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Weekly Meal Plan for the Stressed Out Mom #5
Welcome back friends for oue weekly meal plan for the stressed out mom! And if this is your first time with us then welcome! I hope you enjoyed last week’s recipes as much as I did. If you liked last week’s recipes then you’ll enjoy this week’s recipes too! From Cashew Chicken to Hawaiian Haystacks these meals are sure to please! Don’t forget to take a picture of your favorite recipe that you made from this week using #busymommealplan so we can see all your creations!
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Supplies to have on hand for this week’s recipes:
- Mini Loaf Pan
- Gallon Ziploc Bag
- Cast Iron Skillet
- Large Stock Pot
- Hand Grater
- Baking Sheet
- Instant Pot
- Wire Cooling Rack
Monday- Baked Spaghetti
Spaghetti is one of those meals in my house that we have as a last resort. I just had it so many times as a kid that I find it rather boring. That’s why I was super excited to find this Baked Spaghetti by The Gunny Sack recipe! It takes the boring classic up to a whole new level that will knock your socks off!
Tuesday- Cashew Chicken
Want Chinese but don’t want to go out? Story of my life! This Cashew Chicken recipe by Averie Cooks is ready in about 20 minutes and is a GREAT way to get your little ones to eat their veggies!
Wednesday- Easy Pork Chops with Sweet and Sour Glaze
Pork Chops is one of those meals that kind of scares me because I can never seem to get the flavor just right. That’s why when I found this Easy Pork Chops with Sweet and Sour Glaze by Damn Delicious I was so happy! Not only does it taste fantastic but it’s done in 20 minutes! Score!
Thursday- Hawaiian Haystacks
I LOVE these Hawaiian Haystacks by Favorite Family Recipes because it’s delicious and so customizable! If you have any picky eaters this meal is great because they get to decide what goes on them. AND this meal can easily be made for a big crowd.
Friday- Honey Lime Salmon Fillets
I love dishes that are full of flavor and this Honey Lime Salmon Fillets by A Saucy Kitchen is no exception! With taking less than 30 minutes this dish a great way to get in your Omega 3s!
*Side Dish- Crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
I think every kid growing up hated brussel sprouts but that’s because no one knew how to make them taste good. Until now! Crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon by A Saucy Kitchen is delicious and will have your kids actually asking for more! If you’re still not convinced, it has bacon in it so what’s not to love?
Saturday- Simple 30-Minute Stovetop Vegetable Soup
Looking for a great way to stay warm and get your kids to eat their veggies? Simple 30-Minute Stovetop Vegetable Soup by Joyously Domestic is a delicious and quick way to get warm and have your kids actually eat vegetables.
I LOVE me a good taco! Especially those authentic ones you buy out of a food truck. So good! What if I could tell you that you could get that authentic Mexican flavor right here at home? This Instant Pot or Slow Cooker Barbacoa Beef by Averie Cooks is the perfect recipe for those authentic Mexican tacos. AND it’s versatile and can be used in a slow cooker OR an instant pot, which means less time in the kitchen and more time with your family.
Why do you have to choose between peanut butter cookies, oatmeal cookies, and chocolate chip cookies? This Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie by Buns In My Oven recipe is one that is sure to please everyone because it’s got a little bit of everything that makes it delicious and unique.
Well, that’s it for the weekly meal plan for stressed out moms! I hope you enjoy these recipes just as much as I do. And don’t forget to get our weekly meal planner to help make grocery shopping even easier!
See ya next week for more delicious recipes!
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