A Recipe to Save Your Sanity

A Recipe to Save Your Sanity

Our new book The School Year Survival Cookbook is out now! If you want to know more about what’s inside then here’s a quick rundown of how it will make your life easier and, of course, more delicious.

The School Year Survival Cookbook is full of easy, healthy recipes (tk to be exact) that are family friendly, but we also packed this book with the strategies. We understand that the “how to make it happen” is as important as the “what do I cook”. In addition to great recipes like Blueberry French Toast Muffins, Broccoli and Cheese Patties, Slow Cooker Butter Chicken, Hawaiian Pizza Muffins (excerpted here) and School Safe Chocolate Snack Balls (excerpted here). We also have exclusive additional strategies, recipes and how-tos on our YouTube.

We walk you through 10 game-changing strategies like:

Setting up Your Pantry for Success
Gearing Up with the Right Equipment
How to Meal Plan
How to Make a Brainy Breakfast
How to Be a Lunch Ninja
Outside the Box Ideas for Your Lunch Sides
Batch Cook Your Way to Sanity
What the &@$ to do with Leftovers
How to Nourish Active Kids
Smarten Up Those Snacks

Also inside:

  • Get Ahead. All our dinners  have “Get Ahead” directions that identify the steps in the method you can do ahead of the meal to make the recipe come together faster on the night you make it for supper. That’s right. We help you make it hit the table even faster!
  • The Transformer Meals. Super yield proteins that give you leftovers for another nights dinner. And because no one wants to eat leftovers (whats up with that, anyway?!) we give you two additional recipes that transform that protein into a brand new meal no one will recognize as last nights dinner.

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