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Weekly Family Meal Plan #22

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Here’s this week’s Weekly Family Meal Plan! My goal is to make your life just a bit easier. You’ll find a variety of dinner ideas sure to please even the pickiest eater. I plan to post them on Fridays, this way you will have time over the weekend to get to the necessary items on your shopping list for the week. Each week will features recipes from Blogghetti and other fabulous bloggers.

Collage of family dinner ideas for the week

On the menu this week, I have chosen simple meals that pack a punch with flavor.  Sometimes I don’t always stick the meal plan, and that’s okay.  If we have leftovers from one meal, they quickly become all or part of dinner the next day.  Occasionally, there is only enough leftover for my husband’s lunch the next day.  Do what works for you and your family.

These weekly dinner ideas for busy families will help ease the question, “What’s for Dinner?”, and hopefully give you some new favorites.  Let me know in the comments how they are working for you, or if you have suggestions. I’d love to hear from you.

A little about how the week goes…

  • Sunday – Slow Cooker/Comfort Food Dinners
  • Monday – Soup/Salad/Seafood/Meatless
  • Tuesday – Taco Tuesdays (featuring Mexican flavors)
  • Wednesday – One Pot Meals, 30 minute Meals
  • Thursday – Burgers, Sandwiches, and Wraps
  • Friday – Night off
  • Saturday – Take-Out at Home


Weekly Family Meal Plans #22

I hope these weekly meal plans will help you to organize your weekly meals in advance. Doing so you’ll save time, money and frustration! Be sure to check back next Friday for a new menu!  Don’t like a dish listed here? Grab a different meal idea from one of my previous weekly meal plans and swap it out! Be sure to sign up for the newsletter to receive a free easy meal planning tip sheet and a free printable meal planner with a shopping list.

Slow Cooker Mississippi Pot Roast from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks is my kind of comfort food.  Leftovers make great lunches the next day or use the extra meat for sandwiches the next day.  

Mississippi Pot Roast on plate


I can’t wait to make this Tuscan White Bean Soup from Cheese Curd in Paradise. It is hearty and full of so much flavor.  

Tuscan White Bean Soup in a bowl


Jess’s Chicken Enchiladas from Cooking with Carlee have just the right amount of heat from the green chilies, but I love that there are roasted red peppers in them.

Chicken enchiladas on a white plate with rice and beans


You know I love a good sheet pan meal! Check out this Sheet Pan Roasted Chicken and Vegetables from Simple and Savory. 

Chicken and vegetables on a white plate from a sheet pan meal


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These Slow Cooker Sloppy Joes from Blogghetti use a homemade seasoning mix that you can bump up the heat with or keep it classic.  

Sloppy Joe Sandwich on a white plate



Enjoy take-out food at home made healthier by using cauliflower in place of rice.  Chinese Pork and Shrimp Fried Cauliflower Rice from Palatable Pastimes might just become your go-to dinner when craving take-out.  

Chinese Pork and Shrimp Fried Cauliflower rice in a blue and white bowl


Caramel Cashew Popcorn from 2 Cookin Mamas makes for a great sweet treat after dinner.  Make a batch to enjoy with the family while viewing a favorite movie or playing a board game. 

Caramel cashew popcorn in a bowl

Soft Frosted Banana Nut Bread Cookies from Blogghetti have all the flavors of banana nut bread in a cookie form with a sweet brown sugar frosting.

Frosted banana nut bread cookies and a glass of milk

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Collage of family dinner ideas for the week




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