Want to have freezer meals that are ready to go but don’t have a plan? Or did you go grocery shopping and find good meat deals? How do you prep the protein for the freezer quickly?
25 no-cook freezer meals? Is this a joke? Too good to be true? No, this is exactly what happens when I run out of meat in my freezer and buy $250 (CAN) worth of protein in bulk.
Are you looking for a new Grocery Shopping Hack?? Heck, grocery prices right now are skyrocketing here in Canada. I used to spend under $200/week on groceries, and now I am averaging almost $300/week for our family of 6. What’s my new shopping hack? Well, it’s not new to me, but my little trick I try to do to save a few dollars.
Looking for quick and easy camping freezer meals? Look no further, I quickly pulled out 5 meals in less than 30 minutes to take to the lake for our family of 6. It doesn’t need to be hard, check the recipes out and comment below what is your favourite meal to take camping.
Now, what did I possibly buy on a whim? A bike, but not any bike, you guys it’s pretty cool!! I saw a post about these kids riding along with a bike but sitting down and all the work to move the bike was by pushing the pedals to the right and leftover and over. Sounds simple right? Why bother? Because it’s different, something new to try when everything is shut down for the children.
$100 Canadian plus 14 meals equal approximately $7 a meal. As a family of 6, it comes to $1.20 per person, all this work was done in about 2 – 3 hours while my toddlers napped. Curious as to what recipes I chose? Continue reading
Are you ready for the big one?? Got all your Christmas shopping done months ago? Are you so ahead of the game and ready to wrap all the gifts to put under the tree??
Well here I go, this is what I quickly pulled together for myself and I may be divulging what I may or may not buy for my family members. They will just have to pretend to be surprised!