Even though I’m a terrible at meal planning, I’ve learned–and successfully applied–a few good habits in all my ill-fated attempts.
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Toss a few of these items onto your grocery list and you’ll have healthy snack options for you and your family all week long.
I hated leftovers as a kid. They looked nothing like the previous night’s dinner; I think it was the pale colored food and solidified fat.
Making multiple meals had been my life for awhile, and I finally decided to do something about it-I needed to UNDO the bad eating habits of my kids.
I like to food prep. Not only does it help my family and I to eat healthy meals, but also I spend less at the grocery store and there is tons less stress.
Nothing makes me more likely to lose it after a long day than the question, “What’s for supper?”. Meal planning has revolutionized the way I handle this.
Preparing three square meals per day is one of my least favorite things about being a mom. If you dislike meal planning and cooking too, here are some tips.
After some research, I chose to go on the Whole30 journey. I learned a few things about myself and nutrition throughout the process.
In less than 2 hours at Hy-Vee, you can create entrees to prepare home cooked meals for your family with DISH: Dinner is Served at Hy-Vee. With delicious entrees to plan the week around, it is easy to bring the family back to the table!
October 28th Meal Preparation Menu:
Italian Wedding Soup
Turkey and Black Bean Chili
Cranberry Chicken and Green Beans
Honey Dijon Pork
*Each meal serves four to six individuals*
•Provide a wide range of enjoyable recipes
•Do all of the shopping
•Have employees on hand to assist you with any questions
•Do all the dishes and even take out the trash
•Choose a convenient time from the scheduled dates
•Assemble a variety of healthy meals
•Leave the mess behind
•Take home multiple entrees to make the month easier (please bring a resusable shopping bag or a cooler to bring your delicious meals home in!)
We shop. You cook. We clean.