Hey, mama. How are you feeling about dinner tonight?
You want to cook ONE meal that everyone will love, but the thought of pulling out the pots and pans leaves you exhausted.
You’ve been rocking your messy bun for days while holding your toddler non-stop to avoid the tantrums, and the last thing you want to do is cook an elaborate meal and spend hours cleaning up after.
You want easy recipes that will help you cook even when you just can’t.
I have tested these recipes on busy weeknights at home, with mid-dinner prep butt wipe disruptions, toddler crying, the kids fighting, the dog barking nonstop, no husband home… and I still felt like I could do it.
Of course it takes a little longer when you have all the disruptions, but what DOESN’T take longer when you have babies/toddlers/young kids??
Every time, I was grateful that I was able to get a good meal together, could sit down and really enjoy it, and didn’t have a tower of pots and pans to clean afterwards.
… are ready to stop eating out to avoid cooking
… hate having a full sink of dishes after cooking
… become overwhelmed with recipes with too many steps or ingredients
… have the desire to make healthy meals your whole family will actually enjoy
… know your picky eater doesn’t eat everything you make, so you want helpful tips to adapt recipes for them
… want to break out of the chicken nugget rut for your kids but don’t know where to start
Do you feel like you barely even have time to plan out meals?
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“It is incredibly amazing to have something like this during these tough times. For me cooking was one of the things that became a burden during the pandemic. And I lost my love for cooking, my interest in nice food, my appetite. I have a 5yo and a 2yo and we’ve been home for an entire year now. I work mostly remotely and I haven’t sent the kids to KG since it all started. So dedicating my time to keep them happy and respond to their needs has been tiring. Cooking was one thing that suffered, I mostly don’t enjoy it anymore. So buying the book has given me hope. I came across it through the lovely Heather, who’s recipes I tried and loved so I thought I’d give it a try.
“The recipes I’ve tried from the Simply Satisfying Meals ebook have been delicious, healthy, and great for leftovers the next day. Can’t wait to try more!” -Breana
“I love what I see! I love that there are pictures for each recipe, including pictures of kids’ plates and not just the composed dish. The picky eater tips are super helpful. I’m really glad to have some ideas of how I can serve a dish to my picky eater while also really enjoying it myself. Looking forward to trying recipes soon! Thanks so much for this!” – Grayson D.
“My 16 month old son was recently diagnosed with food allergies and we are in the process of dairy elimination. I downloaded this cookbook as soon as possible and was over the moon to find the vegan section! It is SO helpful to find simple, healthy recipes that my son can actually eat! Being a new mom to a toddler with food aversions and allergies is not easy. I just finished shopping and cannot wait to start cooking. The recipes are simple but look perfect for our family. Thank you for your work on the book! It’s great!” -Allison
“Love these super simple and fast dinners! They are well balanced and enjoyable for the whole family. A particular favorite has been the spaghetti and meatballs. I love how the spinach was almost hidden and blended right in. My very picky two year old and four year old ate a healthy serving without even realizing they were getting spinach!” – Claire
The Dinnertime Survival Guide has shortcut healthy recipes that you can get on the table in 15 minutes or less. Total weeknight lifesaver. The recipes in Simply Satisfying Meals are for nights when you have a little bit more time. There’s a little bit more prep, a little longer cooking time — still majorly doable even when you’re tired or low on motivation.
This cookbook is allergen friendly! Even if your family has multiple food allergies to navigate, you should be easily able to make substitutions. There are 4 recipes that would be difficult to make dairy free due to the cheese incorporated in the dish. For more allergen info please email [email protected]
13 of the instant pot recipes also have instructions to cook in a slow cooker. But I’d also recommend purchasing an instant pot– for those days you can’t plan ahead with the slow cooker, it’s a lifesaver. I think about saving money on takeout and that takes care of the cost of the instant pot pretty quickly!