Meal planning confession

I have been lousy about blogging our meal plans.  Sorry about that.  I have been planning meals and building grocery lists around that, I just haven’t been blogging about it.  This week, though, I actually remembered.  So here goes:

Chicken Spaghetti from The Meaning of Pie.  I tried the Pioneer Woman’s chicken spaghetti a while back and found it bland and uninteresting – this looks like a better recipe.  We’ll see.

Simply Reem’s Coconut Chicken.  I tried her Potato Curry a while back and loved it.  Chad’s not a huge fan of A) curry or B) vegetarian dishes, but it was perfect for me.  I’m hoping the coconut chicken will be a hit – honestly, now as I type this I can’t remember if Chad likes coconut.  Hm.

Stuffed Peppers.  I was inspired by my sister and made up a recipe and they turned out great.  I’ll definitely add them to our non-existent regular rotation of meals.

This spicy tuscan soup from Tasty Kitchen.  Except, I’m scared of kale, so I’m totally making it with spinach instead.

Can we talk about Mr. Food’s Italian Layer Bake?  I should have read the reviews prior to the night I wanted to make it.  Or read the recipe more than once and realized it was sort of an egg casserole, which was not what I wanted.  So we ate deli meat and cheese rolled up in crescent rolls with a bad attitude.  I did, at least.  Chad didn’t really seem to mind.

Mix & Match Mama’s Chicken Suiza Enchiladas and totally bizzare sounding Corn & Bacon Pasta round out the list.  Plus, I think I even have pantry ingredients to make Peanut Sesame Noodles from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe.

 

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