Do you want to provide wholesome, nourishing meals for yourself and your family but find yourself overwhelmed and disorganized in the kitchen?
Without a clear plan, it’s easy to fall into the trap of last-minute, unhealthy food choices. The result? Wasted money, wasted food, and compromised nutrition for you and your loved ones.
Save time and money by mastering the art of efficient grocery shopping and meal planning with this FREE workshop.
- …an organized pantry with all the staples you need to cook quick, wholesome meals.
- …a well-thought-out plan filled with your favorite seasonal recipes for the entire season.
- …a shopping list ready to grab and go, making grocery trips efficient and stress-free.
When my kids were small I longed for a simple solution to create healthy meals for us on a daily basis.
I often didn’t know what to cook, or if I tried cooking from recipe books I didn’t have the right ingredients at home.
So we usually ended up resorting to the same three meals or other less nutritious options like cereals for dinner.
But over time I discovered a way to easily plan our meals at the beginning of every season and make the best use of the produce available to us throughout the year.
I’m excited to share my experiences and process with you in this workshop, so you too can revolutionize your kitchen and create a nourishing environment for your family.
Discover how to make the most of your groceries, avoid food waste, and create a well-stocked pantry that supports your healthy eating goals.
We are going to walk through the planning process together. If you want you can come back here at the start of every season and get organized.
- First we are creating a seasonal meal plan for breakfast and dinner, and we’re going to look at lunch options too.
- Then we’ll think about recipe organization and write two shopping lists that you can use again and again.
- Finally you can get your pantry organized and ready for the season.
Here is what you will need:
- your favourite recipes or a book (for example from the library) with recipes you would like to try
- a printer to print out the printables (but don’t get stuck if your printer is out of ink – just grab a piece of scrap paper and use that)
- a pen or pencil