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If you haven't already, use the code FALL at checkout to save 30% on Eat at Home Menu Plans: I made the Eat at Home September Slow Cooker Freezer Meals today, and will make the traditional meal plans all next week from September 17th! And, if you sign up for the ANNUAL PLAN TODAY you'll be included in our PPP Private Eat at Home Group. I'm excited for you!
Back to School Fast-Batch Cooking Challenge!
I am loving this week's Eat at Home Challenge!
I made the Lemon Pepper Chicken & Veggies from the Traditional Week of 9/17 recipes, and it is soooo stinkin' good. (Because I made it ahead of time this morning, I tasted a bit at lunch today!) 🙂
If you feel like a hot mess express in the kitchen, I soooo hope you'll consider joining me.
I know just how hard it is to come up with a new menu plan, grocery list, and then grocery shopping when your to-do list is nuts (and you just don't even want to start because you're flat-out exhausted.)
That's why I can hardly wait for you to join the Eat at Home Menu Plans with me, because I've felt like a hot mess express in the kitchen too, but my friend Tiffany has made my life sooo much easier with these menu plans.
Here's exactly how I prep my meals for the entire week in under 15 minutes (less time than it takes to swing through Chick-Fil-A!)
- I go to the Eat at Home website and pick which set of recipes I want to use (you can choose from the traditional menu plan, whole foods menu plan, slow cooker menu plan or no sugar no flour plan each week ~ I really like the slow cooker meals, have loved the traditional meals this week, and love the whole foods option too!)
- I mark off what I already have at home in my pantry fridge and freezer from the super-easy list Tiffany has already created for me.
- I create my grocery pick up order via Walmart Grocery Pickup or Kroger Clicklist
- I pick up my groceries, then make dinner every night of the week.
I skip the drive-thru, my family gets well balanced meals at home, and I save hundreds of dollars each month eating at a restaurant or throwing away food because I didn't have a plan in place.
The cost of the Eat at Home Menu Plans goes up TONIGHT, so you have just a few hours left.
Get them for as low as $1.13 per week when you use the code FALL at checkout (which saves 30% ~ the lowest price we'll see for awhile!!) And, I'll send you my FREE Lunchbox List + Printable Freezer Labels for this month when you sign up too.
(What I love most about Eat at Home Menu Plans? I buy only what I NEED at the grocery store, so I spend wayyyy less money on groceries, and my fridge isn't overloaded at the end of the week with food we didn't even eat. I HATE throwing away food, so having exactly what I need with a perfect menu plan in place is soooo worth $1.13 per week for me ~ I save that back and so much more!)
Leave a comment if you have any questions at all. I'm happy to help!
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