All What’s For Dinner?!

  • "What's for Dinner" written over a plate of three salmon patties.
    This week’s meal plan is all about keeping it simple. Hand over the meal plan to the kids or the non-cook in the house and let them whip up any or all of these easy weeknight dinners.
  • Three Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos with sliced avocado and crumbled cheese on top.
    This meal plan is all about making dinner as easy as possible. Lots of swaps and suggestions to use what you have on hand will make this week’s weeknight dinners a snap to make!
  • "What's for Dinner?" Turkey Meatball Soup with Spinach and Orzo in a white bowl.
    This week’s meal plan ensures everyone leaves the table with full bellies and happy hearts. Filling casseroles, hearty soup, plus a sizeable salad, sure to please.
  • "What's For Dinner?" Two bowls of Quinoa Bowls with Sweet Potatoes, Black Beans, and Spinach.
    This week’s meal plan makes the most of your spice drawer. Create simple, pantry meals that are packed full of flavor using what you have on hand.
  • "What's for Dinner" wording is set over a bowl of Pasta Puttanesca.
    In this week’s meal plan, we are using the food we already have on hand to make new meals the whole family loves. Short grocery lists and full bellies make for a happy mama.
  • The words "What's for Dinner" is written across in the middle of the image. Two bowls of pressure cooker chipotle chicken with rice, herbs, sliced jalepano, lime wedge and topped with cojita cheese. The bowls each have a white plate underneath. A partial view of a pressure cooker is in the right lower corner. A fork and knife are resting on a green and red patterned linen in the upper left corner.
    This week’s meal plan reminds us that we can enjoy fresh, seasonal flavors at the dinner table. I’m especially excited for Three-Cheese Pesto Lasagna and Pork Chops with Dijon Sauce served with a side of Smashed New Potatoes with Garlic and Chives.
  • Vegetables and chicken in a skillet
    This week's meal plan recipes have either short ingredient lists, can be made ahead of time or are on the table in thirty minutes or less. Incredibly delicious, homemade dinners for the win!
  • This week’s meal plan focuses on family favorites with a batch of chocolate cupcakes thrown in for good measure. Enjoy Slow Cooker Meatballs in Tomato Sauce, Sweet and Sour Chicken, Fettuccine Alfredo and some sole to round out the week.
  • Celebrate spring and St. Patrick’s Day with “green” food all week long. Start your meal planning week with Thai Green Curry, by midweek enjoy a quick and easy Kale and Sausage Dinner then wrap up the week with Salmon with Avocado Remoulade!
  • This week’s meal plan is all about adjusting with the shifting temperature and mood that is the month of March. It’s still cool enough for comfort food but everyone is ready to welcome spring. We give you the best of both words: comfort food classics paired with light, fresh spring sides.
  • A speckled plate with taquitos on it.
    This meal plan is all about adjusting and adapting. Being on the go, needing quick and easy dinner ideas, or figuring out how to get those 5 a day doesn’t mean you can’t eat well. Don’t sacrifice — enjoy Freezer Chicken Burritos, Pasta Pomodoro with Shrimp, and Baked Sweet Potato Taquitos.
  • Weeknight sausage and chicken paella in white bowls
    Making dinner each night can sometimes seem like a chore. Make this week’s meal plan work for you! Each dinner idea creates exceptional next-day lunchtime leftovers. If the recipe doesn’t make enough, don’t worry — each one is easy to double!
  • Close up view of Southwest Skillet Chicken in a pot with a wooden spoon.
    When the doldrums of winter drag on it’s best to mix up your meal plan with a balance of comfort food classics like hanger steak with lighter meals like salmon to remind you summer isn't too far off.
  • Beef and broccoli stir fry on a cream plate with a spoon resting in the lower right hand side.
    Dinner this week has something for everyone – chili, easy enchiladas, and ramen stir fry for the causal diners and Chicken Cordon Bleu or seared tuna for those looking to serve something extra special.
  • Close up of beef Pho in an orange bowl with a second yellow bowl nearby.
    It’s February, and that means love is in the air! Love for your team. Love for your partner in crime. Love for getting dinner on the table every night like a pro! This week’s meal plan gives you five great dinner ideas with simple twists on the classics like skillet chicken, mac and cheese, and Ritz Cracker Crusted Cod.
  • Salmond on a bead of greens.
    Living a healthy lifestyle doesn't happen overnight. Making one simple dietary change at a time can translate to big changes over the long haul. Use this week's dinner ideas to set yourself (and your family) up for success!
  • Arugula Pizza on a cutting board with pieces scattered about.
    Welcome to your Week 3 Meal Plan! This week we take the guesswork out of what to make for dinner with healthy recipes that are sure to inspire and satisfy!
  • Two Black Rice Tofu bowls packed with vegetables on a white counter top with sliver spoons nearby.
    Usher in week 2 of the January Challenge with these 5 days of healthy family dinner ideas! From Black Rice Grain Bowls to Spicy Turkey Burgers, everyone in the family will find something to love here!

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