I know, you have heard it before, “easy weeknight meals, dinner in 30 minutes or less, quick cooking, meal planning” whatever you want to call it. You are not the only one that struggles to get dinner on the table. There are so many resources out there to “help” but so many of them fall short from providing sustainable results for the average busy individual. I get it, and after having a child I realized even more the struggle and need for quality foods and value of family mealtime. I have put together my top secrets to mealtime success. The tools you really need to simply create consistent quality mealtimes. What I have found is there is not just one way to get a meal on the able and each night may look different depending on a variety of factors like time, energy, mood, and on hand ingredients. There are several ways to make your life easier and healthier. I share the best of the best in this class. Practical ways to get real food on the table without losing your sanity.
Join me at Blooma in Minneapolis
Meals Made Easy
September 23rd, 1pm
A happy family starts in the kitchen. Eating a nutritious meal promotes healthy growth for children and can help you feel your best. Being a mom with young children only makes it more difficult to plan and cook. Learn simple strategies to make mealtime easier so you can get dinner on the table quickly, saving you time, money, and sanity while bringing the family together.
By attending this session you will take away:
- Simple, practical techniques to make mealtime easier.
- Maximize your efficiency in the kitchen.
- New ideas and recipes for make ahead freezer meals.
- Time saving methods for packaging and storing food so dinner is ready when you need it.
- Money saving tools that keep you organized so food is not going to waste.
This is a presentation style class if you are interested in a cooking demonstration and tasting class join Eat Well For Less on September 30th.