I just realized that I never wrote and scheduled this post. I was browsing some blogs I like to read and realized that my post should have gone up. Had it on my list for Friday’s work and never checked it off!
What can I say? We’ve been crazy with wedding plans and ironing tablecloths for the reception and helping Meredith and Stephen get some things moved into their apartment. It’s not quite ready for them to move in yet, but it will be by the time the wedding rolls around.
Yesterday after carrying boxes to their third floor walk-up unit, I hit the grocery. I printed off the Traditional list for one of the weeks in June. Last week I shopped with a Traditional plan as well. I love being able to skip the planning. I just check the menu and decide which meal we’ll have that night. So easy.
My brain is pretty well fried on details right now. I told the kids I need a sign over my head that says “bandwidth exceeded”!
Simple Weekly Meal Plans
If you’ve been looking for a way to save time on menu planning, you’ll want to look into getting our Weekly Meal Plans. All the organizing and thinking is done for you. No grocery list making or side dish planning needed. I love using these and when I don’t have to do any recipe creation, this is my preferred way to shop and cook.
Here’s a sneak peek at this week’s meal plans. When you join the Weekly Meal Plan list, you get the grocery list and printable recipes with side dishes included. You can find out more about how to get the meal plans for yourself by clicking here.
Whole Foods Menu
- Ham Carribbean
- Chicken Lettuce Wraps
- Honey Pork Chops
- Red Beans & Rice with Ham
- Cantonese Sweet & Sour Chicken
- Shredded Slow Cooker Taco Beef
- Brownies with Chocolate Glaze
- Garden Fritatta
- Tuna Noodle Casserole
- Pepper Patch Pasta
- Mini Deep Dish Pizzas
- Chicken Smothered with Summer Veggies
- Mediterranean Pork Chops
- Gooey Turtle Bars