This is the very last Thrive At Five weekly meal planning post I’ll be bringing you, and today we’re going out with a bang of flavor. From a vegetarian dish with baked vegetables to a slow cooker leg of lamb. I do believe this week we have something for everyone! It is with a tinge of …
Here we are already deep into October and it’s one of the last Thrive at Five Weekly Meal Planning posts I’ll be bringing you. Since our Thrive at Five group has disbanded, this Friday recipe roundup feature on my blog will be going through a metamorphosis. But more on that at the end of this …
Thrive at Five Weekly Meal Planning is more like weekly recipe suggestions of family dinner ideas that you may not have otherwise thought of. This week we’re bringing you five main course suggestions, and two bonus recipes for breakfast and dessert.
This week the Thrive at Five group of food bloggers brings you five weekly meal planning main courses that range from a seasonal pumpkin pasta, a fast and easy chicken pot potato, a hearty beef and mushroom stew, an Oktoberfest favorite Brat and veggie dish, and an seasonally inspired Asian dish of miso ramen and pumpkin.
This Friday’s weekly meal planning is for the fourth week of September 2017, and I can hardly believe we’re turning the corner into October in just a few days. Where in the world is the time going, and how can we slow things down a little? If you have any ideas, please let me know. *wink*
This week our Thrive At Five dinner recipe offerings are a little like taking a trip around the world, but without having to pack your suitcase!
If you’re familiar with this weekly meal planning feature, you’ll notice that the bonus dishes offered have been decreased from three selections to two. The Thrive At Five food blogger group is going through some changes which will limit our offerings of bonus recipes for the time being. That said, we will continue to bring you our five main course selections for your consideration every week, and every Friday, without fail.
This week for your five main courses for weekly meal planning we’re bringing you a last taste of summer in a deliciously light summer chicken salad, a fast and easy lasagna cup recipe that will also work as a lunch box meal for the kids, a creamy and flavorful pork stroganoff served over noodles, a honey mustard chicken in a sauce that’s to-die-for, and a easy set-it-and-forget-it slow cooker meal for Root Beer Country Ribs.
Since we’ll soon be turning the corner and heading into September, almost everyone I know is busy with back-to-school activities and the hustle and bustle of life at a faster pace. The goal of the Thrive at Five Weekly Meal Planning group is to make your life a tiny bit easier by taking a little bit …
I’m not 100% sure I’m ready for Autumn and back to school, but what choice do we have? Life whips by at lightening fast speed, so if the Thrive At Five group of food bloggers can do anything to help make your life easier when it comes to weekly meal planning, then we’ve got you covered!