This printable meal planning cheat sheet is hands down the easiest way to meal plan! Rather than spending tons of time meal planning, take 5 minutes and plan using this easy chart. Featuring over 100+ healthy and easy combinations, planning dinner has never been so easy.
Printable Meal Planning Cheat Sheet
Marla’s Tip: Download and save to your phone for easy meal planning!
You can grab my Printable Weekly Meal Planner in the Ultimate Meal Planning Printables Bundle!
I love to meal plan every Sunday, before my weekly shop on Monday morning. But with two toddlers running around (and 1 who doesn’t nap anymore), meal planning can’t be an all-day-affair.
Meal planning is just one more thing I’ve got to get done quickly and efficiently, because as we speak, the laundry is taking over my bedroom. This hack is one of my new favorite time-savers and I’m so excited to share it with you!
Here’s How I Do It:
- Grab my grocery list pad
- Open up my Cheat Sheet on my phone (I also have one on the side of my fridge)
- Take stock of what’s in the fridge, freezer, and pantry – this way I can choose meals based on what I already have which allows me to save money at the grocery store
- Quickly pick a dinner idea from each day (sometimes I mix & match)
- Write out the week’s dinners on my weekly meal planner!
If you want the full package —> cheat sheet + weekly meal planner + customizable cheat sheets = you can grab our Ultimate Printables Bundle!
Are you a Toddler Mom?
We now offer a Toddler Meal Planning Cheat Sheet!
This printable cheat sheet includes nutritious meal ideas for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snacks plus you’ll also receive a printable list of my favorite healthy brands for toddlers! Grab yours, here.