Meatball Sub

These individually wrapped subs make a hearty lunch, and are a great solution for a quick dinner. Keep extra sauce on hand for dipping.


Freezing Day

  1. Slice hoagie rolls in half lengthwise, about ⅓ of the way down from the top of the roll. Hollow out the bottom of the roll, leaving about ½″ of bread.

  2. Put a layer of cheese in the bottom roll, followed by 3 meatballs, and cover with sauce. Top with more cheese.

  3. Put the top of the roll on, and wrap each sub in aluminum foil and freeze.

Reheating Instructions

Defrost the meatball sub in the refrigerator overnight. Bake sub on a baking sheet at 375°F for 15 minutes, or until desired temperature is reached.


Calories: 667 | Fat: 31g | Protein: 49g | Sodium: 992mg | Carbohydrates: 46g | Fiber: 2g

All Plastic Bags Are Not Created Equal

When buying zip-top bags for freezing, don't skimp on quality. Quality applies in two areas: thickness of the bag and quality of the closure device. If the manufacturer does not specify thickness, you will have to go by feel. Don't use bags with the slider closure as they can more easily leak air, leading to freezer burn.

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