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Meal planning has been a huge trend recently and it’s a great way to jump start your healthy eating goals. All you need is a plan and a few Tupperware containers!
First, it’s a good idea to grab a pen and paper. Start by planning your meals one week at a time. This way, if you have a crazy week ahead, you can search for recipes that use your slow cooker or can be doubled for an easy and quick dinner. You can plan for things like your grocery budget or if you want to try some seasonal favorites! It’s also a great idea to have an idea of how many meals you’ll need to prep for. Try writing the days of the week along the left side of your paper and the meals you’re planning for across the top. Then you can tally how many meals you’ll need and head to the grocery store.
This easy template will help you to get started in creating your meal planning adventure. We love the separate list for your groceries and spaces to plan out your weekly meals.
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Now, for the fun part. Once you’ve established how many meals you want to pre-pack, you can start figuring out which recipes you’ll make for the week! We love going to websites like MyFitnessPal.com and Clean Eating for meal inspirations. Try rotating out your new recipes with old family favorites. That way, you can try something new and still have all the comfort foods you love.
You can also visit Farmview Market and try out our Crockpot Creations display. This display is full of fresh vegetables and locally sourced meats, along with a few crockpot recipes that you can try at home. It’s a fast and easy way to make a healthy meal and you’ll have plenty of leftovers to help you with your meal planning.
These are just the basics of course. But, hopefully, these tips have given you some insight into meal planning. Head down to Farmview Market and try out these simple and easy meal planning tips.
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