We're back for week 2 of making your lives way easier with another a meal plan! It's your one stop shop for dinners! And if you're like me, you'll take the leftovers in for lunch the following day! That way nothing goes to waste and you're set for meals Sunday dinner - Friday night! Let's do it!
Sunday - Chicken Enchiladas Verde are the name of the game. And keep your fingers crossed for leftovers. These are legit!
Monday - Dinner in under 20 minutes - Beef Chili!
Tuesday - Avocado and Kale Faux Caesar is happening for tuesday dinner - just add some protein if you want!
Wednesday - Whip out the indoor grill pan and make these chicken shish kebabs with your favorite side salad!
Thursday - All about this Baked Fish with Feta and Tomatoes
Friday is all about this Rigatoni with Broccolini and Sausage which will legit blow your mind!
For breakfast this week we're going with soft scrambles all week long! Will just change up the herbs I add daily from chives to basil to tarragon!
and if you need a little sweet treat and you didn't give up sugar for the new year resolution game (I did for 12 hours and then I failed miserably) you should make my dads kitchen sink cookies!
Great ideas. Good photos. I like the simplicity. I'm thinking of doing something similar on my blog and working on ideas for how I would do that.
Working full time means I have to be organized. Meal planning ahead is essential to keeping my week less stressful. I can shop for ingredients today on Sunday. I Prep what I can ahead. when I get home from work during the week I can jump in and get it done. Thank you Gabby for helping make this easier! I enjoy your recipes and so does my family. It helps us enjoy a home cooked meal with fresh ingredients instead of eating fast food
I just came across your cooking blog, and girl I am so happy I did! This will change our household eating for years to come! Thanks!
What a delicious looking meal plan!! That turkey tortilla soup sounds so yummy and different! I can't wait to try it out!
The lasagna is amazing. I have always wanted to make bechamel but was afraid. I used white wine instead of red. Wow...soooooo good. Game changer!
Great! I’ve done several of your recipes and love them!! Would love to see some asian/thai/fusion inspired dishes on the blog!! Like tuna tartare or sesamee seared tuna or maybe some thai noodles!! Keep up the good work!
this tortilla soup is amazing, I only put the corn in when I can find it fresh and local (what a snob I am) but this soup is delish and soooo easy to make....which I do once a month. Thx Gaby....!!!
What a great way to start the week!
These plans are awesome - thank you!!
Is there any way you could post a combined weekly shopping list with it?
working on it!
Great ideas! Not too elaborate for a non-cook like me.
How about smaller dishes? The lasagna is great but after two or three meals I am ready to pitch it!
roger that! stick it in the freezer for another week 🙂
Love it, love it, love it! Also making your Black Bean and Sweet Potato Chili thus week. Been dying to make it ever since your snapisode. Keep the weekly meal plans coming!
So much good stuff! I love all of it.
Great variety! Not only are dinners made easy, but I love not having to thing about lunches!!