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Bullet Journal Recipe and Grocery List Spreads

For those you have followed my blog over the past year, then you will know that I started the Low FODMAP diet in May in order to reset my gut to stop the stomach aches that I was having every time I ate. Making significant changes in my diet caused me to have to find new recipes to make. During this time I also moved into my first apartment and started cooking for myself. I came up with a few bullet journal recipe lists and grocery list spreads that I find helpful and inspiring.

As I have mentioned before on the blog I plan digitally, using an iPad and the application GoodNotes and Bargain Depot Stylus 2 Pack from Amazon. Currently I am still using GoodNotes 4. If you are curious to why I plan digitally you should check out my blog post Switching to a Digital Planner-Paperless Planning.

Recipes To Try

The first every food related spread that I made aside from my daily food logs, was a recipes to try spread. Since I love trying new recipes I thought why not create a list on the recipes that I want to try and keep track on the ones that I have made. This spread inspires me to want to make new recipes in order for me to add it to the list. The design for this spread is influenced by handwritten family recipes and to make lists that are stuck to the refrigerator. Now that this spread is almost complete I will have to design a new one. Make sure you follow my Instagram to see when I post a new one. 

Favorite Recipes

This next spread is one that I do not use as often because I now have all of my favorite recipes saved into a board on my Pinterest. Even though this spread is not the most used spread in my bullet journal, others like you might find it to be extremely helpful. I kept this spread simple with a minimal color scheme, simple fonts and two crockpot stickers. For those who will be using this spread more often they might want to jazz is up a bit according to their journaling style.

Daily Food Log

Even though I mention this every time I post a blog post about weekly spreads, I include a daily food log in all of my weekly spreads. I started tracking my food when I went Low FODMAP and have continued to do so since then. This image is from the week of March 4-10 and shows what a filled out daily food log looks like for me. As you can see I meal prep and eat the same this everyday. This works for me. 

All In One

For this spread I combined the daily food log, grocery list and recipes into one spread. I would recommend this spread to those who are meal prepping or planning a family dinner or holiday meal. This spread is great because it have everything you need all on one page. Another idea for a grocery list is to organize them the way I do my packing spreads, Bullet Journal Packing Lists.

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