Weekly meal plan
Nov 1 2020
I cannot twelve it is November already. It feels that even though nothing happened this year, it still went by crazy fast!!! November means beginning of Holiday season. The weather is still quite a warm here but why daughter still went to get some Xsmas PJs today. I love that my kids are so into it, it makes me happy! They are also telling me al the things I should make for Thanksgiving!!!
Monday: Cauliflower white bean soup with garlicky herb biscuits. I have been wanting to try try to make this combo for a while. I am really into cauliflower and it eat it all the time, I feel like it goes with everything! I will post full recipe later on, but you can start with my cauliflower soup recipe from the blog and add white beans. I will share the recipe on Instrgarm for the biscuits.
Tuesday: Turkey chili. Kids have been asking for an easy chili for a while and I feel that the weather is cool enough now for it!! I always make extra and freeze some for later!!!
Wednesday: Creamy butternut squash Caccio Peppe This is a really easy and delicious one!!! It is a new recipe and video. As always, I will share the recipe on Tuesday and video on Wednesday. If you want to make this one and want to already buy the ingredients, you'll need: one butternut squash, turkey bacon, pasta, salt, pepper and parmesan!
Thursday: Korean beef bowls. I haven't made these in ages and I know it is one of my kids favorite... Plus it is so easy to make! You can always sub the beef for turkey or chicken.... I should try a version with tofu, I am sure it would be delicious!!
Friday: Slow roasted salmon. I buy this amazing salmon at the farmers market on Sundays, it tastes so much better than anything I can find in stores. If I don't make it right away I freeze it for another day. I like this recipe as it keeps the salmon really moist and tender. I want to try this roasted cabbage recipe with it and maybe some crispy broccoli or something...
Saturday: One tray fall chicken and veggies. I am teaching this class on Thursday via Zoom, it is super easy can be altered with more or less veggies. Super delicious and versatile. I will share after the class is done!
Sunday: Impossible burgers with sweet potato fries. I love these veggie burgers, they are the next best thing to homemade ones when I need a break form cooking. Some sweet potato fries and coleslaw and dinner is done in no time!!