“Real Food Meets Reality” Menu Plan: January 25-31


"Real Food Meets Reality" Menu Plan

A major key to eating healthier and saving money is meal planning. When I plan my meals, I feel less stress throughout the week, spend less time and money at the grocery store, and usually serve my family a fairly well-rounded diet throughout the week. My hope is that my mostly “real food” meal plans each Saturday will help you do the same!

Dinner

Sunday: Homemade Chicken Nuggets*, mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, Crock Pot Cinnamon Apples

*Double the nugget recipe and use leftover chicken to top the Cobb Salad on Tuesday night.

Monday10 Minute Tortilla Soup, chips/raw veggies with Creamy Avocado Dip, grapes

TuesdayChicken Cobb Salad, fruit salad (Note: For picky eaters, serve the salad ingredients separately.)

Wednesday: Breakfast for dinner: Baked Oatmeal*, scrambled eggs, pear slices

*Double and freeze the extras as a Freezer Meal for the future.

Thursday: Leftovers/clean out the fridge night

FridaySlow Cooker Whole Wheat Spinach Lasagna, Wheat Rolls, green beans, apple slices

Saturday: Pork Tenderloin with Seasoned Rub, Oven Fries, steamed baby carrots, mixed berries

Breakfast Ideas:

Banana Brownie Waffles

Baked Egg Cups (maybe on whole wheat English muffins)

Breakfast Cookies*

*Double and freeze the extras as a Freezer Meal for the future.

Snacks:

Powerball Cookies

banana boats (hollow out like a canoe and fill with peanut/almond butter or cream cheese)

frozen peas (seriously…my kids love these)

Free Printable Menu Planner

Here’s an easy way to get started on saving money and eating healthier–download our free printable menu planner!

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