The Easiest Way to Organize Your Freezer or Stockpile {Printable Download}

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No matter what size or shape your freezer is – it can be a pain to keep organized! I only have the freezer above my refrigerator (some day I’d love to have a separate freezer), but things get lost even in that tiny space. When my freezer is completely full, it is impossible to see everything at once.

Several years ago I came up with a Freezer Organization Chart to keep tabs on what I’d stored in there. I thought now would be a good time to share it with you!

With this tool, you’ll know what you have on hand without digging through your freezer! My printable download Freezer Inventory helps you to know what is stored in your freezer with just a quick glance.

I’ve organized the inventory into six categories: Meat, Meals, Veggies & Sides, Desserts, Breakfast and Miscellaneous. There are blank lines in each category so that you can add your own items, too! These all fit on three pages that you’ll be able to download and print as you need them.

Use the boxes to record the quantities of each item in your freezer. When you take the item out of the freezer to use it, cross it off the list. You can also laminate these sheets and use a dry erase marker to keep track of your inventory. It’s up to you!

This Freezer Inventory is available in my Etsy store for $2.99. Once you’ve downloaded the file, you can print as many copies as you need for the rest of time.

If your freezer is too much of a disaster to even benefit from something like this, check out my post with tips for organizing your freezer in less than 30 minutes!


2 thoughts on “The Easiest Way to Organize Your Freezer or Stockpile {Printable Download}

  1. What is the three tier rack you have in the freezer? I think that might be helpful to me, or finding something similar . . . .


    1. That is a corner plate rack that I think I got from my Bed Bath and Beyond wedding registry (in 2010). It fits nicely in the back of the freezer – you could probably find something comparable at Dollar Tree.


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