How’s that Saturday?
I’m in Sonora, CA for the weekend – visiting friends, recreating in the foothills, and re-stocking my wine supply. I hope you all are having a fun and relaxing weekend thus far.
Guess what?? You have a week of fabulous foods ahead of you! The week starts with a vibrant Rainbow Veggie Lo Mein, transitions to a superfood Thai Chicken Kale and Brussles Sprouts Chopped Salad, followed by a supah killer Chorizo Hash, Fish Taco Bowls, then Friday we celebrate the meatball with amazing cheesy Meatball Sub Sammies.
A quick update: I’ve loved sharing these meal plans with you all and being a part of this group of healthy bloggers – I’ve gotten nothing but excellent comments from you all and am so happy some of you have been getting a lot out of these plans. While I’ve loved participating in these meal plans each week, this is the last Healthy Weekly Meal Plan I’ll be posting. You can always refer back to previous meal plans, and also continue following Greens and Chocolate, Spoonful of Flavor, Flavor the Moments as they will continue posting meal plans each Saturday, along with a couple of newbies!
As always, eat well, eat often!
Rainbow Vegetable Lo Mein from Cook Nourish Bliss.
Prep Ahead: This meal comes together in about 35 minutes, but you can slice the veggies a day in advance to save time!
Thai Chicken Chopped Kale Salad from The Roasted Root.
Prep Ahead: The dressing can be made ahead of time, and the vegetables and mango can be chopped in advance.
Vegetarian Option: Omit the chicken and add tofu, chickpeas, or protein of choice
Chorizo Hash with Sriracha Honey Lime Sour Cream from Spoonful of Flavor.
Prep Ahead: You can chop the veggies in advance and make the sriracha honey lime sour cream.
Vegetarian Option: You can omit the chorizo.
Fish Taco Bowls with Cilantro Rice and Grilled Pineapple from Flavor the Moments.
Prep Ahead: This meal comes together quickly so no need to prep anything in advance!
Vegetarian Option: Omit the fish to make vegetarian.
Slow Cooker Chicken Parmesan Subs from greens & chocolate.
Prep Ahead: Most of this is prep ahead work, since it’s a slow cooker recipe. All that needs to be done when you are ready to eat is to assemble the subs and broil them with the cheese on top.
Vegetarian Option: You could buy vegetarian meatballs and sub them in this recipe, though you probably wouldn’t need to cook them in the slow cooker – just cook according to the instructions and then warm up with the marinara, and assemble the subs.
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