This week’s dinners including a reader favorite! If you have a recipe you’d like to share, send me a DM on instagram or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week’s recipes
Healthy veggie lomein
Skinny white chicken enchiladas
Sheet pan pork chops and roasted veggies
Skillet chicken thighs over quinoa and cesar salad
Favorite family recipe from follower @iliana_melody
- boneless chicken thighs
- olive oil
- grape tomoatoes
- green pepper
- sweet onion
- fresh dill
- minced garlic
- garlic salt
- onion powder
- black pepper
- Thinly slice peppers and onions. Halve the grape tomatoes. Add chopped dill and minced garlic.
- Toss in bowel with paprika and olive oil until ingredients are evenly covered.
- Season chicken thighs with garlic salt, onion powder, black pepper and rub in olive oil.
- Place chicken thighs in a cast iron pan or skillet and top and surround with peppers, onions, and tomato mixture. Add sprig of dill in center of pan.
- Bake at 400 degrees F for 1hour 15minutes.
slow cooker chicken pot pie
Happy Monday and welcome to the first of my weekly meal plans! Today is also the first day that I am starting my new job, back to working 5 days a week! So to be more intentional, I decided to get back to creating weekly meal plans. Below is a list of what’s on the menu for this week. I’m also sharing one of my family’s favorite sheet pan dinners as well as a printable for the weekly menu and grocery list.
Wednesday – Sheet pan honey mustard pretzel chicken (scroll down for recipe)
Thursday – Leftovers
Friday – Naan pizzas
Saturday – Crockpot Pot Roast
Sheet Pan Honey Mustard Pretzel Chicken with roasted veggies and potatoes
8 chicken tenderloins
1 cup of honey mustard dressing
2 cups of crushed pretzels
3 cups broccoli florets
3 cups diced potatoes
Salt/Pepper (to taste)
1.) Preheat oven to 400F.
2.) Line a large roasting pan with aluminum foil and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
3.) On your prepared pan, place diced potatoes and chopped broccoli. Toss with olive oil, garlic powder, salt and pepper.
4.) Bake in oven for 10 minutes.
5.) While broccoli and potatoes are baking, pour honey mustard sauce in a medium bowl and whisk with 1 egg. This will be your wet mixture. In a shallow baking dish, pour the crushed pretzels.
6.) Using one hand, pat the chicken with a paper towel and then dip in the honey mustard/egg mixture. Using your other hand (dry hand), dredge the chicken into the crushed pretzels.
7.) Remove the baking pan from the oven, flipping the potatoes and broccoli so you now brown the other side. Add the pretzel coated chicken tenders onto the aluminum foil lined pan and place in the oven for an additional 15-18 minutes or until chicken is cooked thoroughly.
8.) Serve with additional honey mustard sauce for dipping.
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Halloween is one of our favorite times of year! This year, we are keeping the festivities going with some fun new ideas and I still plan on eating REESE’s peanut butter cups all October long. One of the things we plan to do this year is “Boo’ing” our friends and neighbors. This is a fun and easy activity that will surely become a tradition.
Little unsuspected surprises have become even sweeter these days. I love this idea of surprising your friends and neighbors. Basically, the idea is you leave a little bag or bucket of Halloween treats on their doorstep and encourage them to do the same to some of their friends. Walmart makes it easy to get all of your supplies in one place!
Below, I’m sharing how to create your own “Boo” buckets to “Boo” all of your friends and help spread the tricks and treats.
You will need:
- Paper (for your “Boo” tags – you can download below)
1.) Stock up on all of your favorite candies to fill your “Boo” buckets at Walmart. You can also find the buckets in the party section.
2.) I made these “Boo” tags and instruction sheets to include in the buckets. Click here to download my Boo tag printable. Just cut and put in your buckets!
3.) Add a little ribbon to the handle to tie it all together.
4.) Choose which friends or neighbors you want to “Boo” and leave some treats on their doorstep.
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If you’re looking for a cute free Valentine’s Day printable for your kids’ check out this A”DOH” able idea.
Valentine’s Day is a few weeks away and I’m already planning out Maxwell’s Valentine’s Day cards. Last year we just did the traditional ones that come in the box from Target and honestly, that was fine with me. But this year since we can’t bring any food or candy into school, I wanted to do something fun for the kids. This Play-Doh valentine is the perfect non-candy idea for your little ones to give their friends and classmates.
Check out the easy DIY and my printable below.
You will need:
Play-Doh (I got this 12 pack on Amazon)
Glue or glue dots (optional)
1.) Click the link to download the free printable here. Download and print out.
2.) Cut out each one and glue onto a piece of cardstock.
3.) Make a tiny hole on top and thread a piece of ribbon or twine through and tie around the Playdoh.
That’s it! Another super easy DIY. If you download my printable, I’d love to see pictures of how yours came out below.
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