Get Organized with Meal Planning Printables

Hello! It’s Courtney from Paperelli. Last month I was here sharing this Chalkboard Love Print and I am here again with another printable for all of you! After designing this Holiday Memories Chalkboard Printable in December, I started thinking about how many amazing memories are made in the kitchen with our families. Then, I thought of the perfect goal for 2015. My goal this year is to spend more quality time with my family in the kitchen.  This includes not only sitting down at the dinner table together, but cooking together too.

Meal Planning Printables: Weekly Menu Planner + Recipe Card by @Paperelli for @Remodelaholic

To go along with my new goal, I thought I would create some meal planning printables and recipe cards and share them with you too! First, a meal planning printable. When you download the PDF you will see two versions of the design there. The one you see pictured here is the second option, printed on kraft brown paper. You should have no problems finding kraft paper at your local craft store. I designed this version to be super ink friendly, so you wouldn’t be afraid to use one every week! The other option is a faux kraft paper look that you can use to print on regular white card stock, just in case you can’t find kraft paper, but still want that darling kraft look.



I also thought it might be fun to add a recipe card printable to help make time in the kitchen go a little smoother. Too often I find myself fidgeting with my phone trying to read my latest Pinterest recipe find, while cooking. While I still TOTALLY plan on using my Pinterest recipes to cook, I am going to try writing them down instead. 😉

Click here to receive the meal planning printables and recipe cards from Remodelaholic


I hope you and your family make the most of your time in the kitchen together this year. Happy cooking and happy eating!!

*All Remodelaholic printables are for personal, non-commercial use only. Use it, gift it, but don’t alter it, sell it or otherwise distribute the print or the file. Thanks!




As always, I love to see what you do with your printables! Be sure to post your pictures and tag @PaperelliDesigns and @Remodelaholic on Instagram. Can’t wait to see what you do with yours!


Check out more from Courtney at her shop, Paperelli:


Courtney’s cute recipe cards would be great for framing like this

and you can also build an easy tablet stand to keep your tablet or phone visible while you cook your planned meals, too!

DIY Kitchen Tablet Holder

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