Choose the same day each week to plan a week’s worth of breakfast, lunch, and dinner for your family.
Save previous menus. That way, you can use them when planning current or future meals. It’s a real time-saver.
Buy food at its lowest prices when possible. Preserve it for later us by canning, freezing, or drying it.
When Prophet Muhammad raised the food to his mouth, he would say, “Al-hamdu lillaahi hamdan katheeran tayyiban mubaarakan feehi ghayri makfiyyin wa laa muwadda’ wa laa mustaghni ’anhu Rabbanaa ’azza wa jall (Allaah be praised with an abundant, beautiful, blessed praise. He is the One Who is Sufficient, Who feeds and is never fed, The One Who is longed for, along with that which is with Him, and the One Who is needed. He is Our Lord, may He be glorified).
Food and Eating Habits According to the Sunnah. Imaam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (d.751H)
Weekly Meal Planning Sheet
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