Monday, July 21, 2014

Recipe Storage Ideas for Organize Me! Sizzlin' Summer


This week we are sharing some simple ways to better organize your recipes.  There are a lot of cookbooks and cooking magazines at our house.  Finding a recipe that we love can be time consuming.  So we came up with a plan.  


If you haven't been following along, make sure to check out the past few weeks menu and recipe organizing ideas, so you are all caught up for today.

Week 7:  Food Organization Ideas
Week 8:  Free Apron Pattern
Week 9:  Kitchen Organizing Round-Up

First, we tear out every recipe we want to try from our favorite cooking magazines and place them in a sheet protector in a binder.


Next, we added each of these recipes to our Recipes to Try printable sheet.  You can grab one for FREE Here. This sheet is in the front of our binder, that way we can go down the list to see what sounds good and then find the recipe.


I love this printable because it also has a spot for you to mark whether you want to keep the recipe to try again or if it was the worst thing ever, you can just write NO really big and through it out.  If you love it, add it to your Family Favorites printable and keep it in rotation with your Menu Planning.

 Week 1:  Menu Planning for Organize Me!  Sizzlin' Summer

Need more help with your Menu Planning?  Check out our Menu Planning Post or enjoy browsing through our Recipes Page.

Check out some of these other great recipe binders and boxes.




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DIY framed school lunch weekly menu


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Last summer for our Organize Me!!  Sizzlin' Summer, I shared our Family Binder Printables.  This summer I have decided to go a bit more indepth and share how I get my kitchen and menu organized.  You can download last years printables and use them for this years organizing series.






1 comment:

  1. Nice! Now just come up with one for all my online ones that supposedly save to my wall but I can never find again. :)

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