Have you heard of make ahead freezer meals? We are on a quest to make meal times easier and more simple at our home. I have always wanted to have a cooking day so I could make some meals ahead of time and freeze them.
I decided to create a seven day meal planner so I could plan what meals we’d eat each week and then create a shopping list for each week as well.
I am printing off four of these seven day planners, filling them out, and then buying the ingredients needed to make the meals. Here’s a little snapshot of what I’ve done so far:
I intend to have about a month’s worth of meals in my freezer when I’m finished cooking. The idea is to cook all day and have a whole month of foods to eat. In order to have a successful cooking day, you must plan ahead as much as possible. I want to make sure I have all the ingredients I need before the cooking day begins.
You can find all the Trim Healthy Mama recipes in their cookbook, but you can also find tons of them on Pinterest or BrianaThomas.com.
You can download this meal planner as well. Just right click on the images below to save them to your device and print them.
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