This week, we have another round of weekly meal plan recommendations, with easy, low-stress meals your whole family will enjoy. These five recipes will get you through this week ahead easily and deliciously.

So grab a pen, make your shopping list, and stock up on ingredients before the weekend’s over to make your weeknights that much easier.

And if it’s even easier for you to do all that planning from your inbox, be sure to sign up for our weekly meal plan emails. You’ll love them, promise!

At top:  Cheeseburger Sloppy Joes at Celebrating Sweets; Chili con Carne at The Seasoned Mom

Related: A super easy pork tenderloin recipe the kids will love

Weekly meal plan: Hannukah dinner, including our favorite potato latkes | Photo (c) Stacie Billis for Cool Mom Picks

Monday is Hanukkah, and we want to wish Chag Sameach to our Jewish readers! You’ll, of course, want to be whipping up some of our favorite potato latkes for your dinner Monday night. But also take a look at some of the clever twists on traditional Hanukkah recipes that Caroline found. These may become your new family favorites.

Weekly meal plan: Indian Spiced Chicken at Boozy Oyster

One of my most successful methods of introducing new flavors to my kids is to add unexpected spices to their familiar foods, and this Indian-spiced roast chicken at Boozy Oyster is a great example. First of all, there is no booze in this recipe — just spicy, sweet Indian flavors that your kids will love. Even if you have to let them dip it in ketchup to try it first.

Weekly meal plan: Cheeseburger Sloppy Joes at Celebrating Sweets

Mmm, how good do these melty Cheeseburger Sloppy Joes at Celebrating Sweets look? The recipe calls for ground beef but you could also use ground turkey or even “beefless” grounds for a vegetarian alternative that your kids probably won’t even notice. Serve with some fruit and chips for an easy, kid-approved dinner.

Weekly meal plan: Chicken Enchiladas at Jernej Kitchen

Prep these Easy Chicken Enchiladas at Jernej Kitchen while the kids are napping or at school, then stick them in the oven at the last minute for a home cooked meal that feels like no work.

Weekly meal plan: Chili Con Carne at The Seasoned Mom

It’s absolutely chili weather now, and this Chili con Carne at The Seasoned Mom is great because the recipe works for the slow cooker or the stovetop — so you can let it simmer all day or pull it together last minute. Add your favorite toppings, slather some butter on your cornbread, and invite friends to join you for a perfect winter dinner in.

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