Traditional Meal Plans
Dinner can be rough sometimes, do you ever feel this way? The great thing is there are so many Easy Dinner Solutions with Meal Plans! Over the past many years, I have always enjoyed following along with Tiffany from Eat at Home Cooks.
Looking for only Freezer Cooking? Scroll on down for that!
These are affiliate links, I am however genuinely excited to share this with you. I think it’s a great fit for those that use the recipes on Mommy Hates Cooking too.
Over the past few years, she started to offer Meal Plans Subscriptions, that are perfect for those needing meals each week without having to look up recipes or build a grocery list.
I am actually pretty anxious to start using these myself too. It is a bit tricky since I have to do my own recipes a lot too; however, I have so many evenings too where I would love to try other recipes outside of my own too for my family. There are just so many fabulous recipes out there and sometimes it’s easy to get stuck in the rut of your own recipes all the time.
I have signed up though and am ready to get some new recipes hitting our table this upcoming week!
What I love about the plans she offers, is that if you like the recipes I share, then you will love hers too. She does quick, simple recipes with basic ingredients as well. They are super tasty and family friendly!
That leads me to her great Meal Plans.
- Traditional Plan
- Wholesome Traditional Plan
- Slow Cooker Plan
- No Sugar No Flour Plan
There are 4 great options, likely you’ll find exactly what you are looking for there. What’s so great about it?
With your membership, you actually get access to all FOUR menu plans! That’s right, you have access to all of it. She even does Instant Pot Recipes too, you can sign up now for that one for FREE.
I’m thinking of doing a challenge soon too and see how many of us can eat at home for dinner for 15 days in a ROW! Think you can do it?! Think of all the money you could save too!
- 15 Minute Meals for those SUPER busy nights
- Traditional, Slow Cooker & Wholesome Traditional plans – you get access to ALL four plans!
- Access to the entire month at once so you can plan ahead and shop minimize your shopping trips!
- Small family (3-4 servings) and large family (6-8 servings) plan sizes lets you avoid waste (or cook for leftovers!)
- 1 Hour Freezer Stash Plans – a new plan each month to stock your freezer with 6 meals in 1 hour for the ultimate in time-saving meal prep
- Color-coded grocery lists make it easy to swap out ingredients or whole meals
- Printable recipes for easy cooking
- Printable menus to hang on the fridge or near your calendar, so you (and your family) can easily see what’s for dinner
- Instant pot instructions included for many meals in each of our plans!
She also has a full refund policy if you aren’t satisfied, so you are covered!
I am anxious to get started and expand my dinner options too, are you?
Plan to Eat:
One of my favorite menu planning services is Plan to Eat. I am currently building menu plans there that you can friend me at MommyHatesCooking, then once you are my friend on Plan to Eat, you can see all the menus and instantly create your grocery shopping list too.
It’s wonderful and time saving!
They offer a FREE 30 Day Trial, be sure to CLICK HERE to join. Remember I am an affiliate with them, but they are wonderful and you will really enjoy this service, plus it’s free to try it out!
If you would like to find out more on Plan to Eat, check out my past post on there here. Remember to friend me to see the menu plans, MommyHatesCooking!
Freezer Cooking Meal Plans
If you are in need of strictly FREEZER COOKING meal plans, this is absolutely for you!
What is freezer cooking?
This means that you would take just 1 day, that’s right, 1 day a month. On that one day a month, you would cook the entire month of meals or prep them depending on the recipe and freeze them.
That means that each day, dinner is already prepped and ready to go, it’s simply a heat and serve method.
How does freezer cooking help you?
Honestly, how does it not help you? When we were pregnant with our 2nd child, I knew that there was no way that I was going to be able to keep up with the cooking, working, and our oldest child, so we had a freezer cooking day.
I planned out the entire first 3 months of meals that included breakfast and a variety of main dish meals. My husband and I spent 8 hours in 1 day and we prepped and cooked every single meal.
We kept them all in the freezer and had a meal for every single day over the course of those 3 months. It literally SAVED us! I didn’t cook hardly at all those months and we always had dinner ready.
I highly suggest doing it for just 1 month at a time, it’s a bit overwhelming when you do 3, plus with 1 month you get the most fresh flavor out of the meals.
How does Once a Month Meals fit?
I had to plan out those 3 months of meals, plus write out all the grocery list. With the Once a Month Meals Subscription, that’s done for you! The meals, grocery list, everything is ready.
That means you can just quickly order your groceries for pickup at Walmart and then get to cooking just ONE time a month!
Does Once a Month Meals fit dietary needs?
YES! There are a variety of plans to choose from.
Here is the offerings of menu plans:
- Gluten Free, Dairy Free Menu Plan
- Real Food Menu Plan
- Traditional Menu Plan
- Paleo Menu Plan
- Vegetarian Menu Plan
That’s right, they have it all covered!
Be sure to head on over to Once a Month Meals now for your Freezer Cooking plans!