If you’re struggling with getting meals together and on the table every night, I suggest you start planning out your meals. Get the kids involved with the planning also! Have them pick a meal one night a week. And make sure they know they need to pick a healthy meal that includes vegetables. Make it fun for them!This week we’re starting something new. I am now creating a PDF of the Weekly Meal Plan for you to print out for you to finish filling it out with breakfast and lunch. You can easily hang this on the refrigerator for reminders. Click HERE to print out this week’s Meal Plan.
I’m also including breakfast and lunch recipes in the meal plan. Some are links to recipes or just ideas of what I like to have for breakfast and lunch.
And don’t forget to print out the Weekly Meal Planner Kit available once you sign up for my weekly newsletter. It’s easy…just click HERE. I now have three new printables to help you stay even more organized in getting dinner on the table for your family. Grocery Shopping List, Freezer List and a Pantry List complete the Weekly Meal Planner.
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