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Healthy Recipes, Tips and Meal Ideas

Healthy Recipes, Tips and Meal Ideas

Meal planning might seem like an extra step in your already busy weekly routine—one more to-do list? Really?!—but hear us out. Once you get the hang of it, meal planning will become your secret weapon in the battle to get dinner on the table without completely losing your mind. Really, it all comes down to getting organized before you go to the grocery store.

To make it easy for you, we put together a monthly meal plan that not only can help you get dinner on the table every single night, but also utilizes recipes with just five ingredients or less. All you have to do is download and print off the shopping list for each week and take it to the grocery store with you. We tell you what to do each night of the week—including side dish suggestions—letting you go into a blissful state of autopilot while still getting a healthy meal on the table every night.

Wednesday: Baked Salmon Fillets Dijon. Serve with Easy Roasted Broccoli and cooked brown rice seasoned with salt, pepper, and dried herb of your choice.

  • Meal-prep note: Cook a double batch of Easy Roasted Broccoli and serve half tonight and the other half with Friday’s dinner. You can use pre-cooked brown rice for a super-fast dinner side. Or, if you make your own brown rice, cook a double batch and serve the leftovers with tomorrow’s dinner.

Thursday: Cilantro-Lime Grilled Chicken. Serve with leftover brown rice seasoned with salt, pepper, and cilantro. Top with sliced avocado.

  • Meal-prep note: Cook a double batch of chicken tonight to have leftovers for dinner on Sunday.

Friday: Honey Mustard Pork Chops. Serve with leftover Easy Roasted Broccoli and a baked sweet potato topped with butter, salt, and pepper.

Saturday: Spicy Lime Grilled Shrimp. Serve with canned black beans, heated and seasoned with hot sauce for an extra kick.

Sunday: Simple Mexican Quinoa. Serve with the leftover Cilantro-Lime Chicken from Thursday.

 

Wednesday: Baked Salmon Fillets Dijon. Serve with Easy Roasted Broccoli and cooked brown rice seasoned with salt, pepper, and dried herb of your choice.

  • Meal-prep note: Cook a double batch of Easy Roasted Broccoli and serve half tonight and the other half with Friday’s dinner. You can use pre-cooked brown rice for a super-fast dinner side. Or, if you make your own brown rice, cook a double batch and serve the leftovers with tomorrow’s dinner.

Thursday: Cilantro-Lime Grilled Chicken. Serve with leftover brown rice seasoned with salt, pepper, and cilantro. Top with sliced avocado.

  • Meal-prep note: Cook a double batch of chicken tonight to have leftovers for dinner on Sunday.

Friday: Honey Mustard Pork Chops. Serve with leftover Easy Roasted Broccoli and a baked sweet potato topped with butter, salt, and pepper.

Saturday: Spicy Lime Grilled Shrimp. Serve with canned black beans, heated and seasoned with hot sauce for an extra kick.

Sunday: Simple Mexican Quinoa. Serve with the leftover Cilantro-Lime Chicken from Thursday.

 
 

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