Here we are, five days into the new year. How are your resolutions or goals going so far?
Still trying to save money, eat healthier and be more organized?
I think the Ultimate Healthy Meal Planning Bundle is a tool that will help you knock out all three resolutions :-).
I’m especially loving the Instant Pot and Slow Cooker ebooks. Since I’ve recently gotten over my fear of blowing the house up with my Instant Pot, many of the recipes have been added to my menu plan! The bundle just has so many great nuggets. Everything from Budget meals to freezer cooking to gluten-free to vegan. I’ll be referencing this all the time if the last week since I’ve purchased it is any indication.
But the sale ends tonight…
The beauty of this bundle is that you can choose the mini-bundle of meal plans and recipes that matches the way your family eats.
-OR- you can get the best value by picking up the entire bundle of ALL the meal plans and recipes for just $20 more (a discount of 96%!!!).
But don’t take too long to decide. Check it out here. This massive discount expires at midnight tonight!
P.S. Still feeling unsure? I love their 30-day happiness guarantee. Their customer service is great, and it means there’s really no risk in trying it out. ?
Want to see your favorite food bloggers in action in their own kitchens? (I know, me too!)
I’m so excited to tell you that you have a chance to get a behind-the-scenes peek into the kitchens and brilliant meal-planning minds of some top-tier food and health bloggers.
Tomorrow (January 3, 2018), you can join me for a Meal-Plan-Along where we’ll be invited into the kitchens of bloggers like:
- Wardee Harmon of Traditional Cooking School who will spill her time-saving secrets for using the slow cooker and pressure cooker to meal plan.
- Katie Kimball of Kitchen Stewardship who will talk about how meal planning can reduce your stress.
- Kresha Faber of Nourishing Joy who will share meal planning techniques for beginners.
- Susan Heid of The Confident Mom who will dish out tips for meal planning on a budget.
- Elise New of Frugal Farm Wife who will offer ideas for crafting a meal plan that’s allergy-friendly.
To spend 30 minutes with each blogger and get their best meal planning tips, just sign up for the FREE simulcast here.
Hope to see you there!
P.S. If you’re unable to join the live simulcast, there will be an encore presentation on Thursday, January 4 at 10am ET! Register for the encore here.
What if there was just one thing standing between you, a lower grocery bill and a healthier life?
I know it seems hard to believe but hear me out…
Healthy meals don’t just happen. (Wouldn’t that be nice!) You have to decide what you’re eating, make your list, buy the ingredients, and then prepare everything. And the domino that starts it all is knowing what you’re going to eat.
In other words, the path to a lower grocery bill and health begins with a plan.
Starting today, you can get your hands on ready-made meal plans for just the way you eat – complete with shopping lists and fresh recipes – for a ridiculously low price.
It’s called the Ultimate Healthy Meal Planning Bundle and here’s how it works:
It’s a complete meal planning solution made up of 10 mini-bundles.
Each bundle contains digital cookbooks, fresh meal ideas, and ready-made plans (and even grocery lists!). No matter how you eat, there’s a mini-bundle that’s perfect for you and there are two buying options:
Option 1: Pick up just one mini-bundle that works best for your life right now – quick & healthy, budget-friendly, Instant Pot & slow cooker OR diet-specific options like vegan, real food, paleo, keto, gluten-free… there’s one that’s right for you.
Option 2: For less than the price of two mini-bundles, get the ENTIRE package with over 3,000 recipes and 100 weeks of made-for-you meal plans, so you’ve got total control no matter how your food needs change.
You really can start saving money and get healthier, starting today.
Make those dominos fall and start your New Year right by picking up your copy of the Ultimate Healthy Meal Planning Bundle (or any of the mini-bundles) right here.
PS: Don’t forget about the annual 2017 Reader Survey!
Kelly from New Leaf Wellness has put together a list of 12 Healthy Freezer Crockpot Meals to Make in December! Her free download includes 13 printable recipes, a printable shopping list and a meal planning calendar.
Kelly from New Leaf Wellness put together a list of 31 Keto Crockpot Freezer Meals. Her free download includes 10 printable recipes and a printable shopping list.
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of meal planning (and think you should be too 😉 ). It puts deciding what to cook on autopilot all week long. No more last minute trips through the drive thru or slapping together a so-so meal that everyone will complain about anyways.
Jotting down your list of meals in a plain notebook or a scrap of paper is great, but did you know you can totally up your meal planning game? How? Well, with these 7 free printable weekly meal planners that will knock your socks off. I found some pretty amazing printables! All different kinds so there should be something to suit your specific needs.
Check them out and let me know which one is your favourite.
Free Printable Menu Planner
From Little Coconutty.
This one is great because it offers spaces for planning breakfast, lunch and dinner. Plus, there’s a spot to jot down your shopping list.
Sticky Note Meal Planner
From Planning Inspired
I love this one! The sticky notes make it so flexible and fun! Don’t want meatloaf on Thursday? Switch it with the Tacos!
Weekly Menu Planner
From Miss Information
I like this one for its simplicity. It would be great up on the fridge! It even includes a separate shopping list that would be helpful.
Weekly an Monthly Menu Planners
From I Heart Nap Time
I love the colours on this menu planner. Tons of room to plan each meal of the day. I even love that there’s a monthly menu planner included!
Coloring Weekly Menu Planner
From Artsy Fartsy Mama
Maybe meal planning is cathartic to you? Spend some extra time each week planning and coloring with this printable!
Laminated Meal Planner
From Where the Smiles Have Been
Now, this is a great idea! Use a dry erase marker to write out your menu for the whole week with this planner. Then, once the week is over, wipe it clear and start fresh for next week.
Visual Meal Planner
From Pennies and Pounds
I’m liking this unique twist on the usual weekly planner. It’s a visual planner that allows you to plan the main dish and side dishes. Neat!
Whether you’re new to meal planning or you’re just wanting to liven up the way you’re doing it, any one of these free printable meal planners will do the job perfectly.
Let me know what you think of these great meal planners!
Find this great menu planner pad made by Knock Knock over at Amazon.ca.