Meal planning and easy dinners are the key to staying sane during the week.   Here are some easy recipes to get you through this week! what's for dinner it's a keeper weekly meal planWe have another crazy busy week upon us.  It all starts tomorrow night.  My little guy has his Cub Scouts Pinewood Derby race.  His car is ready and he is super excited to race tomorrow night.

Last year, he ended up taking first place in his Tiger Den and 2nd place over the whole pack!   He’s hoping his luck is still running strong for this year’s race.  His mama will definitely be keeping her fingers crossed that he does good again this year!

Easy Recipes for Dinner this Week:

Sunday: One Pot BLT
Monday: Race Day!  The Best Wimpies Ever (I’ve got them ready to go in the crock pot!)
Tuesday: Perfect Risotto
Wednesday: Simple Perfect Chili
Thursday:  Sticky Slow Cooker Chicken
Friday:  Super Strombolis
Saturday: Cowboy Breakfast Sandwiches

Free Meal Planning Printable

Do you cringe when your family asks you what’s for dinner?  Meal planning is your answer to what’s for dinner.  It’s what helps to keep me on track no matter how busy our schedule gets.  If you want to learn more about meal planning, check out my meal planning post.

If you’re ready to make your own weekly meal plan, make sure you print out my free meal planning printable! It will help you stay organized as you map out your week of easy recipes.

Weekly Meal Plan of Easy Recipes and Free Meal Planning Printable

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I hope you find this weekly meal plan helpful. I’d love to know what’s for dinner at your house? Leave a comment below or let me know on Facebook, Twitter or Google +!

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Christina Hitchcock It's a Keeper

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One Response to My Weekly Meal Plan of Easy Recipes {Week 4}

  1. Those breakfast sandwiches sound really good!!

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