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It’s that time again! Since yesterday was Memorial Day, we spend the day cleaning and had some friends over last night for some sweet fellowship and time offline. It was so needed, but today I am playing catch-up! Let’s dive into this week’s easy meal plan, even if a day late! Serving up tons of delicious dinner options that are quick, easy and kid-friendly, this is one you don’t want to miss out on. And if you haven’t yet, check out my meal planning mom-hack that saves me hours every week!
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YUM! Look at all of that flavor. I am a sucker for a colorful plate, and the word “taco” in a meal always wins. I love making slow-cooker meals in my Ninja Foodi, too! That thing gets some serious love in our kitchen!
It’s officially grilling season! Which means I get to sweet talk my husband into cooking dinner half of the time. Thankfully, he is obsessed with his Blackstone, so it doesn’t take too much arm-twisting. This grilled pork tenderloin looked amazing.
Um, yes. I am always looking for new Keto, Low-Carb and Gestational Diabetes-friendly recipes, and this one promises tons of flavor! The main course only has 4 carbs, so it’s a big win!
If you don’t buy rotisserie chicken often (I do Grocery pickup once a week so I don’t get them just for freshness), you could totally make easy shredded chicken in the Ninja Foodi for this one.
A 30-minute, kid-friendly meal is an easy “add to list” dinner for me! The Close-n-Cut is my BFF for recipes like this, too. I absolutely detest touching raw chicken and am well known for cutting my hands trying to halve the breasts. The Close-N-Cut makes it super easy, you get uniform halves, and your fingers are fully protected! 10 out of 10 recommend! (Side note- you can also halve an entire cup of grapes or cherry tomatoes in one cut with this thing. Game changer!)
Another Blackstone meal! Kabobs are a summer staple, as is fresh corn on the cob. With a little planning ahead for marinade time, this is a crazy quick dinner. And if the weather is nice, we may just eat on the deck. (Check out our makeover that we did last summer! We love this space!)
We eat a lot of Mexican around here, and I am not one bit sorry about it! I actually have a variation of this exact dish (Recipe HERE) that we make and it is always a win!
One of my favorite things I have learned from eMeals is the jazzed-up ranch dressings! It is so easy to make variety with a base and a few spices. This Smoky Ranch sounds amazing!
Bringing the week home with another slow cooker meal (hello again, Ninja Foodi!). Sundays are busy, being a ministry family. But I also try to make time after all of the Sunday morning hustle and bustle to just chill and enjoy our family. Slow cooker meals just make that so much easier and add to the laid-back vibe of Sunday evenings.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s easy meal plan! Tell me what you’re trying!