Welcome to Thrive at Five Weekly Meal Plan Week #36
If the daily dinner dilemma has gotten you down, you’ve come to the right place!
SOLVING THE DINNERTIME DILEMMA~
Dinnertime in my home is crazy; literally it’s chaotic. That’s why I highly suggest having a meal plan in place. Highly suggest, who am I kidding? If I didn’t have a meal plan my family would end up living off fast food. Plus it keeps me from having to go shopping multiple times during the week and saves me money!
HOW IT WORKS~
If this is your first time visiting, welcome! Every Friday, we’ll have a meal plan posted for you use the following week. We’ll share 5 main dish recipes, along with some surprises. Maybe it’ll be a side dish, or dessert, even breakfast or a snack. Anything scrumptious that we think you need to know about.
So whatcha y’all say? Let’s get to it!
Meal Plan Week 36
Spicy Garlic and zesty lime come together beautifully to create a flavor you won’t soon forget. Garlic Lime Chicken Breasts are easy to make, yet super versatile in the way you serve them. What are you waiting for? Fire up that grill!
If you love hot, cheesy potato pierogies then you’ll love this Cheesy Pierogi Lasagna with bacon and chives! It’s everything you love in a pierogi but in the perfect potluck-friendly casserole.
Wisconsin Beer Brats – the essence of football tailgating – and us Cheeseheads got this recipe down to an art! Beer braised, browned on the grill and topped with a heaping load of sauerkraut and a drizzle of mustard.
These deliciously cheesy baked Italian meatballs are a snap to make, and perfect served over pasta for a quick and easy dinner.
These Grilled Lamb Lollipops makes a great dish to feed the whole family. Deliciously juicy lamb chops, seared to perfection served with a sweet spring pea and lemon dip.
Move over popcorn; there’s a new snack kid in town! Roasted Rosemary Hazelnuts are as addicting as popcorn, and they’re good for you too.
Roasted Peaches with Brown Sugar and Rosemary – Tender peaches sprinkled with brown sugar and roasted on rosemary sprigs to create a sweet and floral syrup. The perfect dessert for the late summer and early fall evenings. Add a dollop of thick cream and enjoy the sweet yielding fragrant fruit.