“This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN™ Inspirations Meal Kits. All opinions are 100% mine”
My children spent three weeks away with their grandmother this summer. The entire time they were away, I made sure to steer clear of the kitchen, as in no cleaning or cooking. My kitchen hiatus is over and it’s time for me to ease back into cooking nightly meals. New at Publix, FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN™ Inspirations Meal Kits are making my transition back into cooking a little bit easier.
We are into the new school year, I’ve begun planning meals and mostly decluttered the house to ensure things move smoothly during the week. Thinking about all of the ripping and running we’ll being doing starting next week with each child having to be somewhere in the evenings EVERY. DAY. OF. THE. WEEK. has me exhausted already.
The reality of the situation is it will take a lot of team work and everyone pulling their load to make sure this house doesn’t turn into a den of chaos now that school is back in session.
While the kids are back in school, make no mistake about it, I’m still in summer chill mode. Chill mode consists of doing the least, which means meals need to be quick and preferably prepared in one pot. FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN™ Inspirations Meal Kits fit the criteria and are one of my quick, go to meal options. The flavor is robust, chef-level quality and food is ready in 30 minutes.
These FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN™ Inspirations Meal Kits are made with real ingredients, and come in additional flavors such as Tuscan-Style Mushroom Risotto, Shrimp Scampi and Spicy Szechuan-Style Chicken & Rice. Just add in the stated ingredients found on the back of the box, which you can pick up at your neighborhood Publix, and you are on your way to a tasty, 30-minute meal.
One thing I’ve learned in this process of learning to give myself grace is to embrace easy….and in this case tasty. As much as I would love to whip up a home cooked meal every day, I know my limitations and items like the FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN™ Inspirations Meal Kits are the next best thing. Just because my time is limited, our dinner options shouldn’t be.
Let’s not forget I have a pre-teen who loves to cook. I think I’ll assign him a night to cook dinner, with my supervision of course!
Y’all know I’m all for sharing resources to make life easy, and the FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN™ Inspirations Meal Kits are worth a try. I’ll be stacking them up, they are perfect to have on hand for those nights you feel like cooking a quick and easy meal.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN™ Inspirations Meal Kits.