Category Archives: Weekly Meals

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-30 to 4-5

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-30 to 4-5

Hope you’re having a great week! We finished up the month of March with birthdays (which means too many meals we shouldn’t have had and too much cake or cupcakes). 🙁  It’s time to get back on our Whole30 meal plan again starting April 1. So, for 30 days, we will be having meals withContinue Reading

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-23 to 3-29

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-23 to 3-29

Spring has sprung but there is still a chill in the air (then again, I’m always cold, even in spring and summer). I’m holding on to one-pan plans and simple sautéed proteins until the temperature levels out and we can grill more often. Last week when we grilled, it snowed. So…. I give up onContinue Reading

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-16 to 3-22

Well, I’m looking forward to a treat day this week but not looking forward to the reason behind it. My youngest son is turning 15. Insert large sad face emoji here. Although, I am excited for him and proud of the young man he is becoming, it is sad to see how fast our kiddosContinue Reading

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-9 to 3-15

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-9 to 3-15

This has been a tiring week for me. I hope to recharge and feel normal again this coming week. I’ve incorporated a few grilled meals on the menu for this coming week. I hope that our weather will cooperate! Here’s this week’s meal plan: Thursday, 3-9: Grilled Pork Chops (no sauce! I season them with oliveContinue Reading

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-2 to 3-8

Weekly Meal Plan for 3-2 to 3-8

Well, the month of March is coming in like a lion where I live! It was warm and extremely windy today yesterday and there were threats of tornadoes in states near to us. I wish spring would begin its entry more on the mild side. Anyhow, I’m still looking forward to spring produce to useContinue Reading

Weekly Meal Plan for 2-23 to 3-1

Weekly Meal Plan for 2-23 to 3-1

Spring is coming! I really enjoy watching the change from winter to spring. After being cooped up inside during winter, most of us are ready for seeing new life growing around us. I’m also looking forward to spring and summer produce! Be on the lookout soon for my Facebook post regarding what’s in season forContinue Reading