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This Week's Meal Plan


What's on your menu this week? I always like seeing everyone's meal plans.

I'm in a group text with several girls (many who are or were Charlotte bloggers you may follow!) and we're constantly chatting. A topic of conversations most Sundays is what is on everyone's menu for the week. It's a great way to get ideas!

So here's what we had or will be having:

SUNDAY
Sunday night we went easy and light since we'd had a big weekend in the mountains of "splurgey" food -- barbecue, burgers, Mexican food. I bought a bagged chopped salad from Harris Teeter (it was on sale for $3) and added in pre-cooked chicken slices from the freezer section and some sliced red onion. Done. 

That pre-cooked chicken is also awesome for toddler meals.


The chopped salad has cilantro in it and a cilantro pepita dressing which is delicious. Here's what the bag looks like for any of you local readers who shop at HT!

MONDAY
Slow Cooker Italian Lemon Chicken - recipe HERE (this was so easy and delicious!)
Giada's Lemony White Bean and Arugula Salad - recipe HERE (big fans here)



TUESDAY
Leftover Italian Lemon Chicken
Roasted Carrots
Arugula salad with bacon, feta, walnuts, apples

WEDNESDAY
Barbecue ribs (my mom's recipe -- delicious!)
Cheesy cauliflower bake -- recipe HERE
Green beans

THURSDAY
Ian - wing night
April - delicious leftovers

FRIDAY
Pizzzzzzzzza

SATURDAY
Ian's birthday! TBD!

A cookbook that I've been really enjoying lately is Homemade by Clodagh McKenna. You've probably seen it displayed in my kitchen if you follow me on Snapchat. I made a delicious sauteed spinach recipe from it recently! Plus, it's just pretty on display. :) 


So, dish -- what's on your menu this week?

13 comments:

  1. Love these types of posts! I have beef in the crockpot right now for beef and noodles. Stew meat, onion powder, beef broth and pepper cooked on low for 8 hours, then move to the stovetop, add in reames egg noodles and cook until noodles are done. Super easy and delicious!

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  2. Putting that white bean salad and lemony chicken on our menu for next week. Yum!

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  3. I love seeing other people's meal plans! This week I am doing a quiche, Turkey tacos, and using a ham bone for navy beans and rice-one of my faaaavorite fall sups

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  4. I love arugula salads with white beans! I sometimes mix in artichokes too! I'm making your bbq shrimp this week :)

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  5. I love it when blog friends share their meal plans . . . it makes it so easy to just try those ideas too! Thank you!

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  6. I love these posts! That cheesy cauliflower bake - yummy.

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  7. Lemon chicken and that salad is happening tonight at our house! Thank you!

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  8. We have a few standard meals that our kids love and are in heavy rotation, one of those is these super simple pulled pork tacos (http://heylittlemomma.blogspot.com/2016/10/taco-monday.html).

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  9. What brand of frozen chicken slices do you buy? I never go into the store anymore since I do pick up and I want to buy the right one online. Thanks! Our menu this week is pumpkin chili, salmon with green bean casserole (I usually serve this with your mashed cauliflower once a week but I had these ingredients on hand), and chicken pot pie. With the cold weather I'm loving anything warm and that makes leftovers :) Thanks for sharing your weekly meals, I always love your recipes!

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  10. I just posted a similar theme on the blog today - we recently did meatloaf cups with mashed potato icing (great for portion control), a fab white bean chicken chili soup in the slow cooker and then stuffed peppers carved to look like little pumpkins that miss A loved! I'm definitely trying your ribs by the way! Yum!

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  11. I LOVE these kinds of posts! Thanks for the meal ideas... I'm going to try the crockpot lemon chicken soon :)

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  12. I posted one yesterday too! Complete with recipes!

    http://alanandcrystal.blogspot.com/2016/10/menu-plan-tuesday.html

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