A few trips to the market alongside watching a few cooking shows, and I'm finally feeling excited about getting back to the kitchen. On top of all of the chaos of our lives recently, Y has been super sick and decided to refuse to eat food.
I had to come up with some quick solutions to get some vitamins into him, which luckily required only a few attempts at veggie loaded pancakes or butternut squash muffins before the kiddo was finally eating something again.
The victory of getting a toddler to eat was pretty inspiring and I remembered how helpful it was to plan my meals - not only because it saves so much time during busy weeks, but also it helps to cut down on the costs of food. We then have less food going bad and buy only what we need instead of everything that looks yummy.
And so, this is what we will be eating next week. Hopefully simple enough (or at least enough leftovers) for us to have healthy (and delicious!) meals all week!
Healthy Meal Plan
Stuffed butternut squash
Baked salmon with stir fried veggies
Bloody Mary Stew
Chili with a side of quinoa
Spinach meatballs with a paleo pasta
Leftovers/someone else cooks
Breakfasts and lunches
Savory spinach pancakes
Butternut squash muffins
Toddler made (healthy) pizza muffins
Rainbow carrot noodles in a breakfast hash
Egg bake with goats cheese, spinach/kale, and some extra veggies
Broccoli cauliflower soup
Smoothies as per usual
Previous meal plans
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