Healthy Weekly Meal Plan – 2.13.16

A collage of five photos of recipes in this week's meal plan.

It’s the weekend! Raise the roof! Does anyone even say that anymore?? Clearly I am one of the coolest people around. But, let’s move past my total dorkiness and get to this week’s healthy meal plan!

And like always, we have plenty of delicious dinner ideas for the next few days. We’re talking veggie stir-fry, one-pot jambalaya, strawberry salad and much more! Now I’d say that’s reason to raise the roof indeed (I’m sorry – I had to).

As with all our healthy weekly meal plans, vegetarian options are suggested if the dish contains meat (and can be easily substituted). And! Two printable grocery lists can be found at the end of the post – one that is completely filled out and another that you can customize yourself.

Enjoy the weekend my friends!

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Monday

Beef Bourguignonne with Pearl Barley from Flavor the Moments

Prep Ahead: The veggies may be prepped and even cooked and blanched a day in advance, or the entire meal may be made in advance. This meal is even better as leftovers! Another option is to follow all instructions for browning the meat, etc. on the stove top, then cooking it in your slow cooker on low instead of in the oven.

A white bowl filled with Beef Bourguignonne with Pearl Barley.

Tuesday

Winter Vegetable Teriyaki Stir-Fry from Cook Nourish Bliss

Prep Ahead: The actual stir-fry comes together quite quickly! But you can cook the rice or quinoa for serving in advance to save time the night of!

A black skillet filled with Winter Vegetable Teriyaki Stir-Fry.

Wednesday

Creamless Potato Leek Soup from greens & chocolate

Prep Ahead: Chop the veggies a day in advance and store in an airtight container.

Two grey bowls filled with Creamless Potato Leek Soup.

Thursday

Strawberry, Spinach and Asparagus Salad from Spoonful of Flavor

Prep Ahead: You can save time by chopping the vegetables and strawberries in advance.

Two white plates filled with Strawberry Spinach and Asparagus Salad.

Friday

Easy One Pot Jambalaya from The Roasted Root

Prep Ahead: The veggies can be chopped up to one day ahead of time.

Vegetarian Option: Omit all of the meat and stir in one can of black beans or chickpeas, or chopped tofu, once the Jambalaya is fully cooked.

A blue dutch oven filled with Easy One Pot Jambalaya.

 

Click HERE for this week’s printable meal plan and grocery list (below)!

A PDF preview of this week's grocery list.

 

Click HERE for our customizable meal plan and grocery list (below)!

A PDF preview of a blank weekly meal plan.