Hello! I’m back quickly to share this week’s meal plan. Last week it was a little unstructured and I think this week we need a plan since it’s crunch time getting ready for Christmas. Luckily I unearthed a couple freezer meals from my last Wildtree workshop that need to be used up. Hooray for having dinner nearly made already.
Sunday~ Chili and cornbread. Chili came out awesome even without the usual kidney beans. I increased the amount of peppers and also added in chopped carrots.
Monday~ Baked haddock, broccoli and Annie’s shells
Tuesday~ Chicken in Wine sauce with vegetables (freezer meal that goes right into the crockpot.)
Wednesday~ Chicken in Zesty Tomato Sauce (another freezer meal to crockpot), side of linguine and peas.
Friday~ Pizza night…or maybe date night.
If you need some inspiration for freezer meals, this book from Jennifer Fisher is easy to follow along.
The other site I like for healthy freezer meal to slow cooker diner is written by Stephanie of Mama and Baby Love. She has a bunch of ebooks and paperbooks to choose from, depending on what you need. Click here to visit Mama And Baby Love.
We are still enjoying our time making a Christmas craft a day…follow along on Instagram or Twitter with #xmascraftaday.
For more inspiration, see my past menus here, or the Pinterest board here, or OrgJunkie for a link-up of meal plans. Some links are affiliate links in this post, which means if you purchase something from say Amazon, you will help support this site. Thanks!
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About Emily Roach
Emily Roach is a culinary nutrition expert and works with clients to create a healthy lifestyle design. She loves teaching her kids how to cook, playing tennis and inspiring women to take control of their health. Emily does one-on-one consulting, cooking workshops and speaking engagements.