Seasonal Meal Planning Journal

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Seasonal Meal Planning Journal

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The key to feeding your family simply is to plan ahead. It's one of the easiest things we can implement yet one of the most neglected. Most women tell me that their biggest cooking challenge is that they don't have a plan and don't know where to start.

The Seasonal Meal Planning Journal features step by step prompts to guide you through the process of deciding what to cook and when. The prompts are also designed to save you money by getting you to check what's already in the freezer or pantry so you don't let anything go to waste. With 52 prompt pages, our Seasonal Meal Planning Journals last one full year and you have a fresh start every week. These sheets are perforated so you can easily tear them out and post your meal plan to your refrigerator or family's command center board. 

Our grocery list sheets are also perforated to rip out and take to the store with you. Also included is a list of seasonal produce, plus 16 spots to record your favorite recipes for each season so you'll never run out of inspiration.

  • 52 meal planning prompt sheets (breakfast, lunch + dinner), perforated for tearing out
  • 52 grocery list sheets, perforated for tearing out
  • What's in Season Produce Lists
  • 16 Favorite Recipe Sections for each season
  • Size: 9 x 6"
  • Printed on white paper and perfect bound

WHAT OTHER WOMEN ARE SAYING:

"A lot of times, I feel kind of lost when it comes to picking out meals for our family and I get frustrated, feeling like I cook the same thing all the time. The journal has been a huge aid in planning our meals. It has a very simple design, but lays everything out so that I can see the week as a whole and then use that to plan our grocery list. It encourages you to build meals off of items you already have and to prep different things for your meals ahead of time, which was a great help for me this past week – I easily prepped dinner while the kids napped! By setting my grocery list directly based on the meals I would be making, I know I was able to save myself money by staying on track and not tossing things into my cart that wouldn’t end up being used!" - Hayley Navey, A Beautiful Exchange Blog

"My most helpful part? Step four: What do you need to make ahead? Because evidence would suggest that every single Thursday morning I will be surprised that my kids need lunch and snack. Every. Single. Week. Having a plan for things that needed to be prepped was a lifesaver." - Kaylie Hodges, www.kayliehodges.com

 

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