You want to eat healthy, but who has time to cook? Weeknights are busy, and with school and fall activities starting up they are about to get busier.
Imagine . . . opening your freezer and having the following options available to you:
When you purchase the Wildtree Primal Goodness Workshop, you can have 10 meals ready for the skillet, slow cooker, or grill in less than two hours! A small investment of time and money will reap TONS of savings later when you can effortlessly put dinner on the table at a huge savings over going out to eat (it’s a lot healthier, too!)
The Workshop Bundle includes the products listed above plus instructions and recipes. You can attend an in-person workshop or do it at home at your own convenience.
Step 1: Shop.
Ideally you would do this the day before your workshop. Keep in mind you can swap proteins for what you like or use what is already in your freezer. Don’t like fish? Use chicken. Just keep in mind if you make swaps, your cooking instructions may be different from the provided recipe at cooktime. You also have the option to switch out fresh vegetables with frozen if you’d prefer.
Step 2: Label.
Mark your freezer bags. Number them 1 to 10. Serving sizes are listed for each recipe, but you can adjust the recipe to fit your family’s needs. Need smaller meals? You can make 20 freezer bags instead of 10, splitting the recipe ingredients into 2 bags per recipe.
Step 3: Chop.
Prepare and chop your ingredients. For recipes calling for meat that is cut up, you can ask your butcher to do that when you buy it. Most grocers also carry pre-cut veggies; this is another time saving option you can choose during Step 1.
Step 4: Fill Bags.
If doing this at home, remember that you can use frozen proteins (except ground beef that might be mixed with other ingredients). If doing this at a workshop, simply place meal ingredients in corresponding numbered freezer bags following the Pre-Workshop Prep Chart. Once complete, keep these bags cold in the refrigerator until you transport them to the workshop in a cooler. If you buy your meat frozen, it’s ok to pre-bag or bring whole cuts to the workshop still frozen. However, you will want any ground meat to be thawed so you can mix it well with other ingredients. Bring with you the additional items from your shopping list, an apron, measuring cups, and spoons and you’re ready to go!
In the West Michigan area? Let me know if you’d like to host a workshop!
Whether you choose to attend in person or prep in the convenience of your home, click here to order.