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From planning meals to putting them on the table, feeding a family is a big job. In the Kitchen With Molly is the next best thing to having a personal chef.
This new E-Book contains 12 weeks of menu plans, one for each month of the year, plus shopping lists and printable recipe cards.
With the planning done for you, you'll have more time to spend enjoying your family or tackling other projects that need your attention.
And with Molly, the focus is always on frugality. These recipes not only save you time, but they also save you money.
Trimming dollars from the grocery bill can add up to a significant difference in the family budget, and having meals planned means you'll eat out less often. That's good for your wallet and your waistline.
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Here's just a taste of what you'll get in this 185-page timesaver:
January: Start the year off right with baked foods instead of fried. How about some Zesty Pork Tenderloin? In a hurry? Try Super Grilled Cheese Sandwiches.
February: Shower your family with love in the week leading up to Valentine's Day. Chicken Pot Pie will envelop them with home-cooked comfort like a warm, soft blanket. And Chocolate Kiss Cookies will melt their hearts.
March: This month, revisit some of Molly's $5 dinners, $3 desserts and $7 slow cooker suppers. Shake off the cold with Broccoli, Cheese and Chicken Soup, and make a frugal Chocolate Cake that tastes like a million bucks.
April: Combine schooling with practical skills and let the kids help out in the kitchen with recipes such as Chicken and Dumplings and Grilled Veggie Sandwiches.
May: Don't let cooking keep you cooped up in the kitchen. Have meals at the ready with freezer cooking: Make two Poppy Seed Chicken Casseroles, have one for dinner, and put the other one in the freezer. Later you'll be glad you did.
June: This month, try some of Molly's favorites, from Chicken and Pesto Pizza to Seven-Layer Meatless Tortilla Pie.
July: It's hot outside, so let's put your oven out of commission for a week. Have barbecued chicken from the slow cooker, or a Shrimp and Noodle Salad from the stovetop.
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August: While gearing up for fall, keep your meals simple. With just two ingredients, Raspberry Flavored Salmon only looks as if you spent a long time in the kitchen.
September: This month, see how far you can stretch your staples with a menu that takes advantage of what's already in your pantry. Try comfort food favorites such as Goulash and Meatloaf.
October: Cook once, serve twice. Make plans to use your leftovers before you even begin the meal. Why not turn that leftover Grilled Chicken into Chicken Alfredo Pasta, for example?
November: With the holidays approaching, once again the focus turns to freezer cooking and easy meals, including Stuffed Shells and Taco Casserole.
December:Be creative with your holiday meal leftovers. Turkey Shepherd's Pie and Wild Rice Chowder With Ham will warm up winter days.
In the Kitchen With Molly gives you three months' worth of recipes, but that's not all. Shopping lists have already been created for you, so just print them out and head for the store. What could be easier?
If you like to keep your recipes in a box, print out our recipe cards and have all of these meals at your fingertips.
Cut your meal preparation time along with your grocery bills. Molly makes it easy to be frugal!
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