So I'm pretty picky about what I'll make on my OAMC days. On Sunday when I did my massive cooking day, I made about 10 different recipes, all of which I doubled. Since we only have two adults and one child in our family, I froze the meals in portions that we could eat in one sitting with minimal leftovers so I ended up with a few extras of some recipes.
My freezer is a bit loaded down. :)
Here's links to printable recipes of some of the things I made this time around. The asterisk indicates meals that require no cooking. Two asterisks indicates that it is a crockpot dish
*Orange Honey Chicken Teriyaki (this could be adapted to be a crockpot dish if you want)
**Shredded Beef (for making burritos, taco salad, quesadillas, french dip sandwiches, etc)
* **Winter Beef Stew (two varieties)
I also made a chicken vegetable soup (I basically dump cooked chicken, seasonings, broth, and chopped veggies into a bag and freeze it with plans to put it in my crockpot on cooking day). And my classic lasagna. Just be sure and undercook the noodles if you make a lasagna so they don't become soggy later on.
If you need more recipe inspiration, check out Once a Month Mom. I love this blog because each month they create a OAMC menus, shopping lists, and cooking plans. And! The menus cater to specific dietary needs: Whole Foods, Traditional, Vegetarian, Gluten-Dairy Free, Baby Food, and Diet.
Hopefully today I've been able to help you out a bit as you plan your OAMC day! Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas! :)