Stop Throwing Away Uncooked Groceries at the End of Every Week!
Too tired to cook at the end of the day?
Weeknights as a working parent shouldn’t be overwhelming.
You can feel on top of your meal planning…
on top of your weeknights at home…
in charge of your routines…
without feeling like you’re constantly juggling 50 balls in the air at once.
You can feel present with your kids in the evenings, instead of moving from one thing to the next, just surviving til bedtime.
You don’t have to feel like the only thing you’ve got time for when it comes to dinner is to throw some chicken nuggets on a sheet pan and call it good
Join Uncomplicated Kitchen, the members-only vault for working parents who are tired of riding the struggle bus every weeknight.
You can pin recipes, save chore sheets, ask your friends…
but feel as though you can’t put the pieces together in the right way that WORKS.
Instead, access all of this:
-hundreds of simple one-pot and one-pan recipes
-done-for-you meal plans
-kitchen and meal planning video tutorials
-freezer meal cook-a-longs
-step-by-step proven method to getting your kitchen life in order.
Because here’s the other truth: it doesn’t have to be this hard.
Uncomplicated Kitchen gives you a proven 3-step formula to releasing you from weeknight dinnertime stress.
Meal Planning and Prep
First, let’s organize your current recipes and get a simple system moving so that you can meal plan quickly and effectively. This first step is the “special sauce” of the entire resource.
One Pot and One Pan Recipes
Then, we’ll begin nailing the easy, quick recipes you should have in your repertoire. We’ll cover everything Instant Pot, sheet pan, and more. So once your meals are planned quickly, you can make them quickly, too!
Then, we’ll lay out a backup plan for your backup plans; ie, what happens when the sh*t has hit the fan and you need to get dinner on the table, pronto. Here’s where we cover quick and easy freezer meals and pantry meals you can toss together at a moment’s notice.
Want to see some sneak peeks first?