We all have those stages of life that we go into survival mode; having a baby, work during the week, getting sick etc. Eating out is fun, but there is nothing that compares to a homemade meal, especially when things are hectic around us. Yeah the food tastes great, but there’s something about it that helps us ground ourselves, kind of touch home base for a bit. I’ve found a great article that has some awesome recipes you can freeze and they’re very inexpensive.
This woman is preparing to have a baby, we all know that’s a time when we get into survival mode, so whether you’re having a baby, leaving town and leaving the kids home, or just preparing for the week, these recipes are great and they don’t take a lot of time.
I’ve been so excited to share my meal prep with you! Last month I went on a rampage of mass prepping before Taylor arrived. Along with deep cleaning and organizing every square inch of the house, I also did some meal prep. Warning: addicting! I’m slightly obsessed with this and am definitely going to make another set of meals before I head back to work in a few weeks.
I made a total of 14 bagged meals, each meal consists of four individual servings, which comes out to 56 individual servings total. One individual serving feeds one person, so 56 servings= 56 meals! Each meal cost exactly $2.67 at that rate. Not too shabby! With the help of my friend, we were able to prepare all of the meals in two hours! I was pretty excited about the whole ordeal. Here’s how I did it…