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.
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For Meatless Monday, we’ll be trying these Greek Chickpea Burgers at Connoisseurus Veg. (Awesome name, right?) Chickpeas are a great substitute for chicken or turkey when making plant-based meals, and they will work perfectly with the Greek spices in this recipe. I’m predicting no leftovers on these.
If you have a busy night this week or just want a stress-free dinner, then plan on these Sheet Pan Pork Chops recipe from Girl Gone Gourmet. One pan, minimal cleanup, and a dinner the whole family will like. We’d slice the pork for our kids and serve with ketchup, because it’s always better with ketchup.
We’re trying to cut back on the carbs, but I do love lasagna soup in the winter. So when I spotted this Paleo Whole30 Lasagna Soup at Real Food with Jessica I knew we’d have to try it.
Fajitas are a smart way to sneak some extra veggies into my kids’ dinner, and this 20-minute Chili Lime Sheet Pan Fajitas recipe at Call Me PMC was speaking right to me because, ahem, 20 minutes. Can’t be easier.
Every once in a while we like to take it easy and go with breakfast for dinner, but this week, while the kids are devouring their pancakes, plan on making a slightly more sophisticated Quiche Lorraine for yourself. This recipe from Life, Love and Good Food can be prepped ahead of time (yay for make-ahead recipes!) and kept in the refrigerator until you’re ready to bake.
Since grapefruits are in season right now, I couldn’t resist including a healthy dessert idea this week: Baked Grapefruit 3 Ways with a recipe from Ginger with Spice. Toppings like honey, vanilla, and ginger make these a real treat without any of the dessert guilt.