All Seasons Grocery Vacation Meal Planner
You are probably thinking, “after a day on the slopes with my family, who has time to cook?!!”
Well, if you are like most families who are on a budget and/or care about what their family eats, you know you are going to be doing some cooking on this ski vacation.
Let us help!
We’ve compiled some of the easiest, budget friendly recipes we could find that will feed your family without breaking the bank or breaking your back. A lot of our picks come from the fact that you can make it ahead and/or get help from the kids to assemble. Each lunch is easy to pack and bring with you in a backpack to avoid those high cost meals at the lodge. Feel free to change it around, of course, but this will at least get you started. We’ve even added a downloadable shopping list that you can send directly to us if you like it and want to use it just how we put it together.
all images and recipes courtesy of http://allrecipes.com, links below to full recipes
BREAKFAST: Jacky’s Fruit and Yogurt Muffins – a great make-ahead option
LUNCH: Lunch Box Pita Pockets – enlist your kids to help assemble!
DINNER: Broccoli Rice Casserole – another great make-ahead option
BREAKFAST: Make Ahead Breakfast Casserole – another great make-ahead option
LUNCH: Healthy Stuffed Salad – “mother nature’s fridge” will keep this healthy lunch fresh all day in your back pack.
DINNER: Crock-Pot® Chicken Chili – slow cook while you hit the slopes!
BREAKFAST: Easy Microwavable Bacon and Egg Breakfast Bowl – 10 minutes to put together and cook, then head out for fresh pow!
LUNCH: Loaded Egg Salad – add crackers and bread for this protein packed lunch!
DINNER: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork – another one for the crock pot!
BREAKFAST: Yogurt Parfait – easy peasy and healthy too!
LUNCH: Homemade Healthy “Lunchables” Combination – a healthier and cheaper option to the store bought version
DINNER: Simple Hamburger Stroganoff – a family winner