Planning to Stock Up Your Kitchen
Meal planning is one of those areas where I want to share encouragement in your role as a wife, mom and homeschooler. As moms and wives we generally have to plan 21 meals every week, plus snacks, desserts and sometimes we even entertain.
To help you in your planning efforts I’m sharing some free meal planning printables but I also want to share with you some supplies to help you build your own planner.
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If you’ve been following this 10 day meal planning series you have seen that my method of meal planning consists of keeping a well stocked kitchen, then making choices daily based upon what I have on hand.
Download Your Meal Planning Printables Here
Perhaps that’s not the way you plan. I came up with some meal planning printables which might help you as you plan thinking about stocking your kitchen for the first time. My planning pages include a Food Supply Planner, Monthly Meal Planner, Weekly Meal Planner and Daily Planning Schedule. You can download them for FREE here:
10 Days of Meal Planning at Great Peace Academy
- Day 1 Grocery Shopping with Pantry in Mind
- Day 2 Keeping a, Well Stocked Pantry
- Day 3 How I Stock up with Canning
- Day 4 Freezing for Keeping
- Day 5 Working with What You Have
- Day 6 Meal Planning Printables
- Day 7 My Favorite Recipes
- Day 8 Cooking for a Small Family
- Day 9 My Go To Meals
- Day 10 Repurpose Leftovers
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