1. #3 – Leslie Cole“All I can say about this is WOW!!!!! I have 3 young boys at home and I am constantly struggling for something healthy and nutritious, yet also delicious, that all 5 of us will eat. This would really help me stress less and spend more time loving on my family.”
2. #24 – Katie Lou“LOVE your blog! With kids with multipile food allergies out mealtime for sure takes some major planning!”
3. #1 – Mollie“Hey Gypsy! I don’t think that I’ve been to your blog before today, and I definitely didn’t know that we have so many common interests…
I would use this resource so much. My mom and I combine forces to plan and make the meals for 8 people, and we eat at home nearly every meal. We’re already doing pretty good, but the routine gets stale and this would be such nice way to get us going again!”
I will be contacting the winners shortly by email to discuss your prize. Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to those who participated!
If you are interested in more about receiving a copy of your very own “200 Weeknight Dinners” eBook or the online meal planning system head on over to Menu In A Box.
PS: I know there was/is an issue with the correct time & date stamp on comments. As of 9pm when I checked comments last night, most all comments were posted and were showing as 5/26 AM times. I plan to fix this issue before the next giveaway so there are no questions/mishaps.
How many times a week do you ask yourself, What’s For Dinner? How much time a week are you planning out your family’s dinner meals, shopping lists and grocery shopping?
A lot! I know that I was spending more time than I wanted to in planning for our meals – probably just as much time or more as I did in cooking & eating them! Then a few months ago, I came across Menu In A Box. I won a free one year membership to the site by simply entering a giveaway on the blog. I was thrilled at the thought of it and trust me, it’s came in handy!
My favorite part of the membership was actually the free gift that came along with it, an e-book. Menu In a Box 200 Weeknight Dinners Budget & Family Friendly includes 40 weeks of meals along with shopping lists. All organized and ready to print for shopping and preparing your meals! You could add one night of leftovers and one night as a take-out or go out to eat and print a page from this ebook and you have an entire week planned in seconds!
Example of How to use 200 Weeknight Meals
If your family is easy to please in the meal department, you could print the lists off and use them in the order that they are. Everything, and I do mean everything, sounds great! I, however, have one child that eats everything in sight and one that is allergic to eggs as well as has some sensory issues (picky about way certain foods feel and/or look in his hands and/or mouth). While he seems to be doing a bit better lately with those sensory issues, I do usually have to make sure I have something else on hand that is most likely microwavable or quick to throw together like a sandwich. As there are 40 weeks to choose from, I have been known to skip through a few of them and print out ones in which everyone in the household is more likely to eat all or close to all the meals from that week. And others I have used a blank printable meal planner of my own and created the shopping list for a few of the meals from the e-book and a few of my own recipes. Since my children are toddler/preschool age, I’m sure they will out grow the picky stage and I’ll have more opportunity to use each and every one of the recipes!
Advantages of 200 Weeknight Dinners
Now here’s your chance to get a copy!
3 of my lucky readers will win a copy of 200 Weeknight Dinners!
Contest starts today May 20 and ends May 25 at 11PM EST
To enter this giveaway, Leave a comment below and tell us how this could help your household’s weeknight meal planning. For an extra entry (must have done the above first), Follow myself @LifeAsMama and Ruthie of Menu In A Box at @MenuInABox . Tweet out the following, then comment below that you did so.
Win a Free E-Book, @MenuInABox’s 200 Weeknight Dinners | Enter: http://bit.ly/7JYiOT | via @LifeAsMama #MealPlanner #Giveaway
I recently posted about the Alphabet Animal Special they had over at Little Nummies. I had an idea to use it as a homeschooling tool since they posted links to free printables, facts and videos relating to the animal.
I was searching today for cupcake ideas for my daughter’s birthday. I came across Family Magazine’s Cupcake Alphabet. These could be used to go along with the letter used with the Alphabet Animal Special. I will share my full plan for my 3 year old son really soon so that anyone interested could use it as well.