Time-Saving Tips to Make Meal-Making Easier (Podcast)

Do you find yourself not having enough time to make meals for your family? If you answered yes, this is for you! In this podcast, Aviva gives some great time-saving tips to make meal-making easier.

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Listen to The Six O’Clock Scramble: Time-Saving Tips to Make Mealtime Easier on iTunes or Stitcher.

Aviva is a family dinner expert and the founder of The Six O’Clock Scramble. She is a Today Show contributor and frequently appears in media such as The Katie Show, The Washington Post, O Magazine, Real Simple, Working Mother, Prevention, and more.

Aviva is the author of two cookbooks: The Six O’Clock Scramble Cookbook and SOS! The Six O’Clock Scramble to the Rescue: Earth-Friendly, Kid-Pleasing Meals for Busy Families. She is a mother of two and great at all things dinner!

If you are tired of worrying about what to make for dinner, you can try 2 FREE weeks of Aviva’s dinner-planner solution! The Scramble gives thousands of families a ready-made, healthy, and seasonal dinner plan for the week that is also customizable! The plan includes side dishes and a grocery list, and it’s conveniently sent to your inbox or phone for a few dollars per month.

Aviva and I had a wonderful, fun, and informative discussion about all sorts of things, including our favorite kitchen gadgets—ones that actually help in the kitchen! She tells us what inspired her to create The Six O’Clock Scramble 11 year ago, and what she does to help reduce her own kitchen stress. Aviva has looked at research showing just how much time and money you can save by planning meals. The numbers will astonish you!

Aviva gives us some ideas about how to encourage kids to try something new, and even to try something they’d previously said they didn’t like. She also shares ideas about how to plan and cook for a family of just one or two people.

Are you tired of trying to do it all, all by yourself? Learn to delegate! Aviva talks about lots of different ways to reduce the time you spend in the kitchen and to get folks of every age to pitch in. Finally, Aviva tells us how teaching our kids gratitude fits in with our overall strategies to feed our family well.

Some of the things we discussed on the show:

  • Vegetti: Spiral Vegetable Slicer
  • Lemon & Lime Squeezers
  • Bread Makers
  • A slow cooker/crockpot (you can set a timer)

Did you enjoy the show? Please subscribe and leave a review on iTunes! E-mail me at podcast@momables.com to tell me what you thought of this week’s show and to offer suggestions for future episodes.

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Mom to 3 awesome people and MOMables CEO. I work hard in my kitchen so you don't have to. I'm obsessed with tacos and coffee -not always in that order.