Meal Plan 2.0

Happy Friday! The weekend is ahead and we truly hope everyone has moments of rest and joy! Here is a meal plan for the week ahead. We hope you find something you love!

Monday: Lasagna Soup! This recipe is courtesy of our favorite workout programming, Madeline Moves. Its super easy, and full of flavor. I used whatever pasta shape I had on hand and we didn’t feel the need for the mozzarella so modify to your liking! I doubled for leftover lunches 🙂

Tuesday: Taco night!! You know the drill. See week one of meal plans for my favorite way to make guacamole or watch it in action on our IG account in this reel!

Wednesday: Baked salmon with roasted sweet potatoes and roasted broccoli. This is a no recipe meal for me. I prefer the wild Alaskan Sockeye salmon and right now I love using the Trader joes pickle seasoning on it but use what you love! I throw it in the oven at 375 for about 20 minutes. I also dice up the sweet potatoes, toss with olive oil and salt and roast them at the same time for just a bit longer, maybe about 30 min depending on the side of your dice. You guessed it….the broccoli goes in too with some olive oil, salt and pepper! So if you have one of those really big sheet pans (I have this one!) you could roast the salmon and broccoli all on one pan!

Thursday: Buffalo chicken, sweet potato mash, cauliflower rice and salad. It is essentially this recipe but I like to mash the sweet potatoes and we love to drizzle a bit of ranch dressing because we are weanies with the hot stuff at our house! Add a salad and you have a super yum meal!

Friday: Pizza night! Sometimes you press the easy button. I’m planning for one this week!

Saturday: Chicken Tikka Masala, Coconut rice and roasted asparagus. This is what I call semi homemade! You can buy the Chicken Tiki Masala at Costco but I also grab it at our local grocery store. I feel like it has a lot of sauce so I buy some chicken breast and add it in to bulk it up a bit. For the rice I use the coconut rice portion of the recipe here (the entire recipe is super yum too!) and you may not want to make normal rice again after this. Roast your asparagus (or veggie of choice) to round it out. I simply break mine off, drizzle with olive oil, add salt and pepper and broil it for 5 minutes!

Weekend treat: Fudgy Tripple Chocolate and Paleo Brownies. These are what my girls call mom’s brownies. Kimberly and I love this recipe because they are really fudgy if you do as she says. They are not super sweet and as a bonus they are grain free. Its a favorite mom treat for us both!

Sunday morning breakfast: Apple Dutch baby Have you ever had a dutch baby pancake?? This is a 2023 discovery for me and we absolutely love this recipe! It is SO easy and feels a bit magical and its just delicious. The one modification I make is that I sprinkle half the cinnamon and sugar mixture onto the apples in the bottom of the pan before I pour the batter over. Then I sprinkle the rest of the cinnamon and sugar! Try it! And if you have big eaters or several kiddos to feed, double it and make it in a big ole pan! I serve mine with some chicken breakfast sausage (our favorite brand is Applegate farms).

Happy cooking!



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