Why, hello there sweet friend!
Two posts in one week!? What!
This morning I’m sharing a list for my April dinner menu. If you’re curious to see my process on how I come up with meal plans, how I choose my recipes or just want to watch me have a coffee and discuss eating, then check out this post.
April Meal Planning: 21 Meals
Sweet potato healing bowl with broccoli or zucchini (Note: I just take out the rice and quinoa since we eat Paleo. Instead I add the zucchini or broccoli to round it out!)
Veggie stir fry over cauliflower rice (Note: i just do a super simple veggie stir fry with broccoli, sliced green and red pepper, sugar peas, sliced carrots and maybe some peas.)
Large mixed dinner salad (loaded) (Note: I basically just take as much veggies as I can and throw them in a salad with spinach. I ususally just drizzle with olive oil, or make a super simple vinaigrette with lemon!)
Slow cooker basic chicken with mashed sweet potato and carrots (This is a great recipe that I haven't tried out yet, but looks very similar to the method I use to make my basic chicken. To make my chicken take a package of chicken thighs and place in slow cooker. Chop 1/2 white or yellow onion and throw in, along with about a cup of water. Add salt and pepper to taste and cook on low for 6 hours!)
Lemon chicken with asparagus and mushrooms
Slow cooker BBQ Chicken with mixed veggies
Bacon wrapped pork tenderloin with sweet potato and asparagus
Rosemary pork chops with roasted sweet potato and asparagus
Sweet and savoury pork chops with glazed carrots and sweet peas
Kielbasa skillet with sweet potato and green pepper (we use sweet potato instead of normal potato!)
Scallops with asparagus ($$)
Note - I use dollar signs when a recipe may be more expensive then I’m using to spending on groceries!
What's on the menu at your house tonight? Let me know what your favorite recipe is in the comments!!
Happy Friday friends!