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This is a crowd-pleasing meal plan this week! My kids will enjoy dinner every night! I’m going to keep telling myself that until I believe it! LOL! No really…actually…these are a lot of our favorite recipes. Tonight, in celebration of Cinco de Mayo, we’ll have shredded chicken tacos, and the kids really like them! I’ll have to blog about my Spanish quinoa soon. I make this instead of Spanish rice, and nobody even complained about it! I’m going to have a little more time on my hands this week than I did last week, thank goodness! I’ll be able to spend a little more time in the kitchen. Hopefully not TOO much time though. 🙂
I’m starting Insanity this week, which I’ve built up in my head to be this super, crazy, impossible thing that is hard, intense and demoralizing. I am hoping that the more I convince myself of this, the more relieved I will be to learn that it is not the case. I will do the fit test tomorrow, so we’ll see how it goes. I’ll keep you posted!
Here it is. Not too much to say about it other than…it’s an ambitious plan for this week! I’m heading out to the grocery store in just a few to make sure that I have all of the ingredients I’ll need to get it done!
This is a less than exciting plan this week, but it was a busy weekend, so I just went with some tried and true recipes. Friday nights are always Friday Family Fun Night at our house, and my daughter wants “breakfast dinner”. I’ll likely make some protein pancakes for me and whoever wants them, and another batch of the old-fashioned sort that she likes.
Other than that…it’s a bunch of repeats and things that I know are quick, crowd-pleasers. I’ll try to find some new, fun recipes for next week. I like to keep a blank copy of the meal plan out and accessible throughout the week, so that when I’m inspired, I can quick jot it down before I forget.
I hope your meals are planned for the week, and that your week is a good one. 🙂
I find myself eating basically the same things for breakfast, lunch and snacks. So rather than type it over and over again, I’m just going to show you that depending on what’s in the fridge, and what we’re doing for the day, I’m going to grab one of the options above. 🙂
I don’t even have much more to say anything about this week’s plan except that I hope you find it useful!
So HERE is the meal plan for this upcoming week. I’m still trying to figure out what is the best method to share this, but for now this will do. If you click on the image above, it should bring up a printable page, linked to the recipes that I plan to use throughout the week. Now, there is always some wiggle-room here, but this is the outline I intend to work with for the week. Last week, I stuck with everything on the plan until Friday, when we were supposed to have baked tilapia, and then we found out that friends were coming for dinner. I had to change the plans because there wouldn’t have been enough for everyone. Instead, I made the whole wheat pizza recipe, also on my site here. It’s a family friendly, crowd-pleasing recipe that takes a little effort, but makes for a fun dinner to share because everyone can get involved in the process.
To prepare for this weeks meals, I’ll be doing a little prepping and pre-cooking. I’ll grill up a couple of chicken breasts for salads/wraps. I plan to make up some homemade Larabars, a cheaper and healthier alternative to store-bought, pre-wrapped snack bars. I probably cook up some quinoa, too, to use in various salads and sides. Just a little work now makes the week go so much more smoothly!