Menu Planning Monday #32

Welcome to Menu Planning Monday!

We’ve been on a pretty good streak lately with yummy meals and I am hoping this week follows suit. I am still not eating any dairy and am always searching for healthy, quick meals that get me in and out of that kitchen as quickly as possible.

The family and I went to Barnes and Noble recently and we picked up a cookbook called Make Ahead Paleo by Tammy Credicott. And let me tell you, this cookbook is right up my alley in every way. I am kind-of a cookbook snob. If it doesn’t have a picture next to the recipe, I won’t make it. This cookbook has a picture next. to. every. recipe.

 Not only that, but they’re broken up into categories and it even promotes meal planning which is again sooo up my alley. So, this week I chose two recipes from it to give a try and I included them below. I am not really sure if that is legal or not..

Is it? The way I see it is I am promoting this cookbook because I think it is awesome. And I am citing my references. So, there you go.

Here is what we are having this week.

Monday 

Paleo Coconut Chicken Curry 

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Tuesday

Date night=Leftovers/Kid food

Wednesday

Thai Coconut Meatballs

These sound SO good. I don’t know what it is about meatballs lately but I am all about them! I bought Jenny-o ground turkey and Jenny-o turkey sausage for this recipe.

Make Ahead Paleo cookbook

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Thursday

Baked Almond Chicken Strips

I am excited to try these! And I am hoping my kids dive right in, too.

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Friday

Chicken Picatta Bites

Make Ahead Paleo cookbook

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Saturday and Sunday

Leftovers/Picking something up/Raiding the pantry

Comments

  1. Yum. Sound like a great week of meals. Those chicken strips look so good. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. A delicious week you have planned. Let us know how the Piccata is!

  3. You have a great week panned for meals.

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