Meal Plan 22

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If you’re looking for an easy, practical and organized meal plan to help you plan out your meals for the week, these weekly meal plans are perfect for you. They include a meal for every day of the week plus one breakfast idea and one snack or dessert idea that you can make any day of the week.

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Each meal plan includes a breakdown of the recipes for the week so that you don’t have to search through recipe sites, screenshots and bookmarks to plan your week. By using a weekly meal plan, you can save time and money at the grocery store and kitchen, while keeping your meals fresh and healthy.

This week’s meal plan includes 5 dinner recipes for each day of the week: Ground Chicken Burgers, Mexican Street Tacos, Crispy Salmon Fish Sticks, Spaghetti with Meatballs, and Grilled Pizza, along with two bonus recipes to prep for breakfast: Peanut Butter Banana Baked Oatmeal, and a dessert/snack recipe: Grilled Pizza. Hope you enjoy them.

If you’re looking for more, check out all the meal plans here.

This Week’s Meal Plan #22

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Why Meal Plan

  1. Save Time: By deciding what you’ll eat in advance, you can streamline your grocery shopping, cooking, and meal prep. This reduces the need for last-minute trips to the store or ordering takeout. Planning also makes it easier to batch cook, prepare meals in advance and freeze them for future use, which can also save you time.
  2. Save Money: Having a list of recipes and a grocery list for making this recipes in advance will allow you to be more mindful at the grocery store to avoid too many impulse purchases or wishful items you may or may not decide to prep later. You’re also a lot less likely to get take-out and eat out at restaurants which will also save you money. Additionally, meal planning helps you make the most of ingredients by using them in multiple dishes.
  3. Improve Nutrition: Planning your meals for the week allows you to make more conscious choices that better fit your health or lifestyle goals. When you plan your meals in advance, you have better control over your ingredients and portion sizes. This makes it easier to incorporate a variety of nutritious foods like vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains into your meals and avoid too many pre-packaged foods.
  4. Reduce Food Waste: When you plan your meals, you can portion out the right quantities of perishable items and incorporate leftovers into future meals. I also try to provide you with recipes that may have some overlap in ingredients to encourage you to use the same ingredient in multiple ways. It also helps you become more aware of what’s in your pantry and fridge, so you’re less likely to forget about items that may expire.
Spaghetti and meatballs in a skillet, garnished with fresh herbs and parmesan.

How to Use this Meal Plan

  1. Click on each of the recipes, click on the print button in the recipe card and print the recipe. Be sure to check out any substitution ideas and the Frequently Asked Questions so you’re better prepared for the recipe.
  2. Pring the grocery list or copy/paste into checkbox list.
  3. Check your fridge, freezer and pantry to cross off any ingredients you may already have.
  4. Go grocery shopping and don’t forget your list! And don’t forget to stick to your list.
  5. Make the recipe and share your experience on the site. My other readers love seeing any tweaks your make to the recipes and it encourages them to try it too!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up to receive weekly meal plans?

Click here to sign up to receive my Weekly Meal Plans straight to your email inbox every Friday.

What if I don’t like one of the recipes?

If you don’t like one of the recipes, you can skip it and make one of your family favorites or browse the site for other inspirations. The dinner entree category has over 300 recipes in there.

What if I want to make a substitution?

If you see something in any of the recipes that you want to substitute, check the recipe post substitution section for ideas on how to substitute it. Most of the time, I offer many ideas of making something vegetarian-friendly, vegan-friendly or gluten-free.

Homemade Mexican Street Tacos on a round platter with a small dish of salsa, garnished with fresh chopped cilantro and onions.

Enjoy this week’s meal plan and happy cooking!

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