If you cook up a batch of beans . . .
You’ll want to assemble a couple pans of enchiladas. Good things you stocked up on $1 bags of shredded cheese and corn.
And those enchiladas will be like manna for those inevitable busy evenings.
And as long as you’re making enchiladas, you might as well cook up a batch of kale pesto.
You might not have any locally sourced artisanal parmesan cheese, but maybe you have a stash of those free-with-pizza parmesan cheese packets.
Enough for a batch of pesto.
And as long as you’re making pesto, you might as well put together some spreadable butter.
And as long as you’ve made enchiladas, pesto and spreadable butter, you might as well bake up a couple loaves of banana bread.
And since that banana bread is hardly a meal, you might as well throw last night’s chicken into the crockpot for soup.
And in the end you’ve got multiple meals, snacks and an unholy number of dishes to wash.
Future-Katy is going to be very happy with last-Sunday-Katy!
Do you take a day to assemble meals? Please share your tips and tricks in the comments section below.
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.”
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