Welcome to Thrive at Five Weekly Meal Plan - Week #3! I don’t know about y’all but sometime I find that the daily dinner option has become a dilemma. If you find that the dreaded dinner dilemma has gotten you down, then y’all have come to the right place!
Solving the Dinnertime Dilemma~
Dinnertime in my home is crazy; literally it’s chaotic. When dinnertime rolls around, kids are coming in from school, you or the partner in crime maybe coming home from work, or you’re chauffeuring kids around (like me from one practice to another just to turn back around and pick her up again). It’s insane y’all! That’s why I highly suggest having a meal plan in place. Highly suggest, who am I kidding? If I didn’t have a weekly meal plan my family would end up living off fast food.
Now y’all, I know, it takes time to set that up, but that’s where I come in. I’ll have it all done for you, right here! Y’all I am so excited - I’m collaborating with some fabulous bloggers to bring you a weekly meal plan that has some super delicious dishes to solve your dinner time dilemma, plus a few extras that’ll make y’all look like a rock star in the kitchen!
How It Works~
Every Friday, we’ll have a weekly 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!
Need an easy weeknight meal with a dash of gourmet? This Rustic Harvest Vegetable Pizza will become your go-to! Better than take out and faster than delivery. Change up the toppings for a new pizza every week!
In under 30 minutes this yummy and Incredibly Easy Asian Baked Salmon can go from fridge to table. Best part is this recipe creates a juicy, flaky salmon fillet. More time to make an upscale cocktail!
This Sheet Pan Honey BBQ Chicken Dinner with carrots and roasted potatoes is ready in just 30 minutes and is super easy to prepare. Clean-up is easy too!
Quinoa Stuffed Bell Peppers – Loaded with quinoa cooked in chicken stock, spices, black beans, corn and cheeses – but it becomes even more delectable once it's stuffed into sweet bell peppers and roasted to perfection. Sure, to be a hit with meat-lovers and vegetarians alike!
Filled with chicken, beans, veggies and great spices, this Slow Cooker Taco Chicken Chili is hearty, spicy and full of flavor.
The BEST way to eat Brussels Sprouts is to roast them! This Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe is so simple, yet so delicious. Even kids like it!
Bored with baking the same old chocolate chip cookie? Try these Peanut Butter & Cocoa Nib Oaty Cookies for a change. The cocoa nibs add a chocolatey crunch without the added sugar.
By now y’all should know my families love of pumpkin recipes. If not, well, just know that we LOVE them! There’s so many ways you can incorporate pumpkin into your cooking and baking to come up with delicious foods! This past weekend we came up with these amazing Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins!