Coming up is a long weekend in Canada and wow, are we ever ready for it! People started doing the happy dance on Wednesday because the weather has finally turned warm and we are going to get into our gardens, start grilling and just enjoy the outdoors.
This is the second to last meal plan for now but I will have my ebook ready for you in mid-August so that you can start planning for the busy time of year. I know, I know – you don’t want to hear about school starting up in September when the kids are just about to get out for the summer! I don’t blame you. I’ll just hush up and get on with our delicious recipes for the week!
Not only does Mila share a great recipe with us but her post is very informative on cooking steak as well as slicing it. I had never heard of her method but I’m definitely going to try it. I’m always setting my smoke alarm off when I cook steak but this way will put an end to that. Flank steak is easy on the budget and this marinade will have it so tender you’ll wonder why you ever bought any other cut!
Cook a couple extra steaks on Monday night so that you can throw this dinner together quickly on Tuesday. You’re going to love the flavors in this salad and those fancy little ribbons? Made with a potato peeler! I am the least artistic person on the planet so if I can do it, you can. You’ll be amazed and impressed with yourself!
Mahy has a zesty, easy meal that is ready in 20 minutes. Lemon and Spring are synonymous to me and anytime I can include it in a meal, I do. You just know the kids are going to gobble this up. Serve with salad and brown rice and everyone is asking for seconds. You’ll love Mahy’s blog. It’s full of family friendly recipes and beautiful, creative photographs!
Preparation time for this is 5 minutes and bake time is 12 minutes! You should have all the ingredients on hand and the flavors that Lindsay creates here are super tasty especially for those who need some persuasion when it comes to eating fish. It’s important to include fish in your diet at least once a week as it is a good source of vitamins and minerals.
This is the perfect Friday night meal. Toss the tomatoes in the oven to roast while you cook up the noodles and dinner is done! Tricia has combined some delicious ingredients to create this easy recipe and she tells us that the cold leftovers the next day are delicious!
I’d love to hear from you on these meal plans:
- Have you found them helpful?
- Is there something more that you’d like to see included?
- Would you like the calorie count for each meal?
- I’m going to include grocery lists in the ebook. Will you find this helpful or would you rather make your own?
Let me know in the comments or send me an email with your opinions. I LOVE getting your emails – thank you!
Enjoy the weekend and your week of happy, healthy eating. Cheers!