Most of us have been there at one time or another. Money is tight, and we still have to make sure everyone is fed. It can tempting to just pick up cheap processed food, and honestly there's no shame in the occasional KD for dinner, but it's actually still more costly than cooking from scratch, not the mention less healthy and wholesome. And yes, cooking from scratch takes a bit more time, BUT, take a deep breath, get the kids involved, use the tried-and-true tips below, and the MP meal planner, and before you know it you'll be enjoying planning and making meals and save money. Let's go!
Hey there you brilliant, sexy parents. Raise your hand if you've ever gone grocery shopping hungry and blown your budget on cookies and corn chips? Or you just shopped yesterday and now you have no freaking clue what to cook for dinner? I'm right there with you, which is why I designed and started using the handy dandy meal planner below. It's just one page, easy to take in at just a glance. Easy to stick to the fridge. Easy, easy, easy! Click on the download link below and you can start using this bad-boy to rock the supermarket!Read More
Full serving of spinach! Plus, once you've tried this quiche recipe a couple times (it's really not that hard to master!), it's fun to experiment with additions like olives, bacon, cherry tomatoes, fresh herbs, and more!Read More
Heck, no-one here is going to judge you for using instant pancake mix, but for the mornings (or nights) when you want to revel in your inner domestic Goddess, here's a yummy pancake recipe that's almost as easy as instant.Read More
Tasty, healthy, protein-rich, and (bonus!) your kids will be too busy stuffing their faces to prattle on and on about Minecraft.Read More