Let’s face it. Feeding a family day in and day out can be exhausting, not to mention expensive! Carving out a little bit of time once per week to cook ahead of time may save you tons of time and hundreds of dollars. Sometimes batch cooking refers to cooking the basics in large amounts to eat all week and it sometimes refers to prepping and freezing large amounts of fully assembled dinners. Consider thinking beyond your evening meal, too. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks should be considered when you’re filling your fridge with ready-to-eat sustenance. But trust us — it’s worth the positive impact on your sanity and your wallet. Take a look at these recipes to cook once eat all week.