Hi Idea Room Readers - it’s Becky from the Clean Mama blog and Clean Mama Printables! Today’s Organizing Tip is to create a Menu Plan for those big or little holiday meals and special occasions. Having a menu planned will save time and energy in the kitchen while preparing for the meal and can also serve as a reminder for what you made the previous year.
Today I’ve created a printable for you to jot down your Menu Plan for any upcoming holiday meal, bridal or baby shower, or family gathering, but it’s just in time for planning that Easter dinner.
How to use this printable:
Jot down your ideas, narrow down your choices
Write down where the dish is from (internet, recipe binder, cookbook)
Write down when you’ll make it (day before, day of…)
Use the little oval to check off when the dish is completed or if it’s a “make it again” dish
Use the shopping list at the bottom to keep everything in one place
You can go here to grab your own list – organize your holiday and larger menus for a more relaxing and enjoyable event.
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