As I sit here wondering what on Earth I’m going to prepare for dinner tonight (breakfast? salad? pizza?), I’m reminded of how much I loved the freezer meal workshop I hosted a few months ago at my house (and how much I can’t wait for my next one over the summer). The whole concept of preparing healthy meals in advance has always been something that I, in theory, have really always loved. In practice, however, I find that I’m really bad about taking the time to sit down, plan out every meal that would actually work in the freezer, find the recipes, print them out, prepare the food, blah blah blah blah blah. If you’re anything like me, just reading that last sentence overwhelms you a little bit (okay, a lot) but that’s exactly why I love what Wildtree has to offer. The entire process, from start to finish, of a freezer meal workshop with them only takes a few hours. That includes the time you’ll spend at the grocery store (with a prepared list- thank you 8 pound 6 ounce baby Jesus) and the time you’ll spend putting it all together for your freezer. There’s no guess work, which is good for me.
I enjoyed the workshop I hosted and the few weeks of dinners that came from it so much that I wanted to share my thoughts on the product with all of you (you’re welcome). So I asked my friend Jenny (I feel like we’re friends now, I mean we have made like over 10 meals together ;)) to send me some details about Wildtree to share with all of you. Take a look:
When I hosted my freezer meal workshop, there were four other adults (including Jenny) in my kitchen. It was pretty intimate (read: small space) but I really enjoyed the whole feeling of community in preparing the meals. It truly was a fun couple of hours making jokes, talking about the food, and enjoying the company of my guests. The fact that we each went home with healthy, prepared meals and enough product to replicate most of the recipes at least once was an added bonus to the fun.
Also, I kind of felt pretty bad ass for the next couple of weeks after my workshop. I was able to prepare really delicious, healthy, amazing meals for my husband and none of it was the usual thrown together stuff I do on a regular basis. I’ll admit, I was all like “Move over, June Cleaver!” That is, until my freezer meals ran out and I realized that maybe I’m not really the perfect 1950’s housewife…but it was fun to pretend for a few weeks.
If you’re interested in hosting your own Wildtree workshop (which I highly recommend) and are in the Kansas City metro area, I’m sure Jenny Pickett would LOVE your business! You find her online anytime though this website or by phone at (816) 785-2004.
*This is NOT a sponsored post- I enjoyed my experience so much with Wildtree that I wanted to share it with each of you.