I meal plan my dinners for seven nights every Friday, so I figured I'd pass along the work I do to help others!
Use my planning as a guide to help you plan meals, or use my plans as is.
Most meals I plan are vegetarian, plant-based or vegan, but when the recipes I choose aren't, I make adjustments to suit our dietary needs. You can do the same!
FYI: None of the following recipes in this post are sponsored.
All recipes I have listed are ones I’ve chosen to make myself.
Also, none of the products in this post are sponsored either.
All products are chosen by myself based on my family’s health needs.
Here are links to the meals I plan to create for dinner for the week of Saturday, 12/29 to Friday, 1/4
Anything But Basic Veggie Pizza via ME!
Crustless Egg Rollin’ Rollin’ Rollin’ Hoisin Bowls via ME! (Vegan!)
Chickpea Pasta with Chili-Butter Tomato Sauce via Naturally Ella
Million Dollar Spaghetti via Sugar Apron (I’ve made this a few times in the past year and have altered it quite a bit to suit our dietary needs…..which means….my own version of the recipe is coming soon!)
Springtime Crock Pot Minestrone Soup via How Sweet Eats (I’ll be using vegan parm to top ours)
Black Pepper and Thyme Crusted Tofu via Olives for Dinner
Dessert: Chocolate Lasagna via Ela Vegan (I’ll be using a brownie mix from Annie’s and chocolate frosting from Wholesome in order to speed up the prep process. This will cancel out the vegan portion of the dessert, but will still keep it organic and low on dairy for our dietary needs).
Need more meal plans already created for you? Check out Carolyn's Daily Dishes for a weekly list of "what's cookin'" in my home, plus links to the recipes!
Want to know more about meal planning? Check out this Tips and Tricks guide to see how I meal plan. Use my ideas or be inspired by them!
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