Long days, long commutes and after school activities can create mealtime chaos. Later meals usually leads to later bedtimes, tired kids and cranky parents. Meal planning is a great way to save time at the end of the day, but don’t forget about using your leftovers wisely. It’s winter here in Toronto and that means I’m gravitating towards warm and hearty one-dish meals. I’m sharing another go-to 3 Night Meal Plan using pork tenderloin leftovers that relies on very little prep and very few ingredients.
With the cooler temperatures we have been experiencing in Ontario lately I’m all over “comfort food” recipes. I never liked chill as a kid (or even in my 20’s and early 30’s if I’m being honest), but I’ve been experimenting over the last couple of years with some variations. I’ve finally assembled the perfect kid friendly chili recipe for our family. It’s got just enough kick to make the adults happy, but mild enough that our kids enjoy it as well.
Long days, long commutes and after school activities can create mealtime chaos. Meal planning is a great way to save time at the end of the day, but so is using your leftovers wisely. I’m sharing my go-to 3 Night Meal Plan using leftovers that relies on very little preparation and very few ingredients.
For as long as I can remember, Halloween has meant one thing when it comes to supper time: grilled cheese and tomato soup. And while it’s still a favourite combination in our house, I wanted to focus on a healthier (and a little more festive) variation this year. My spooky supper recipe for Halloween is kid approved too!
I am a huge fan of food. I’m also a fan of planning out our family meals and ensuring that we avoid foods that could impact the quality of our sleep. With two growing boys in the house, it’s also important for me to include snacks in my meal planning process. My family is currently addicted to this super simple, nut free granola bar recipe.