After seeing countless pins on freezer cooking and how to
organize our menus, I decided to collect some of my favorites and
share them with you! From printables to menu ideas, simplify
cooking in your home through the use of Pinterest.
So you want to get organized when it comes to preparing family
meals, but don't have the funds to hire a chef or personal shopper?
No problem. I seem to have a similar problem as well.
The first step is pretty simple. Rather than creating all sorts
of documents, I prefer selecting printables through Pinterest that
I can print off and fill-in as needed. I created a family binder to
hold our menus, calendar, and general household upkeep. Clean Mama
Printables offer calendars, family favorites, and list
documents to keep your menus organized. Another route that some
families prefer is to go digital. Think weekly meal
planning apps at your fingertips. Making meal planning
high-tech means you have your list and weekly plan with you almost
all the time. No excuse for not grabbing that last ingredient when
you're already on the run. I know families who utilize each method
and love them. (I'm a printables person - when I remember to fill
them in advance!)
Freezer meal cooking could be an entire blog post in and of
itself, but thought I'd give a brief version here. Whether you do
it on your own or with a group of
friends, creating freezer meals will definitely make your life
easier and save you money! No more running out at the last minute
for take-out, you already have meals ready to go. Some of our
favorites include freezer
burritos, and Chicken
Broccoli Rice Casserole. Each of these recipes is easy to put
together, taste delicious, and take little time to cook once
Have you ever done freezer cooking? How do you meal plan? Share
your ideas with us on our Pinterest
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