Hands up who hates cooking dinner? Well, we have a little hack for you … cook it, or at least prep for it, in the morning – when it’s not witching hour and you’re on your final straw.
By Charlotte Cruz
Cooking dinner can be a real challenge when you have small kids running around the house.
You’re trying to keep them entertained, fed, and out of trouble, all while trying to whip up something tasty for dinner. It’s no wonder that dinnertime can feel like chaos!
But here’s a little secret: cooking dinner in the morning can be a real game-changer!
“You can take your time and enjoy the process of cooking without feeling like you’re racing against the clock.”
You’ll have more time to spend with your little ones in the evenings, and you’ll feel much less stressed when dinner time rolls around.
It’s a win-win
Think about it: mornings are generally calmer than evenings. You can take your time and enjoy the process of cooking without feeling like you’re racing against the clock.
Plus, you can make healthier choices because you’re not tempted to grab something quick and easy just to get dinner on the table.
Another big perk of cooking in the morning is that it means less cleanup in the evening. You can cook and clean up in the morning. Leaving your kitchen looking spick and span, and giving you more time to relax and enjoy the company of your loved ones.
So if you’re tired of feeling frazzled at dinnertime, why not give morning cooking a try? You might just find that it’s the perfect solution to your dinnertime chaos!