31 Ways to Save Time in the Kitchen

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Wondering how you can save time in the kitchen? Check out the last month of Kitchen Time Savers.

31 Ways to Save Time in the Kitchen | Life as MOM

This was the month to save time in the kitchen. I love to cook, but I love to be with my people more. And have meals on time.

And sometimes a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do: Take some short cuts to save time for more important things.

I confess. I lost a little steam at the end of this 31 Days of Kitchen Time Savers. I blame a bad back.

In case you missed one, here are some of my favorite ways to save time in the kitchen.

Kitchen Time Savers

  1. Plan Your Meals
  2. Use a Countertop Trash Receptacle
  3. Simplify Your Meals
  4. Three Handy Tools for the Kitchen
  5. Use Spice Blends
  6. Make a Reusable Grocery List
  7. Keep Your Fridge Clean
  8. Do Freezer Cooking
  9. Make a Salad Bar
  10. Make Quick Fix Meals
  11. Shop at One Store
  12. Clean the Kitchen before You Go to Bed
  13. Slow Cooking Saves Time
  14. Clean as You Go
  15. Make Dinner in the Morning
  16. Get the Morning Beverages Ready the Night Before
  17. Serve a Breakfast Bar to Save Time
  18. Label the Pantry Shelves to Save Time
  19. Use Sharp Knives
  20. Prep Veggies for the Week
  21. Make Breakfast Ahead of Time
  22. Make It a Sandwich Night
  23. Use the Big Pot
  24. Set up Your Cooking Space
  25. Get Some Help
  26. Dejunk the Kitchen
  27. Build Your Meals from Like Ingredients
  28. Have a Back-Up Plan
  29. Buy It If It’s Better Already Made
  30. Make Lunch ahead of Time
  31. Buy Things Prepped
About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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