Family Meal Plan #6

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Another week, another set of meals for the family!

Family Meal Plan #6 by KristenDuke.com

Since I didn’t share last weekend, I’ll start with Sunday!

SundayHam and Cheese Savory Crepes

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I just shared this recipe this past week on the blog, a family FAVORITE!  See the story behind who makes this and how.

Monday: Bacon Wrapped Chicken

bacon wrapped chicken

I didn’t do the spices exactly the same, but what can go wrong with Bacon on Chicken? I actually had bacon in my fridge that I was going to use for something else, and looked up bacon and chicken and found this! It was a hit with the family!

Tuesday: Chicken Parmesan

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This easy chicken can be served with or without the pasta, lately I’ve been omitting those, and serving a bunch more veggies and fruit with dinner. But I do love that there are veggie servings in THIS vegetable pasta. Kids love it!

Wednesday: Sweet Lemon Shrimp

lemon shrimp

I love everything from this blog where I got the recipe. I’m sure I would have loved it more if I had all of the ingredients, but I just mixed the shrimp with fresh lemon and honey because I didn’t have hoisin sauce. I’m aiming for cooking shrimp or fish each week, and shockingly my kids have responded VERY well to it! My only downside to shrimp in general is that it doesn’t seem to stay warm as long as other meat, not sure how to remedy that.

Thursday: Ham & Egg Cups

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I may be sharing this link each week because this is a FAVORITE among the kids an so easy for me! Instead of wrapping the cups with ham, I chopped up thick pieces and threw them into the cups with some bell peppers for my husband and I . I had leftover ham from the crepes above. Here are more recipes for leftover ham.

Friday: Date Night!  My husband and I enjoyed the same hearty cobb salad (bacon, eggs, and avocado–oh my!) at a local joint.  Kids split a loaf of french bread and cold cereal!

Saturday: Black Bean Beef Enchiladas

Black-Bean-Enchiladas

Kids favorite, easy to make, love anything with a tortilla.

If you’ve like a springy dessert, check out this Strawberry Cream Cake, one of my FAVES!

strawberry cream cake

To see last weeks meal plan, #5, CLICK HERE, to see all, go HERE. Or see my friend Leigh Anne’s weekly meal plan at Your Homebased Mom.

Which of the recipes above are you most likely to try this week?

 

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Comments

  1. I love the meal plans, thank you!!

  2. That website looks great, I’d love to win!

  3. yummy!!!!

  4. This looks like a wonderful week of eating.

  5. Thanks for your honesty about what your kids really liked to eat and not. I like hearing what you ACTUALLY ate and if you really loved it or not…instead of all the time winners

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