Here’s what my kitchen looked like at one point today:
That’s me rolling out cinnamon roll dough, with my Spalding Handbook open (on the high chair tray) for vocabulary/spelling words that I’m dictating to Jacob who’s writing them in his workbook. How’s that for multitasking?
On Tuesday, I only planned a small amount of cooking due to prior commitments. Even, so I got all but one item on my list complete and that was simply because I ran out of steam this afternoon.
Here’s what I completed (and I’m way too lazy at this point to go pull it all out to photograph it):
3 bags of browned and seasoned taco meat
8 beef and bean burritos (these work well for quick fix lunches)
2.5 pans of chicken enchiladas (we’ve already eaten the small pan)
2 meals of Ziti
2 meals of spaghetti
2 meals of chicken tortilla soup
2 loaves of pumpkin bread
2 loaves of zucchini bread (one loaf has already been eaten!)
2 pans cinnamon rolls
4 pints of salsa (with my homegrown tomatoes and neighbors homegrown habaneros)
2 premade pumpkin pancake mixes (just the dry ingredients)
1 batch pumpkin scones (to take to MOPS tomorrow morning)
That comes out to 13 meals and lots of breakfasts and goodies. On the days I’ll be using one of these premade meals all I’ll have to do is prepare a side and throw the main course in the oven to heat through!
Be sure to head on over to Money Saving Mom’s link-up to see some of the other participants and what they were able to accomplish.