It’s time to start thinking about your meal plan for next week. From a dreamy twist on burrito bowls to Skinny Fettuccine Alfredo, we’ve got five weeknight dinners that will get you through the week ahead. So grab a pen, make your shopping list, and stock up before the weekend’s over. And if it’s easier for you to do that from your inbox, be sure to sign up for our weekly meal plan emails.
I’m so intrigued by this Halloumi Burrito Bowl with Roasted Potatoes at Naturally Ella. If you’re not familiar with Halloumi, it’s a Greek cheese that grills to perfection. I can totally imagine how it would work beautifully in this simple and hearty #MeatlessMonday meal. Can’t wait to try it!
Summer, winter, spring, or fall: Sometimes you just need a big, creamy bowl of pasta. But let’s be honest, it’s harder to feel good about it in the summer when you have to get into a bathing suit the next day. This Skinny Fettuccine Alfredo, which you can find on my site, One Hungry Mama, is my answer. There’s even a video so you can see how easy it is to make. And if you hop on over to the One Hungry Mama YouTube channel, you’ll see TONS of folks who have made this and love it as much as my family does.
These Korean Steak Kebabs at Gimme Some Oven couldn’t be easier, but you have to plan ahead a wee bit. All of the flavor in these comes from a sauce in which the steak has to marinade for anywhere from 30 minutes to 8 hours. Once you get that going, though, making these is as easy as cooking gets.
I know the instinct is to throw everything on the grill this time of year, but this Baked Salmon with Creamy Leeks at Viktoria’s Table is calling my name. It’s dead simple, with only seven fresh ingredients aside from the salmon, and decadent while still feeling light — which I love in my summer eats.
Well, Chungah at Damn Delicious has done it again. These cheesy Pepperoni Pizza Sliders are an easy, make-ahead if you want dinner that the whole family will love. I mean, right? Make a big pan and let the kids eat outside while playing until the sun goes down, because summer.