We are three weeks into January and the healthy meal planning is still going strong! I have absolutely loved seeing the recipes you all have been making and how much you have been enjoying these meal plans! We are going to close out the month strong with some more of my favorite recipes to get you through the end of the month! Because you all loved the make it once, eat it twice or three times approach last week, I am including several recipes for breakfast lunch that you can do just that! I aim to make your life easier in the kitchen and I hope this meal plan does just that!
Remember to follow me on Instagram and #mydiaryofus with any recipes that you are making so I can share your meal planning successes!
Now let’s get cooking!
Breakfast- Savory Oats with Parmesan and an Egg— This is an oatmeal game changer if you haven’t ever tried savory oatmeal before! You will love this twist on a breakfast staple! Boil your eggs ahead of time to make your morning even easier!
Lunch- Roasted Sumac Chickpea Caesar Salads (simply deconstruct it for kiddos, I promise they will love it too!)
Dinner- Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps— These wraps are on regular rotation for weeknight meals around here because they are so easy and so delicious! Perfect for a Monday night dinner!
Breakfast- Savory Oats with Parmesan and an Egg—I can promise you that you will want to eat this breakfast twice this week!
Lunch- Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with Spinach, Goat Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomatoes—These potatoes can be prepped in advanced and make the perfect lunch to eat at home or at work!
Dinner- Coconut Rice Fish Taco Bowls—These bowls are so healthy and flavorful, you will love this twist based off your favorite fish tacos!
Breakfast- Healthy PB & J Oatmeal Muffins + Yogurt and Fruit—Make a batch of these muffins to enjoy all week long! Substitute sunflower seed butter for a nut free option!
Lunch- Roasted Sumac Chickpea Caesar Salads—Leftovers I can guarantee you will be happy to eat again!
Dinner- Gluten Free Italian Sausage and Pepper Pasta—By Wednesday, we could all use a little pasta right? This one pot dish is sure to satisfy your carb cravings without any guilt! The best part is the whole family will love it too!
Breakfast- Healthy PB&J Muffins —By Thursday mornings can get a little crazy, but no worries because you have a batch of these delicious muffins to take on the go for breakfast!
Lunch- Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with Spinach, Goat Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomatoes—These are just as good leftover the next day to make sure to double your recipe!
Dinner- Easy Chana Masala + Basmati Rice—This is one of my go-to favorite meatless meals! It is packed full of flavor, easy to make, and is so good for you with so many warming spices!
Breakfast- Dark Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Blood Orange Chia Syrup + Chicken Sausage—These pancakes are decadent but still on the healthy side and the best part is you can save the leftovers to eat on all weekend!
Lunch- Leftovers of choice from one of the dinners this week! There are bound to be a few leftovers lingering in the fridge, don’t let them go to waste!
Dinner- Homemade Meatballs in Marinara— Serve these meatballs over spaghetti or with a big salad and crusty bread for dipping! This is Friday night family dinner done right!
Gluten Free Pistachio Cranberry Bars—These bars are so so yummy! Perfect for after school snacking and afternoon slumps!
Cherry Vanilla Yogurt Pops— Parks has been all about a popsicle lately, which reminded me of how easy it is to make your own! These pops are healthy enough to eat for breakfast but make a great treat during the day too!