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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Healthy Weekly Meal Plan - January 9, 2011

healthy weekly meal plan


It has been so cold and snowy here.  I can't seem to stay warm no matter how many layers I wear.  I am already looking forward to the spring!  For now though I will enjoy the hearty and filling meals that I make each winter.

So here's what we are eating this week:

Sunday:  Leftovers

Monday:   Lentil and Beef Sloppy Joes on homemade English Muffins, Steamed Broccoli


Prep work that morning:  Thaw English Muffins.  Cook lentils and prepare sloppy joe mix

Tuesday:  Chicken Asparagus Casserole,  Roasted Cauliflower and Red Pepper Soup


Prep work the night before:  Soak rice.
Prep work that morning:  Cook rice, assemble casserole.


Wednesday:   Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms, Rice Pilaf, Honey Roasted Carrots
 Prep work the night before:  Soak rice
Prep work that morning:  Cook rice.

Thursday:  Beans and rice with salsa, green beans
Prep work the night before:  Soak rice, soak beans
Prep work that morning:  Cook rice, beans. 

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.