Welcome to Thrive at Five Weekly Meal Plan February Week #7! 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 7
Green Chili Black Bean Corn Chowder – a delicious, thick corn chowder that’s made even more wonderful with roasted green chilies, black beans, cheddar cheese and a dollop of sour cream.
This Lemon Chicken Noodle Soup is hearty, robust and made with love! You are going to heart this twist on the classic so much that you’ll say goodbye to Plain Jane noodle soups forever!
All the goodness of take out made in your own kitchen with a healthy spin. This Skinny Orange Chicken has tender bites of chicken bursting with sweet and tangy orange, ginger, and other Asian flavors and will leave you satisfied. Better than take out if you ask me!
Serve up this flavorful one-pot Mexican Chicken, Rice and Veggie Casserole for dinner tonight! It’s healthy and delicious and clean-up is a breeze.
This Sheet Pan Skinny Chicken Parm with broccoli and cauliflower is a lighter low carb, gluten free dinner that’s ready in 30 minutes!
Rich, dense and fudgy, this chocolate molten lava cake topped with a sweet and refreshing raspberry sorbet is the perfect dessert to enjoy any day.
An extremely useful recipe, nutritious and with many uses. Tuck feta and broad bean dip into sandwiches, pile it onto crackers as a snack, or even serve it warm as an easy side dish.