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Meal Planning: Chicken Recipe Organization That Doesn't Suck

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Not knowing what to make sucks.

How good would it feel to make one simple change to your meal planning, and you’d find a way to get out of your poultry rut.

It’s a silly question. It would be AWESOME!

You’d stop reading this post and do a backflip.

Well, maybe you wouldn’t got that far.

But you’d be excited, right?

Of course! Who doesn’t want to serve up a delicious homemade meal?

So how do I do that?

The Secret to Unleashing the Recipe Vault

If you don’t already have a Pinterest account, get one.

Smart meal planners want to make new exciting recipes without working too hard to get them. No sense reinventing the wheel when it’s not necessary. Here’s a tutorial to find great recipes in minutes.

1. Type “chicken recipes” into the search on Pinterest.


2. Scan through to see what looks good.


I don’t drink soda on a regular basis but once in awhile is okay for me and my family.  I thought the Crockpot BBQ Coca Cola Recipe by the Frugal Girls  and the Baked Honey Mustard Recipe by Table Feast looked interesting. I also hit the chicken casserole jackpot by pinning 35 Quick and Easy Chicken Casserole recipes. All in a single pin. Yeah! It’s a free ebook, you can get it here by Recipe Lion.

3. Pin these to your chicken recipe board.


4. Once you hit the pin it button, you will decide where to put the pin. I chose chicken recipes.


It’s a free chicken casserole ebook, you can get it here by Recipe Lion.


If you don’t have one, you can make a chicken recipe board on Pinterest. Follow mine here to get ideas. I’ll even let you pin the ones I’ve gathered up. If you don’t already have one, when you go to pin the item, click new board (see pic below). You can do this for any other item you tend to have on a regular basis.


4. Once you have gathered up enough recipes, you can easily find something to make.


5. If you want to take it a step further, you can take a screen shot of the recipes and print it to out.  Also,  your family (especially kids) can choose what they would like to eat from the print out and take part of the process.


If you prefer a list over pictures, you can always make a simple meal plan template. It’s an easy way to use Pinterest to meal plan in minutes.

Before you forget, if you got this far and like this FREE info., you should pin this or share it on other social media. It’s only fair. ; )


Check out my Meal Plan Mini-Course here (or head back if you started there).

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