Ignore the fact that it’s Tuesday… I scheduled this post wrong. No excuses…
We’re not doing anything too exciting this week as far as meals. I am going through one of the spurts where I don’t want to be creative in the kitchen. I want quick and easy and as few complaints as usual. Some of the recipes are new-to-us but still fairly basic.
- Meatless: rice noodles with veggie stirfry and veggie spring rolls (I’ll shortcut these with a box of frozen PC spring rolls)
- Green chicken & rice (from The Sugar Smart Cookbook for Kids – I was given a digital copy to review via NetGalley in exchange for my reviews – hard to review without testing out some recipes!) We’ll serve with steamed mixed veggies
- Kaleb’s pick – soft tacos or burritos or something similar
- Justin’s pick – salmon burgers (from the Yum & Yummer cookbook) with cucumber mango salad (these are a holdover from last week that we didn’t get to!)
- Teriyaki boneless chicken bites, hand cut fries, veggie sticks
- leftover ingredient day – mashed potatoes or twice baked potatoes with whatever meat and veggies we still have hanging out in the freezer and/or fridge – a pretty basic variation of meat & potatoes
At some point in the week, I’ll also make a pear & cheddar crisp (recipe also from The Sugar Smart Cookbook for Kids.) We don’t often do dessert, but it’s a nice treat once in a while.
What are your go-to classics or shortcut (but still healthy-ish) meals when you’re just not wanting to put in extra effort?
2 thoughts on “Meal Plan Monday: February 18 Edition”
Simmer miso and chicken stock with whatever bit of veggies leftover in fridge: a couple sliced mushrooms, green onion, a few spinach leaves. Add frozen wontons and heat through for 5-6 minutes, finish by swirling in a beaten egg. It’s a hybrid eggflower-wonton soup that’s fast, filling and flexible.