Meal Plan 14.0

Another week down another week to go to feed all the people. We hope this helps to give you a little more simplicity about feeding your family. We try hard to make well rounded meals on the daily, but sometimes we have hard evenings and pivot with a frozen pizza 🙂 Give yourself some grace about feeding your family and enjoy what you do.

Monday: Grilled Chicken Salad Bar, This meal is one of my summer favs especially for hosting friends. The hint of warmer weather had me craving a good salad. Grill some chicken and chop up all the salad toppings you want. I personally like, hardboiled eggs, bacon, cheese, avocados, cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers, and black olives. Can’t forget the Ranch! When I was pregnant with my 4th, all I wanted was a grilled chicken salad with Ranch. My co-workers thought I had lost my mind. My norm was usually a balsamic vinaigrette but my 4th baby changed all of that and I still want Ranch to this day 🙂

Tuesday: Taco Tuesday or Nacho Tuesday is what I have been craving lately. I simply love the Siete Maiz Lime Chips found at your local grocer. Top with left over grilled chicken, beans, guac, sour cream, salsa and you hit the jackpot! I will say that I have discovered Good Culture makes the best sour cream. Along with their cottage cheese and cream cheese. Can’t go wrong with Good Culture Products.

Wednesday: Deer steak or back straps with coconut rice and roasted asparagus or broccoli. Do any of ya’ll have deer in the freezer? We usually have a friend “catch” us a deer each year so it is nice to pull out of the freezer. I put the steaks in the crockpot with some coconut aminos and cook on low all day. They fall apart similar to a roast and pair deliciously with rice and veggies. Deer is a good lean source of protein.

Thursday: Soccer night for us so we won’t be home till after 6. This is usually the easy button kids night for me and the hubs and I eat leftovers. Chicken nuggets, baked beans, and fresh fruit/veggies make a complete meal for my kiddos. Sometimes I just have to make sure the kids get fed and we sit with them at dinner regardless if we are not eating at the same time.

Friday: Salmon Edamame bowls with peanut sauce. Bake the salmon, steam the rice or make rice noodles and edamame, slice cucumbers and carrots, top with sauce. High protein, good omega 3’s from the salmon, and good fat from peanut sauce. I love peanut sauce or anything with peanut butter. I bet I could have won a prize for the most jars of peanut butter eaten in college 😉

Weekend treat: No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies This is a classic made over. Did you ever call them cow pies? Counterintuitive I know, but you know what I’m talking about. I could eat a whole pan of these, or rather just spoon it out of the pan! I have all of these ingredients on hand at all times, so this is an easy one for us if we want something.



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Meal Plan 14.0

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