5 Easy Weeknight Meals
Since when did feeding our families weeknight meals become so tough?
It seems like in a blink of an eye we went from freely moving about, hitting up the grocery store whenever we needed to, and never doubting the things we need the most–like toilet paper and ground beef–would always be readily available.
Need For Easy Meals
In the grocery store several weeks ago, I saw the hoarding begin.
People were loading their carts with boxes of ramen noodles, cases of chicken noodle soup, lots of soda and chips, and many rolls of toilet paper.
I get it.
That stuff lasts. The expiration date is forever far away unlike the fresh products. And, if we are going to be stuck in our homes with no way to get more food, we NEED stuff that lasts.
But I could barely resist the urge to stand on something tall and yell, “Hey people!! None of that stuff you are buying is going to help you fight off the flu!!”
Even today, several weeks after the onset of our social distancing, I can still find the produce aisle stuffed full everything nutritious, while the boxed goods/ramen noodles/canned soups aisles are like ghost towns.
(Speaking of ghost towns, have you ever wondered what it must have been like for the last person to leave the town?? No? Just me? lol)
But, if you aren’t used to cooking so much, you might not know exactly what weeknight meals to make.
Or, if the ideas had the first week and maybe even the second week have run their course…
You might need help.
We have a super useable resource for you for just $1.99!
Easy Weeknight Meals
This downloadable eBook of weeknight meals contains:
- 5 easy meals you can make this week for your family
- printable grocery shopping list
- meal prepping tips
Weeknight Meals included are:
These weeknight meals have been family favorites for us, and we are pretty sure your family will love them too!
You can get your copy HERE.