Sometimes I feel like I’m getting into a bit of a dinner rut, then I look through these posts (link to all past ones at the end) and get some ideas for myself. I hope you enjoy seeing what we eat for dinner. Here’s two weeks worth of meals. As always, when there is a recipe to link to, you’ll see it. The asterisk next to a day is to help me remember when Jacob loved a meal or wanted me to write it down.
Sunday * – pork ragu + whole wheat pasta + sautéd kale with apples
Monday – pork chops + sautéd brussel sprouts + sautéd mushrooms + roasted potatoes + quinoa (dinner at my mamas)
Tuesday – pineapple beef meatballs + jasmine rice + roasted green beans
Wednesday – chicken noodle and kale soup
Thursday – BFD beef breakfast sausage + sweet potato and zucchini hash + eggs
Friday * – steak with compound butter + brussel sprout mac n cheese
Saturday – papa murphy’s Hawaiian pizza + kale salad with poppyseed dressing
Sunday – lamb shepherds pie (subbed lamb for beef)
Monday – whole wheat spaghetti + tomato beef sauce + brussel sprouts with bacon
Tuesday – curry chicken salad (chicken breast, celery, grapes, mayo, seasonings) on whole wheat bread + cucumber sticks + cheddar cheese slices
Wednesday – pasta tossed in jalapeño ranch topped with sautéd kale + bacon + roasted cherry tomatoes + avocado
Thursday – BFD beef breakfast sausage + super egg scramble (sweet potato, kale, mushrooms, onions, egg, cheddar)
Friday – baked chicken thighs + roasted curry sweet potatoes
Saturday – dinner at auction for Jacobs work
I can’t wait for the temps to heat up just a little more so we can keep the grill out. Actually, we just need to get through the rain that’s on it’s way, then the grill can stay out for a long summer of grilling. Grilled meals are just so amazing! And so is being outside playing when the food is cooking up. Everyone gets a little bit happier when we can be outside.
When you get in a dinner rut, where do you go for inspiration? Pinterest is usually my go to source (check out my recipes to try board for some ideas). Every blue moon I’ll bring out my stack of clean eating magazines I just can’t get rid of. There are so many yummy recipes and such great pictures.
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