Do you want to feed your family more wholesome meals made with REAL food this upcoming year?
Okay…how about saving your family some money at the grocery store?
Check and Check.
Let me tell you the secret.
One of the greatest gifts I ever gave to my mom (according to her) is weekly meal plans. I sent her my meal plan that I followed for the week along with a shopping list and all the recipes that I used for the week.
It was A LOT of work. And she loved it!
One day, I would love to create meal plans for each of you. However, I am not in a place where I am able to do that quite yet.
So in the meantime, I want to point you to a dear blogging friend of mine, Tiffany with Don’t Waste the Crumbs.
Tiffany shares the same passion as I do to feed her family wholesome meals on a budget. And she does it well and has a plan available for you to do it as well.
Now there are a lot of meal planning tools out there, so what makes this one different?
I have had a chance to preview Don’t Waste the Crumbs’ Meal Plan and I think they are great. Not only do they include only REAL food, they are user friendly. There are meals for busy days (hello, crock-pot), shopping tips, shopping lists, and use simple ingredients that are easy to find and pleasing to families. Oh and did I mention these meal plans are designed for a family of four on a budget of $350 a month!! Pretty incredible, huh?!
I have mentioned it before and I promise I will mention it again. If you want to be able to stretch your dollar and feed your family healthy meals on a budget, you must create a plan.
And if creating a meal plan yourself seems too overwhelming, I believe the meal plans Tiffany is providing is an excellent tool. Be sure to check out these great meal plans and at the very least, you will FREE tips on eating on a budget.