5 recipe sites to help you feed your family in a hurry
For many moms and dads, March means spring sports practices. Finding time to cook can be a struggle, but a crockpot or instant pot can be your best friend. Here are five websites that offer great recipes so you can feed your family in a hurry.
•In August of 2011, Texas moms Jenna Marwitz and Nicole Sparks began a Facebook page to share recipes. As more and more people liked their page, the girls expanded to include a recipe site and cookbook. You can find them at www.crockingirls.com.
•The Instant Pot quickly became a favorite time saver for many moms. Instant Pot Eats offers a wide variety of recipes, including Vegan and Gluten Free. No matter what your family’s dietary preferences, you will find unique and flavorful ideas. Find it at www.instantpoteats.com.
•Stockpiling Moms offers 25 crockpot recipes for the sports mom. Recipes are traditional comfort food. The site also offers ideas for freezer meals — another great time saver for moms. Find it at www.stockpilingmoms.com.
•Family Fresh Meals is another great site for recipes. It includes recipes for the crockpot and the Instant Pot and offers a free weekly meal plan. The site also has lunchbox ideas for moms and kids. Stop by www.familyfreshmeals.com.
•Though married to a food blogger, Matt Robinson is responsible for the day-to-day meals in his house. His food blog Real Food By Dad includes a lot of one-dish meals that the whole family will love. Simply visit www.realfoodbydad.com.