I’ve been talking a lot lately about the Whole30, which makes sense. When you’re on the Whole30 your life pretty much revolves around your meals… planning, prepping, cooking, cleaning up… this coming from a FOOD BLOGGER and already plans, preps, cooks and cleans more than the average person… oy vey. (If you haven’t heard ofClick to Continue »
Hey ALDI lovers, looking for a meal plan that lets you shop ONLY at your favorite store? Look no further – this one week $50 ALDI meal plan has you taken care of! Ever since we moved to Georgia, shopping at ALDI has done wonders for my grocery budget. It’s no secret that I shopClick to Continue »
It’s funny how cooking in the summer means finding ways to NOT heat up the kitchen, but cooking in the winter means using the oven as a source of heat! Thankfully, this meal plan filled with tons of whole foods meal ideas will fill your bellies and keep your feet warm too!
While most people have their eyes on a turkey, I’ve got my eyes on all the other days this month when my family needs to eat. Warm, comforting meals that are super cheap and super easy, like garlic white bean soup are right up my alley when all signs point to shopping and stress and cookingClick to Continue »
If you haven’t cozied up under blankets with a cup of homemade hot chocolate yet this month, I assure you – your time is coming. The leaves on our trees are turning, mornings are cool and crisp and I wore jeans for the first time in six months. PANTS you guys. This is the officialClick to Continue »
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a plan in place, a healthy food meal plan that will fill tummies, nourish bodies and not cause your bank account to go in the negative at the same time? Look no further, because with meals like 15 minute stove-top spaghetti (using fresh, in-season tomatoes), lentil macaroni and cheeseClick to Continue »
“I don’t need a meal plan to save money” <– said no one ever. And if by some slim chance those words did slip out of someone’s mouth, they were lying. They might not make a monthly meal plan. There might not be a weekly meal plan. Maybe there isn’t even a daily meal plan. ButClick to Continue »
It’s time. July is the month where the best produce of the year collides and overwhelms you as you browse the market or grocery circulars. It’s when the last of the spring asparagus and peas sit next to the first tomato caprese salad of the season. Meanwhile, your garden is officially drowning in zucchini andClick to Continue »