I love to cook for my family, but on weeknights I’m often in a time crunch. It’s not uncommon for me to be working away and look up at the clock and realize it’s already 5:30 or after.
But I’ve learned that by using a few tricks, it’s possible to get dinner on the table in just 15 minutes. A few years ago, I wrote an ebook with 15 minute recipes.
Feast in 15 needs to be updated, but that doesn’t keep me from pulling it out and cooking those recipes. They work and they’re fast.
Now I want to share some more quick recipes and tips with you. You can get dinner fixed and ready in just 15 minutes!
Tomorrow I’ve got a brand new 15 minute recipe for you. Then starting next week and running through September, I’ll be sharing new recipes that I’ve created, as well as highlighting some good ones that have already been published on the blog.
I’ll also be sharing tips for cooking fast. There are some techniques that help you move through the prep process quickly.
You can do anything for 15 minutes, even if you hate cooking. Or think you don’t have time. Or your day has left you worn out.
In fact, I’m not sure you can even get through the drive-thru in much less time, especially if you factor in your travel time. Save your money and eat at home! 15 minutes is all you need.
I’ll be gathering the links right here on this post as we move through the series. So save this page, pin it, share it on Facebook! You’ll want to come back here for recipes and tips!
I’ll see you tomorrow for an easy Mexican recipe. I’ve also got a Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup that’s made from scratch and done in 15 minutes. And there’s much more coming too!
Eat at Home Weekly Meal Plans often have 15 minute meal recipes included. If you’d like to save time on your planning and get organized, give the plans a try!
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