We LOVE this book @lisa Choe Simple. Super smart, delish ideas for families + an allergy-free chart ~Weelicious Lunches by Catherine McCord
Recipe for Organization Have a pile of cookbooks gathering dust? Scan and print the one or two recipes you use the most often, then donate the book. Same goes for recipes in magazines. Tear out the relevant pages, then recycle the rest. Put the pages into clear plastic pockets in a three-ring binder. You've just made yourself a customized cookbook with plenty of room to grow.
favorite recipes condensed into one binder with plastic (or laminated) pages - so smart!
Such a good idea for healthy and busy lifestyles. Great blog
Prep Once, Eat Healthy All Week! includes shopping list and recipes.
25 Make Ahead Back to School Breakfast Ideas
Admit it, you probably have too many recipe cards, receipts and documents flying around the house. This iPad scanner helps you to finally get rid of the paper piles. Access and view your recipes/documents straight from the screen! No smudgy kitchen papers!
Dump chicken. Tons of recipes! One trip to the store for chicken, a handful of plastic bags, ingredients from the fridge and cupboards, and 15 minutes... 7 nights of dinners!
Freeze foods flat in freezer bags for easier storage.
Healthy Snack bin in the Pantry - pre-portioned items!