fridge and decided to separate it all out the next day.  Our exchange student got up in the middle of the night and wanted a snack.  He saw that bowl of “salad” in the firdge and fixed himself a full bowl of it!  Poor thing, he got really sick from it! HA HA! It cured him, though!  He never ate in the middle of the night again. :-)

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About Kelli Miller

My husband (Ricky) of 15 years, our three wild and wonderfully different little boys, one totally spoiled little dog named Annie, and I live in a small town on the coast of Southern Alabama.


  1. What kind of things do you put the seasoning blend in? I love the idea of just having to pop it out of the freezer and right into whatever you are cooking.

    Stopping by from Tip Junkie to say hi :)

    • So many things from meatloaves to soups to casseroles. Pretty much anything that calls for chopped seasonings get some seasoning blend. :) Also, if you do a search for “seasoning blend” here on my site, you will see many recipes that I put it in
      Kelli Miller´s last blog post ..40 + Drink Recipes

  2. Nice way to get a jump start on soups and stews…thanks for sharing!

  3. This is a great idea! I chop onions and freeze them flat in a ziploc bag. When needed I just break off a portion and add them to the recipe. Now, with your seasoning blend, no more wasted peppers and another time saver. Thanks so much!

  4. GREAT TIP! I came to this post from the slow cooker whole fryer recipe. Thanks again for linking up and sharing this great tip!
    Lisa@BlessedwithGrace´s last blog post ..Tempt My Tummy Tuesday… Some Grilling and Some Chilling

  5. This is a fabulous idea! I’d love for you to share this at Tuesday’s Table for the Holidays –!
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