Welcome to Day 3 of the Eat at Home Challenge — a one-week challenge designed to encourage and inspire you to make more meals at home in order to save money and eat more healthfully!
I’m following the Eat at Home Slow Cooker Menu Plan and I have been SO impressed with this plan. The recipes look so yummy, there’s lots of variety, and they only look like they’ll take me a few minutes to put together every morning!
Details on The Eat at Home Challenge
The Eat at Home Challenge runs through April 21, 2017. Every weekday morning around 9 a.m. CT, I’ll be on Facebook Live prepping our dinner to throw in the slow cooker for the day so that when 6 p.m. rolls around dinner is READY!
Every day, in addition to doing a Facebook Live video on my Facebook Page, I’ll be posting here on the blog what I made that day, along with a link to my video (in case you missed it).
I’m using the Eat at Home menu-planning service for my recipes for this challenge. You can sign up and get the recipes if you’d like to follow along with me! Scroll down to the bottom of this post for all the details on this menu-planning service + a 25% off coupon code good for this week only.
My hope is that this will inspire you with some new recipe ideas, encourage you to not wait until the last minute to think about what you’re having for dinner, and motivate you to eat at home more (even on busy nights!) so you can save money.
I’d love for you to join me in this challenge! To participate, go join the Facebook Page here so you can share what you are making every night and see what readers all over the country (and world!) are making for dinner each night, too!
What I Made Today
For dinner tonight, I made Italian Seasoned Salt Chicken in the Slow Cooker. This recipe was SO simple to make and I think it’s going to taste really good!
We’re going to have a fruit salad (already made) + some whole-wheat biscuits (I’m making those this afternoon) + (possibly) some steamed veggies or Sweet Potato Fries.
Watch the video below for the recipe details and to see me make it LIVE:
What is the Eat at Home Menu-Planning Service?
I’m using the Eat at Home menu-planning service for my recipes for this challenge. I usually make my own menu, but I thought it would be fun to try out a menu-planning service and see what we thought of it. So far, I’ve been very impressed!
Eat at Home is a menu-planning service designed to make getting dinner on the table much easier every night. It was a service created by Tiffany, a mom of 4 who loves to cook and loves to gather her family around the table, but has found that if she doesn’t have a quick and easy plan, it’s hard to make that happen.
How Does the Eat at Home Menu-Planning Service Work?
The Eat at Home menu-planning service is an incredible way to help you save time and save money. You don’t have to worry about planning menus OR grocery list, because Tiffany does all of that for you as part of the menu-planning service.
She has designed it specifically with busy families in mind and the menu plans offer:
- Quick to fix meals (even as fast as 15 minutes to the table!)
- Lots of slow cooker recipes
- Done-for-you Weekly Meal Plans & Grocery Lists
The recipes can all be fixed quickly, with only a few minutes of hands-on prep. Because the recipes use common pantry ingredients, it’s likely that you have everything you need to make many of the recipes.
It’s so convenient because all the work is done for you! You just choose which menu plan you’ll use, print the grocery list, go shopping, and then spend a few minutes prepping food each day and dinner is D-O-N-E!
When you sign up for the plan (it’s just a few dollars per week — or less!), each month, you’ll get:
- An entire month of Traditional Menu Plans, including weekly grocery lists and printable recipe instructions
- An entire month of Slow Cooker Menu Plans, including weekly grocery lists and printable recipe instructions
- An entire month of Whole Food Menu Plans, including weekly grocery lists and printable recipe instructions
- Each menu plan comes with recipes created for small family (3-4 servings) and large family (6-8 servings)
- Color-coded grocery lists make it easy to swap out ingredients or whole meals
- Printable Menus to hang on the fridge or near your calendar, so you can easily see what’s for dinner that week and your family can too
- Access to the entire month at once!
- 1 Hour Freezer Stash Plans – a new plan each month to stock your freezer with 6 meals in 1 hour!
You can choose to stick with just the traditional menu plan or just the slow cooker menu plan or just the whole foods menu plan. Or, you can rotate different menu plans on different weeks, depending upon what you feel like cooking or how much time you have!
Get the Eat at Home Menu-Planning Service for as Low as $1.21 per Week!
If you struggle to make menu plans and would love for someone to make them for you + make a grocery list for you, it’s well worth spending a few dollars every week to let Eat at Home do the work for you.
This week only, when you sign up for their plan (either the monthly plan, the quarterly plan, or the yearly plan, you can get 25% off by using coupon code MSM at checkout!
That makes the done-for-you menu plans and grocery lists just $1.21 per week. And you get access to all three plans and the freezer cooking plans for the whole month at the rate!
Go sign up for this incredible menu-planning service here.
(Oh and they have a fantastic money-back guarantee if you think you want to try it out but aren’t sure whether it will work for you or not!)
Last night was leftovers and tonight will be steak fajitas with peppers and onions.
The chicken recipe looks really good!
Crystal Paine says
Fajitas = yummy!
I have 2 questions! One, will you be posting reviews on how the meals tasted? I’d love to know which ones are worth trying, in your opinion! Two, and kind of random, where do you get your cami/tank tops that you wear under your shirts? I have trouble finding ones that don’t slip down too low throughout the day, and yours seem modest yet fashionable. Thanks!
Crystal Paine says
I’ll be doing a round-up on Friday with our thoughts on each of the recipes. 🙂 So far, we’ve been very impressed!
As far as camis go, I’ve gotten some of mine from thredUP, some from TJ Maxx, and some from Kohl’s. I’m always on the lookout for ones with high necks that are also tight but not too tight… because I wear them under so many things!
Jana, I haven’t bought any in a while, but I really like to get camis at Forever 21. It’s not really “my” kind of store, but their tanks are super inexpensive (I think I paid $3-$5) but hold their shape and are not too low cut so that they look nice under sweaters, etc. I also like the ones from New York and Company, but those tend to cost a bit more.
Crystal Paine says
Thanks so much for that tip, Beth!