EDIT – How to Meal Plan: A Step by Step Guide for Busy Moms is now available on Amazon.com!
As a busy mom I am always looking for ways to make meal preparation a much easier task. While swinging through a drive through saves time it’s not how I want to feed my family.
I want a home cooked meal on the table almost every night, and I admit I’m the world’s worst when it comes to planning ahead. I end up making multiple trips to the grocery store a week to pick up something spur of the moment. Not only does this leave me scrambling to find something for dinner, but it takes a bigger bite out of our food budget, too. Sometimes just trying to figure out what to cook at the last minute can make me feel overwhelmed.
I just discovered the How to Meal Plan: A Step by Step Guide for Busy Moms by Crystal VanTassel, a meal plan book created as a step by step guide for busy moms, and I think this is just the book for me!
How To Meal Plan teaches you how to create a recipe criteria, how to create grocery lists, and how to implement your plan into your family’s meals. How to Meal Plan: A Step by Step Guide for Busy Momsalso includes many helpful resources such printable worksheets, easy recipes, and a list of sites where you can find other recipes to use. When the final page of the book is read the resources don’t end. There is also a How To Meal Plan Facebook community where members have come together to share their own meal planning tips, recipes, and more.
If you’re a busy parent who struggles with dinner time I encourage you to check out the How To Meal Plan ebook. I’m glad I did!
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Disclosure: I received a free ebook for review. All opinions are my own. Affiliate links are included in this post.
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