Everyone ready for the weekend? I sure am! With this change to warmer weather comes a desire to throw open the windows, do some spring cleaning and get outside!
This week’s menu reflects the changes too in that the meals will start to include fresh produce from your local farms. Do you have asparagus in your markets now? Don’t you think it’s one of the best things about this time of year?
This dish from Kelly is only 330 calories and is super flavorful when you cook it all in one pan. Use whole wheat penne or quinoa pasta to keep it healthy. I’ve heard from some of you that it’s tough to get your family to eat fish but it seems that most will go for tuna. Be sure to buy it packed in water. I have a feeling the kids will be asking for this again and again.
Can you believe this gorgeous dish takes only 25 minutes to make? Colorful and super tasty! Jennifer reminds us that we can add delicious cranberries to our recipes year round which had me wondering why on earth we save them only for holidays?! I am so excited to try this! Regular readers will remember Jennifer from Tuesday Tidbits. You’re going to love your visit to Seasons & Suppers – stunning photography and super creative dishes!
Lemon is an ingredient that I love to include in my Spring recipes so when I saw this beautiful soup from Tania I knew you’d want to try it too. This can be on your table in 40 minutes! A wonderful recipe as we transition from winter.
Just 30 minutes for this super easy deliciousness. Cut your potatoes smaller so they cook quickly. Lemon, asparagus salmon – oh my! Cook some extra salmon tonight and save yourself some time for Friday’s dinner.
Let’s throw out pizza night now that the warmer weather is here. This dish comes together so easily and the kids will love the colors and textures in this beautiful bowl. Mahy has been so creative in her choice of ingredients in this take on a traditional dish. I’m crushing on these flavors and know I’ll be making this often.
What are your favorite Spring veggies? Let me know so we can include them in your next meal plans. Cheers!