Christmas is my favorite holiday. My very, very, very favorite of them all. We don’t go crazy with the celebrations, but we do throw a big Christmas Eve hot chocolate party for our friends and family. To get myself a little bit more organized this year, I put together some cute Christmas meal planning printables. Meal planning is ALWAYS more fun when it’s pretty, right?!
Fill out your meal plan, plug in your groceries, and TA-DA – you planned dinner! Take that, stress and chaos.
Download your Christmas Meal Planning Printable Here:
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Click here to get lots of festive holiday goodies, including a weekly meal planner, crafts, wall art, and more. And if you need some ideas for what to serve during the holidays, check out this great roundup of Christmas recipes here!
Don’t want to print it yourself? Get one of my Meal Planners here – these are awesome because you have enough meal planning pages for the entire year. They’re all in one place, and the best part is they the pages are perforated…so you can rip off your grocery list and take it with you to the store!
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OMG I love this! printing out now – you are so talented!
I love the idea of having the meal plan printable specially for Christmas but I’m wondering why there is a separate kids section? And why are the kids having mac and cheese on Christmas?
Hi Lyssa! I make a separate section for the kids as I want to make sure everyone has something they like to eat, and the kids don’t always eat the same food as us. When we host a large gathering, we might have grown-up food and more “kid-friendly” food for our littler visitors – of course, anyone can eat anything…but it helps me when I’m planning to think about all my guests (and we have a nephew with food allergies who has very specific needs…I like to make sure we have something that ALL of the kids can eat, that accomodates his diet, so he doesn’t feel left out).
As far as eating mac & cheese on Christmas goes…my mom makes an amazing mac & cheese recipe for every major holiday that the kids love! It’s actually for everyone – not just the kids – but I needed to put something in the “kids” section for the photos. 🙂
Hi Carrie! Thanks for this lovely freebie. I just wanted you to know that I featured it on my blog today.
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