- Wake up, breakfast on-the-go, out the door
- Work all day, pick up kids, throw in a load of laundry, race to kid activities
- No time to cook
- Drive-thru dinner
- Guilt sets in, you regret blowing money and you promise yourself you’ll do better next week
- You tell yourself you WILL starting cooking at home! Tomorrow will be better...
Listen, I get it….
Balancing work, kids, family, relationships, home, activities AND MEALS can be utterly exhausting. And of course you want the absolute best for your family - that’s why you work so hard!
But never before in history have women had SO much responsibility.
So how do you manage it all?
Right out of the gate I want to tell you that there’s no easy answer for keeping all those balls in the air. But I do have a way to take a huge portion off of your way too full plate.
From knife to table, start to finish, everyone eating at the table in
15 minutes... so the only fast food that’ll be happening-
is in your kitchen.
- I’ll show you how to make 6 (good for you & practical) meals in 1 hour
- I’m going to teach you how to be a fast and efficient home cook
- I’ll show you how to make affordable, easy, NORMAL meals (that husband and the kids will eat)
- I’ll show you how you my secret “Hands-Off Method” to prepare meals ahead of time, learn the art of freezer meals and slow cooking
- I’ll show you how the magic of Speed Grocery Shopping
- You’re going to feel better with less stress & more time for family
That’s not what this is about
- Normal food that’s quick and easy to prepare
- Familiar food that people will want to eat (no use of ingredients you have to Google)
- To make ONE meal for their family per night (instead of one meal per person)
- To never have to ask their kids to take “one more bite”
- A game plan, done-for-you roadmap to planning all your meals
- To lay their head down at night and know your family is full, happy and healthy
There’s no magic secret-it’s just a system, plain and simple.
(click each icon for details)
but it’s not just about yummy tasting food.
…going to a soccer game and enjoying yourself without feeling stressed
…taking a walk after dinner with the kids
...going to bed happy and full
- You can’t keep running yourself ragged trying to throw meals together last minute
- Your bank account can’t take the hits from eating junk all the time (at least mine can’t)
- You used to have more time with your loved ones…remember that?
But that’s not working.
Imagine if it could be super easy...
- All your meals are planned
- The fridge is full
- You only need 15 min to make your meal (or less with my “Hands-Off Method”)
- The kids aren’t complaining about your food
- Your bank account looks…fuller
- You actually have time to spend with the people you love
Choose Your Plan + Print Your Shopping List + Cook Your Meals
- Two “15 Minute Meals” for those SUPER busy nights
- Traditional, Slow Cooker & Whole Foods plans - you get ALL three plans!
- Grocery lists
- Printable recipes
- Printable Menus to hang on the fridge or near your calendar, so you can easily see what’s for dinner that week and your family can too
- One week of Slow Cooker Freezer meals each month–cook - 6 meals in 1 hour!
- Small family (3-4 servings) and large family (6-8 servings) plan sizes
- No need to wait - you get access to the entire month at once!
- Color-coded grocery lists make it easy to swap out ingredients or whole meals
Two of our four kids are grown (our oldest is married, so we’ve also added a son-in-law to the family) and we’re still raising the younger two.
I’ve been cooking for my family for over 25 years. I learned to cook after getting married. I’ve fed babies, cooked with toddlers underfoot, worked through the inevitable picky eater issues, learned to get dinner ready while juggling sports teams, dance practice, homeschool and work.
I’ve learned to increase the amount of food I prepare to meet the needs of a growing family and hungry teenage boys.
These days, I usually cook for four or five of us, but there can be as few as two or as many as seven or eight people at the table. We also have to eat in shifts at times, depending on how everyone’s schedule falls.
Eat at Home Weekly Meal Plans bring everything I’ve learned over the years together in one helpful resource. I use the menus and grocery lists included in my meal plans to cook for my own family, because it really is the easiest way for me to get dinner on the table.
Founder of Eat at Home Cooks