I love to cook. Especially during the holiday season. I have a routine on Thanksgiving morning where I am the ﬁrst one to get out of bed. I brew a pot of coffee and then I get to work baking pies. The smell of pumpkin & pecans ﬁll the house and everyone wakes up looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner later that afternoon.
I also have another routine that takes place during this time of year-and it's one that I'm not too fond of: trying to ﬁnd the recipe cards for the Pumpkin & Pecan Pies and all of the other recipes I only make during Thanksgiving and Christmas. Wouldn't it be great to have all of these recipes, everything from your grandmother's chestnut stufﬁng to your aunt's sugar cookies-all in one place? I mean how nice would it be NOT to have to pull out 15 recipe books before you ﬁnd that tried-and-true recipe for green bean casserole everybody loves?
Last week I shared with you how I organized my addresses in my Christmas Planner. IF you missed that post, you can read it here. Let me show you how I am putting an end to the yearly "Holiday Recipe Scavenger Hunt," by organizing them in the same planner!
The planner has its own recipe section:
In this spread you can see there is 6x8 full-page recipe card with space for a photo to be placed. On the other side, the pocket pages hold a 3x4 recipe title card and a 4x6 card to write the recipe on. And of course there is a pocket for a photo of the food!
Here is another spread with a fun ﬁller card:
There are a few other features in the recipe section of this planner, too! Want to see more? Want to hear about some other ways I organize for the holidays? Then join me and Tiffany Emanuel from Scrapaneers.com on Tuesday, October 27th at 9pm for a webinar! I'll share with you my 3 favorite ways I use this planner to keep my sanity throughout the Christmas season. Click on the link below the image to register today!