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A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans

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A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans (LIMITED TIME SPECIAL)

Serve a meal that you know the family loves tonight!

I love the little happy dance that my kids do when they hear that what’s on the menu is something they love. After all, I cook not just to keep them alive. I cook to love on them.

That’s what comfort foods are, in my book. Foods you love that bring smiles to the faces of the people you love.

Or humming. My kids hum when I serve them something they love. Hum and dance.

This Month of Meals is built around the concept of comfort foods. I’ve taken the traditional categories of comfort foods and brought some of my favorite recipes to the table. You’ll find old standards like pot pie and stew, but you’ll also find some dishes that might be new to you, like Samosa Cups or Burning Love Mashed Potatoes or Carnitas Tostadas.

And while the term comfort foods does signal carbs to many people, rest assured that there is plenty of fresh fruit and veg in this curation of favorite family-friendly recipes.

Whether these recipes are new to you or old family favorites, I promise they will bring comfort after a hard day and make you hum. Or at least smile. But not just that! This meal plan will help you save money and time!

Save money and time with a meal plan?

I’ve been curating meal plans for over two years now. And guess what customers are saying? They are saving money AND time. And you can, too. I recently surveyed past customers and here’s what they had to say:

A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans (LIMITED TIME SPECIAL)

When surveyed about the biggest challenge in meal planning, many people said they just didn’t have time to do it. No fear. The meal planning and grocery list making and figuring out the meal prepping has ALREADY BEEN DONE FOR YOU.

Grab the meal plan, print off the grocery list, and get on with your day.

What’s in A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans

Here’s what you’ll get in this month’s meal plan:

  • 30 menus that are easy as well as deliciously comforting
  • Four weeks of grocery lists
  • A month-long grocery list to help you to advantage of grocery sales so you can buy in advance and know that you’ll use those ingredients in a timely manner
  • Make-ahead tips and a prep list to make dinnertime easy-peasy
  • 30 main dish recipes included to give you easy access
  • Homemade alternative ideas so that you can save more money and avoid processed foods
  • Easy appetizers and desserts that make any night dinners special

The meal plan is available at the special price of $9 for only a limited time. That’s $2.25 a week to have someone else do the work for you. Heck! Hand the grocery list to your spouse and the prep list to an older child and you just might get off scott-free this month when it comes to cooking!

A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans (LIMITED TIME SPECIAL)

A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans (LIMITED TIME SPECIAL)

One of the things that I love about these meal plans is that they provide direction for what to buy and prepare, but there is still plenty of room for you to tailor each meal to suit your family’s tastes and dietary preferences.

Having a meal plan at the ready enables me to do several things:

  • avoid pricey (and often unhealthy) take-out
  • grocery shop quickly and easily
  • thaw frozen ingredients in a timely manner
  • prep ingredients in the morning or the day before when I have more time than right at dinner time
  • enlist family members to help with meal prep
  • save money because I am buying ingredients on purpose, not on impulse

You can, too, with this Month of Meals.

Get A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans now so you can get cooking tonight!

A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans (LIMITED TIME SPECIAL)

A Month of Comfort Foods Meal Plans (LIMITED TIME SPECIAL)

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  1. Are recipes included in the plan as well?

  2. I’m always interested in these but food allergies make me hesitate because I don’t want to waste my money. We have to eat dairy, sesame, and nut free. Do you have any plans that would work for us? Cheese is so hard to substitute well. I have never found a truly adequate replacement

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