New Freezer Meal Club Course Teaches Busy Moms How To Cut Cooking Time in Half

Productive Mama blog writer Amylee Udell releases a new freezer meal club course for busy working and stay at home moms to cut cooking time in half. The course works with all budgets and for any dietary needs.

Busy working moms, stay-at-home moms, homeschool moms, budget and health-minded moms looking to brush up on their freezer meal planning and expertise can now find help with freezer meal club planning and ideas. Amylee Udell, the Productive Mama, has just released a new course on starting a freezer meal club. The training can be found at the Productive Mama Blog site and covers how to start a club easily with detailed explanations of each club type, various approaches and optional ideas for each one.

Areas The Freezer Meal Club Guide covers include:

– How a freezer meal club can cut at least halve of dinner cooking time – and how to make freezer meals on a budget.

– Guidance on overcoming typical challenges – with useful tips on how to handle picky eaters, strict diets and even small freezers.

– Learning how to put together a club that works for anyone– receive guidance, start to finish, with a step-by-step procedures list for each club type.

For full details, interested parties are encouraged to view the website at

When asked about the reasons behind the decision to create a course on such an in-demand topic, Amylee Udell, the Productive Mama said,

“I have been so amazed and blessed by how much time, money and energy that my own freezer meal club participation has freed up for me that I feel compelled to share how to start and run a club with others, especially moms, so they can benefit, too. It has been so freeing to reduce my dinner cooking time so drastically while still feeding my family so well.”

The course, which is full of useful information for crockpot freezer meals, healthy freezer meals and freezer meals for new moms, includes an ebook, a recipe book, pre-formatted expense spreadsheets, flexible meal planner, sample cooking day plan, printables, worksheets and short, easy-to-follow video lessons.

The Freezer Meal Club Guide is also great for churches, MOMS Clubs, MOPS groups, PTAs, and works with food allergies and special diets.

Renee Bostick, a mother in South Dakota said, “I’m so thankful I was able to take this course. I have been wanting to simplify my cooking and not eat out as much for a long time; however, I get so overwhelmed by trying to do freezer meals by myself. I attempted once and it was a disaster. Also, knowing I have a meal to share with a family in need is a lot cheaper than buying a $20 lasagna at the grocery store or doing nothing at all. With a freezer cooking club, I can help my family and others, too!”

The find the most up-to-date information about the course at Customers who have specific questions about the course itself may contact Amylee Udell, the Productive Mama via her website.

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