This semester the girls and I started creating a family recipe notebook. I really enjoy Plan to Eat for my own meal planning and recipe organization, but for the girls, having a notebook of recipes and cooking cheat sheets works much better. Now, when they want to make a family favorite, all they have to do is open the notebook and go for it.
For the front of their notebook, I created a few cooking cheat sheets in case they need to know about a substitution, how to convert from one measurement to another or a specific ingredient’s shelf life. The result is what you see below.
Although we have placed these in our family recipe notebook, I could just have easily taped them inside our pantry door as they are great for a quick reference guide. And, with all that Easter cooking coming up, there’s bound to be a time we will need them.
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