I can't say it enough. Prepping ahead for lunch will reduce your stress level during the week and, if you choose well, will make your belly happy. Fuel your mind, body and soul with a little planning ahead.
I love it when recipes come together in 15 minutes or less. This is one of my favorites. Check out how I customized it for each family member. I ate the recipe as is, my hubby added a sweet potato and the kid ate veggies picked by her own hands from out garden. Everyone enjoyed a side of bone broth to drink!
This past week, this recipe was on our membership meal plan and I have to tell you that I have received emails, FB messages and texts telling me how awesome this recipe is. Since the response was so amazing, I just had to share with it with all of you.
Full-time working parent who is obsessed with figuring out how to get the best value out of the limited 24 hours in a day. This is me. But, this is also a whole lot of other people. It may even be you. I love to cook, but it hasn't yet turned into my full-time job. So in the meantime, I meal plan like crazy to ensure that our family eats well most of the time and I don't spend hours everyday in the kitchen. It can be a challenge, but it is one that I love and want to help others face head on. So, even if this, or one of my other posts, helps one person eat just a little bit better, I'm thrilled.
Do you sometimes feel like you just spent an entire week cooking for your family and now a new week is beginning and you need to start all over again? Story of my life #thestruggleisreal. Being the only one in my family contributing to meals prepared at home, I feel some stress to get everything organized to minimize my time in the kitchen and maximize quality time with my family. It seems reasonable that I'm not alone in that, right?