If you’re like the average family, there’s at least one or two nights each week when you’re too tired to cook. The natural options are to either order pricey takeout or feed your family a meal that was purchased from an unhealthy drive-thru menu. These options are not only unhealthy, but quite expensive as well. If a family of four spends an average of $40 for pizza on Tuesday night and $25 on fast food on Friday night that comes to a total cost of $65 per week or $260 just on takeout each month. Safeguard yourself against the takeout effect by preparing healthy dinners ahead of time and simply reheating them on the nights that you are too tired to cook a full meal.
Below is a list of three healthy recipes that will thrive in the freezer and defrost quickly for your family to eat on a busy night. Each recipe is intended to feed a family of four.
[yumprint-recipe id=’13’]Author Bio
Ron Thompson is an avid blogger who loves to camp and writes for Del-Immune V® immune system supplements, a unique pro-biotic supplement made
from the lactobacillus rhamnosus which is an immune booster that helps fight fatigue and tiredness and improve your immune system naturally.