This week I am sharing a video with you of what meals I cooked for my family. I know how busy we are as moms and we don’t have a lot of time in our day to cook meals for our family. I’m sharing simple dinner ideas that don’t take a lot of time to make. If you can plan your meals ahead, even on busy days, then you’ll save your family money because you will be less likely to pick up dinner at a fast food restaurant, and you’ll end up running to the store less often. Check out the What’s for Dinner Video: A Week of Meal Ideas below.
If you can’t see my video, head over to my YouTube channel here.
And below are links to the recipes I made for my family in the video:
Day 1: Crock Pot Lasagna
Day 2: Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with 4-Ingredient Homemade Noodles
Day 3: Crock Pot Macaroni & Cheese
Day 4: Creamy Tomato Soup
Day 5: Chinese Tacos
Day 6: Crock Pot Chicken Enchiladas
Day 7: Leftovers
maribeth merton says
Enjoyed your informative video, but you seriously need to look at economic ways you could buy an Instant Pot. This pressure cooker will make every one of those meals you just made, but melds flavors together in minutes, even from frozen foods. You won’t believe how a soup with ten minutes of pressure tastes better than one that has cooked all day long. I have 3 crockpots, and used them all the time…until Instant Pot. I’m obviously a convert. Thanks for all your time and work educating us on saving pennies, saving dimes.
Lisa Park says
Thanks for your comment. Some day I would love to get an Instant Pot, but right now it’s just a wish list item. Maybe someday. In the meantime, I’ll just have to stick with my crock pot. 🙂