You're tired. You're hungry. No, make that hangry.
You want to eat, but you don't know what to make.
You're overwhelmed when you look in the fridge and the cupboard.
You know there's food there, but you just don't know where to start in pulling together a meal.
You just need someone to tell you what to make.
It's not like you can't figure it out yourself. You can. Absolutely.
But sometimes, delegation is the key to success.
Why not let someone else do the meal planning,
so you can get on with more important things?
You might think you need to do it all.
But you don't.
Winning in the kitchen means you use the resources at your disposal to the best of your ability. And if one of those resources is a weekly meal plan already done for you, then
why not make the most of it?!
The Kitchen Winner Meal Plans cover all your bases when it comes to meal planning. Each week you'll receive a digital file with:
or subscribe for $12/month
I save so much time and money when I'm using a pre-made Kitchen Winner Meal Plan. I love the feature of having the grocery list for all my dinners in one place; it makes it so much quicker to prepare for grocery shopping. All ingredients get used up between meals so I'm not wasting what I buy! I love having the prep list right there so if I do get time to work on meal prep I don't have to think what I should do first. This was a lifesaver when my morning sickness was really bad. The meal plans save both time and money and have made eating at home so much easier for our family.
It was hard to convince myself that it's okay to pay for help with something that I technically know how to do on my own, but I realize that even reasonably competent meal planners need help out of a rut sometimes. As a result of using the Kitchen Winner Meal Plans, I've gotten better at planning our meals, even on the weeks that I opt not to use a plan!
My favorite part is the prep tips. I've rearranged my grocery day so that I can spend Saturday morning getting everything ready for the coming week. I also like the side dish suggestions, the planning to make best use of groceries, and the nudge to try recipes I might have otherwise overlooked.
I was worried that the meal plans wouldn't suit my tastes or diet, but I discovered a lot of great new recipes! The Chicken Noodle Soup has earned its place as a permanent recipe.
I really like how the ingredients in the shopping list are annotated with the corresponding recipe. That's super helpful if, for some reason, I decide not to cook a particular meal. I haven't made a meal yet that was a dud. The recipes are tasty, easy to prepare, and relatively inexpensive.
I love that it's a ready-made meal plan. It's wonderful to know with minimum fuss what's for dinner!