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Monday, January 17, 2011

Healthy Weekly Meal Plan - January 17, 2011

healthy weekly meal plan


It is supposed to be another cold week!  Temps are supposed to dip down to between 5 and 10 degrees by the end of the week, which is typical weather here in Ohio.  I am soooooo wishing for spring! 

So here's what we are eating this week:

Sunday:  Taco Stacks
Prep work the night before:  Soak pinto beans.
Prep work that morning:  Cook beans.  When cooked, make refried beans

Monday:   Portobello Mushroom WrapsRoasted Radishes
Prep work the night before:  Soak tortilla dough
Prep work that morning:  Make tortillas.  Wash and chop mushrooms

Tuesday:  Sloppy Joes on homemade English Muffins, Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Prep work ahead of time:  Sprout lentils.
Prep work the night before:  Soak English Muffin dough.
Prep work that morning:  Steam lentils.  Prepare Sloppy Joes.  Make English Muffins.


Wednesday:   Chicken, Spinach, and Noodle Soup with salad
 Prep work the night before:  Soak pasta dough.
Prep work that morning:  Make noodles.

Thursday:  Roast Chicken, Make Ahead Potatoes, steamed broccoli
Prep work the night before:  Make the mashed potatoes
Prep work that morning:  Put chicken in the crockpot

Friday:  Homemade Chicken Fajita Pizza, Nutty Brocolli Slaw Salad, Fruit Salad
Prep work the night before:   Soak pizza dough
Prep work that morning:  Cut up veggies 

Saturday:  Leftovers or popcorn buffet

For more recipe ideas, check out our past healthy weekly meal plans.  

Visit Organizing Junkie for even more great meal plan ideas.
So tell me...
What healthy foods are on your meal plan this week?

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Jennifer Voss is a registered dietitian, licensed within the state of Ohio. On this blog, she discusses general nutrition information. This blog should not be used as a substitute for medical advice. Any specific medical or nutrition-related health concerns should be directed to a registered dietitian or medical doctor who is familiar with your medical history.