My love for mason jars continues with new printables! Included this week are a new printable meal planner with grocery list and recipe cards. I’m extremely excited about the recipe cards. Oh wait…do you still hand print recipes?
Printable Meal Planner with Grocery List and Bonus Recipe Cards
To continue with our Ten Year Blogiversary of Walking on Sunshine Recipes, I have a new set of Mason Jar Meal Planner with Grocery List and Recipe Cards just for you!
You all know how much I love mason jars, right? I mean our whole kitchen was designed so I could display my collection of antique Ball Mason Jars.
So it would only seem obvious that my new site design…wait a minute, you didn’t notice it? The whole blog has a new look and theme…mason jars! Back to what I was saying, to go along with the new site design, I have a whole new set of meal planners with grocery lists and recipe cards for you!
And if you haven’t already enter the KitchenAid Mixer Giveaway, please do so HERE! It’s open for a few more days!
What Exactly is Meal Planning?
Meal planning is something everyone talks about lately but what exactly is it? Meal planning is whichever way you organize yourself to cook a meal…usually dinner.
It’s the plan you make before you go grocery shopping or a list of what you want to prepare and serve meals for your family.
I’ve been planning out my family’s meals for years way before I started blogging and way before people actually talked about planning out a weekly dinner recipes for their family.
When my kids started getting busy with after school activities and other events, I started created a weekly list on a calendar of what I would make for dinner each night of the week.
The list helped me know what to cook for my family every night and how to be organized so I wasn’t scrambling at the last minute to get something on the table for dinner. It also helped me know what to purchase at the grocery store and not overspend.
Tips for Successful Meal Planning
- Get inspired! Spend time looking for easy recipes you know your family is going to love and want to eat.
- Ask your family what they want to eat for dinner. What are their favorite recipes that you already make for them?
- Once you have your weekly meals planned, put together a grocery list and go shopping!
Some people find it easier to plan out a weekly meal plan by following themes. Here are just a few ideas:
- Monday – Comfort Food
- Tuesday – Mexican Food
- Wednesday – Breakfast for dinner
- Thursday – Pasta Night
- Friday – Sandwich Night
- Saturday – Pizza Night
- Sunday – Family Favorites
Check out the NEW Mason Jar Printables
The new Printable Meal Planner with Grocery List are available to my newsletter subscribers only. It’s easy to sign up! Just click HERE or on either photo and you’ll be able to add your email address.
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Before you go, why don’t you check out this great DIY project for framing Old Family Recipe Cards. This makes a great Mother’s Day or Bridal Shower gift too!