I have a very large family; there are 8 of us and sometimes when my daughter and her boyfriend come to eat thats two more people. I often feel like I cook for an army morning, noon and night. Before I started to learn to meal plan I would go grocery shopping a few times a week and we would sit down and pick each others brains asking what we wanted for dinner and as I am sure just like a normal american family for an hour we passed around “I don’t know”. Meal planning has became a very important part of our home for lunches and dinners. It saves us money on our grocery bill, helps us to plan together as a family, and even helps us plan our grocery trips. The best meal planning planner that I have used yet has been the one I have reviewed from Kahootie Co.
This handy meal planner is super convenient as it is spiral to keep from pages falling out and to look back at previous weeks meals. The two page-per-week design give your 1 full year of meal planning with plenty of writing space. Use the blank note pages to store your favorite recipes.
1 (52 weeks) of Meal Plans
16 pages (8 sheets) of Plain Note Pages
16 pages (8 sheets) of Price Tracker Pages (if you are a couponer like me, this page can come in handy also)
Spiral Bound, Durable Laminated Cover, Page Size 5.5 x 8.5
About (taken from website): THE CORE OF Kahootie Co. – We’re goal oriented and optimistic. We love saying yes; our calendars are packed and our to-do lists are overwhelmingly large. We recognize our time is valuable and there’s never enough of it. We juggle the demands of life and sometimes get a little overwhelmed trying to create order amongst the chaos. We love our busy lives, wouldn’t change a thing, but constantly strive for a better way to keep it organized when “It’s That Kinda Day”.
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