This post probably contains affiliate links, to items I am in love with, and I am confident you will too! For any health advice I give on nutrition and wieghtloss, make sure you check with your doctor, as I am not a health professional. I am just a mama with lots of health and fitness knowledge and experience.

Preparing and making freezer meals as a pregnant or new mama is so helpful for postpartum weight loss! As new baby arrives, things get hectic. Life happens, family visits, nights turn into days, and before you know it, you’ve been eating Cheetos and Eggo waffles for a week. Preparing some yummy, healthy freezer meals before baby arrives can really set you up for success in losing the baby weight, as well as keeping up your milk supply. In my program, we focus on nutrition as the main priority in maintaining milk supply, which also has the bi product of helping you lose the baby weight! Focusing on the right foods actually tells your body to use fat to make breast milk!

Highly nutritious foods are going to be the best foods to focus on, and creating some freezer meals with these foods will set you up for success! I have some freezer recipes I’ve created in my program, as well as a full meal plan and grocery lists to get you through 21 days of eating clean and losing the baby weight. These recipes are MY FAVORITES from other bloggers, all are easy to freeze in either single servings or bulk servings, depending on what you need.

You also want to stock up on these lactation bars and protein powder! The lactation bars are a perfect hospital-bag snack, and they will nourish you with the proper nutrients right after birth! They also have milk-boosting herbs in them, which can help you milk come in right away after birth! 

Here is your list of freezer meals for postpartum weight loss that will also keep your milk supply running high!


Green Low Carb Pancakes by Blessed Beyond Crazy

Mini Crustless Quiche Cups by Two Healthy Kitchens

Easy Egg Muffins with Pesto + Ham by The Nourishing Gourmet

Homemade Lara Bars by Traditional Cooking School

Don’t forget protein shakes!! These are a HUGE part of my postpartum program, and this is the super safe and healthy protein powder I suggest. I LOVE smoothies because you can freeze the ingredients ahead of time in bags, or just throw a few things in a blender quick and easy in the morning!


Vegetable Quinoa Lentil Soup by Carve Your Craving

Parmesan Crusted Chicken Tenders by Kristine’s Kitchen

Layered BBQ Chicken + Sweet Potato Enchilada Casserole by Ambitious Kitchen

Creamy Tortellini Vegetable Bake by Chelsea’s Messy Apron

Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps by New Leaf Wellness


Vegetarian Freezer Enchiladas by Delicious Obsessions

Nourishing Mexican Chicken Soup by All The Nourishing Things

Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole by Paleo Scaleo

Cheesy Broccoli and Pepper Baked Orzo by Oh My Veggies

Skinny Eggplant Rollatini with Spinach by Skinny Taste

Spaghetti Pie by The Gracious Pantry

Twice Baked Buffalo Sweet Potatoes by The Creative Bite


If you need help losing the baby weight and keeping up your milk supply, I have a very popular program, The Postpartum Cure, which provides you with your diet and nutrition plan to lose weight, not milk supply!

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