in 4 hours. I take a full day, sometimes half of another, to work my butt off in the kitchen producing enough dinners, lunches, and breakfasts for two weeks. Most recipes do not get duplicated because I don’t want to be eating the same thing over and over. We are eating homemade, box and can free foods that taste amazing, look amazing, and are well balanced. The kids are eating homemade snacks instead of boxed stuff, and their lunches are fun and creative! Oh yeah, I’ve also cut my food budget in half! Everyone is winning!
of each cracker and placed them in a box at the top of the pantry. Now I KNOW that I will have crunchy snacky items for the whole two weeks. I did the same with cutting carrot, celery, and cucumber sticks. I also have some very fun main course items planned for the kids. I’m finally becoming the mother I’ve always dreamt of being! Woot Woot! (Throwing my hands in the air like I just don’t care)
Freezer Steel-Cut Oatmeal in Slow Cooker is a fantastic recipe for making steel-cut oatmeal. With the winter months ahead and the weather starting to get colder, you might want to start stocking your freezer with this fantastic oatmeal recipe