52 Weeks of No-Repeat Meal Plans #13

Thanks for joining us for Week #13 of 52 Weeks of No-Repeat Meal Plans!  If you’re like many of us, sometimes its difficult to prepare meals at home each and every night when you have kid’s activities to plan around.  Now, it might be easy to throw it all out the window and go straight to the fast food drive-thru, but don’t!  When you’re making some of those dinners that you do have time for, double up the ingredients and make an extra meal if it is something that will freeze nicely.  I just put together 10 Amazing Freezer Meals that includes links to recipes that I’ve frozen and tested.   Some meals that are easy to freeze: spaghetti sauce, chili, soup, and many casseroles.
52 Weeks of No-Repeat Meal Plans from AllSheCooks.comDon’t forget other time-saving meal prep ideas like making a week’s worth of salads in mason jars, and storing fresh fruits and veggies in jars.  Keep your family healthy, save money, and try to stay away from eating out too many times per week.  We all splurge, but when food is ready and easy to prepare, it is less tempting to go out.

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Dinners

    1. Creamy Butternut Squash Rissoto
    2. Black Beans and Rice
    3. Italian Polenta with side salad
    4. Cheesy Leeks and Ham
    5. Cheeseburger Pie
    6. Spinach Tabbouleh
    7. Warm Chicken Noodle Salad

Breakfasts

Mushroom and Cheese Tart

  1. Mushroom and Cheese Tart
  2. Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon, Asparagus, and Goat Cheese
  3. Perfect Banana Muffins- this is one that I love making every 3-4 weeks or so.  My family absolutely loves them!
  4. Coconut Almond Breakfast Quinoa
  5. Blueberry Breakfast Grilled Cheese

Lunch

Chicken and Vegetable Chowder

  1. Chicken and Vegetable Chowder
  2. Chipotle Pork and Avocado Wrap
  3. Poor Man’s Soup (make and have leftovers for lunches for a couple days)

Snacks

Chocolate Clusters

  1. Chocolate Clusters
  2. Mini Greek Pizza Muffins
  3. Cinnamon Sugar Tortilla Chips

 

Jessica McCoy

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Comments

  1. says

    While looking for a homemade shower cleaning recipe I also found your “52 weeks of no-repeat meal-plans”. OMG, what an absolutely great idea!! My son is the single parent of my two grandchildren and is often at a loss as to what to make for dinner. So what do they do? Hit the fast food of course, which just bothers me to no end. This is EXACTLY what we need in my family!! From here on I will be looking forward to these meal planners!! Is there a way to get printable copies of past weekly meal planners and needed ingredients?? Please advise and I thank you so much for this service.

    • says

      Hi Flo! Your welcome! I’m always so happy to hear that people are finding our meal plans useful. Right now the only way to get the printable weekly meal planners and shopping lists is to subscribe and get them week by week. I will be putting together 3- 12 week eBooks and then a final 16 Week’s of No-Repeat Meal Plans. I have a few projects in the works right now, but that will be pretty easy to put together. Subscribing and getting the printables week-by-week is free, but the eBooks will be priced somewhere under $5.00 each. The eBooks will include meal plans that can be printed or viewed in PDF, that have click-able hyperlinks to each recipe. They will also have a grocery list for each meal weekly meal plan.

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