5 Easy Dinner Recipes are featured as part of our Weekly Meal Plan with printable menus available for you to customize for your family’s dinner. Use these recipes to inspire your meal planning this week.
What do you do for dinner when your day is crazy busy? I used to just grab something from the drive thru on our way from one after school activity to another. But now that I have our Weekly Meal Plan every week to help me get dinner on the table, I’m realizing that you can have dinner on the table every night with a little planning.
Here are 5 Easy Dinner Recipes you can make for dinner every night this week so you don’t have to go through a drive thru or order take out.
Weekly Meal Plan
If your family is like mine, they don’t like having the same recipe over and over again. I think you’re going to enjoy trying these new recipes this week.
I’m so happy we have our Weekly Meal Plan to help every week to make sure we have good meals on the table every night for our families. If you’re struggling with getting meals together and on the table every night, I suggest you start planning out your meals.
Get the kids involved with the planning also! Have them pick a meal one night a week. And make sure they know they need to pick a healthy meal that includes vegetables. Make it fun for them!
FREE WEEKLY MEAL PLAN PRINTABLES
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One Pan Roasted Lemon Pepper Salmon and Garlic Parmesan Asparagus
Lemon and Parmesan were just made to go together and they work great with this salmon recipe!
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In case you’re looking for more dinner ideas, check out the past Weekly Meal Plans available on the site for you: