Weekly Meal Plan

We finally have some fall weather in Kansas this week, and it makes me soooo happy! Here’s what I’m making this week.

Menu Week 9-25-16 | Mrs Tea & Mr Coffee

 

Sunday – Bacon Wrapped Pork, Wild Rice, Green Beans & Fall Salad – This pork is wrapped in bacon and marinated in soy sauce and a few other things all day. This and the rice are some of Matt’s mom’s specialties. I also made this quintessential fall salad. It has apples, feta, red onions and delicious smokey-sweet walnuts.

Monday – Family Dinner

Tuesday – Grilled Cheese, Tomato Soup & Balsamic Brussels – I think grilled cheese and tomato soup pop up on my meal plans 2 out of 3 times here on Mrs Tea! I love this combo. I’m going to try a new 20 minute tomato soup, which makes it perfect for a week night meal.

Wednesday – Chicken with Teriyaki Quinoa & Roast Broccoli – I got a box of teriyaki quinoa from Aldi and have some rotisserie chicken to go with it. I love roast broccoli and this “crack” broccoli looks so good!

ThursdayParmesan Noodles with Chicken & Peas – This is an easy weeknight meal. I love noodles and these parmesan noodles look so creamy and yummy. I’m going to add some rotisserie chicken and peas.

Friday – Spinach & Artichoke Enchiladas – This is a delicious from scratch meal, but don’t let that scare you away. The homemade enchilada sauce is so much better than the store bought kind and it’s so easy to make. I love adding some ground turkey to these enchiladas to make them a little more hearty. These also make great leftovers!

Saturday – Out

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Weekly Meal Plan

Wow, my life has been crazy lately, which puts meal planning on the back burner. I’m hoping that fall will be a little bit calmer! Here is what is on the menu for this week!

Menu Week 9-18-16 | Mrs Tea & Mr Coffee

Sunday French Onion Chicken and Salad – This was so good! All of the wonderful flavors of French Onion Soup, with chicken and totally bread-dipping-delicious. Totally hearty and a great Sunday night dinner.

Monday – Flank Steak with Peanut Sauce,Thai Brussels & Fried Rice – This peanut sauce is one of my favorite accompaniment to anything grilled. We have this multiple times a summer, and wanted to get it in one last time before grilling season is over.

Tuesday – Cheesy Tortilla with Egg & Black Beans – This is an easy dinner that’s meatless and will help use up my leftovers. I love making homemade black beans and have some in my fridge that I need to eat up. They are super easy and you can make them in the crockpot! I like to use dry black beans and soak them overnight. I drain and put them in the crockpot with chili powder, cumin, red onion, rotel, garlic and vegetable broth. Let this sit all day on low, and you’ve got perfectly cooked homemade black beans. These are delicious as a side dish or mixed into tacos.

Wednesday – Sweet Potato Turkey Chili & Green Beans – I’m so ready for fall and all of the fall food and flavors that goes with it. I love this chili. It’s smoky and slightly sweet. It’s really easy to put together and great leftover for lunches.

Thursday – Out – Peanut Butter S’mores – I’m making this end of summer/beginning of fall dessert to take over to a friend’s house for dinner. What could be bad about peanut butter + graham crackers + chocolate + marshmallows? Not a thing!

Friday – White Chicken Chili – This is an easy stovetop “chili” that has chicken, white beans, corn, tomatoes and some seasonings. It’s one of our favorite chili’s!

Saturday – KSU Game 🙂

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Weekly Meal Prep

It’s time again to start meal prepping! Meal prepping makes life so much easier. I don’t always love doing it but I love the results of it. I try to set aside 30 minutes to an hour or more depending on my schedule, each week to get some things chopped or cooked to prepare for the week.

 

Meal Prep Week 6-5-16 | Mrs Tea & Mr Coffee

You can see my weekly meal plan here, which coincides with what I’ve prepped for the week.

Here is what I prepped this week:

  • Coconut Flour Banana Bread – this is one of my favorite banana breads. It’s super moist and there isn’t any added sugar.
  • Cut up fruit and vegetables – I like to cut up fruits and vegetables to have on hand for the week. This week I did grapes, strawberries, and blueberries and some bell peppers and broccoli. I’ll use some of the vegetables for side dishes this week or eat them raw with hummus. I’m trying to take a little detox this week, so having healthy things on hand to eat helps me stay on track.
  • Thai Peanut Noodles – I’ve had this on rotation in my weekly meal plan posts frequently. I made a batch of this to have for meals for the week. To make it even easier, I make it vegetarian, by not adding chicken. It’s still as delicious and filling without it.
  • Blueberry Muffin Larabar Balls – I love Larabars. They are made with only whole foods and are a nice snack. They can get pricey, so it’s nice to make these Larabar balls at home. This recipe is so delicious and naturally sweetened with dates. It’s packed with flavor and literally tastes like a blueberry muffin.

That’s all for this week! Thanks for stopping by!

Weekly Meal Plan

Hey guys! It’s been soooooo long. I’m starting to feel inspired again and getting back into a little more structure in my life. Which means, making myself put together weekly meal plans. Here is what is on the menu for this week! Also, I got a new menu board which will make it a little bit easier to get my new plans down.

Menu Week 6-5-16 | Mrs Tea & Mr Coffee

Sunday – Baked Lemon Chicken, Roasted Asparagus, Salad and Quinoa Brown Rice – This is kind of a long one, but sometimes on Sundays, it’s nice to make a little bit “fancier” of a dinner. But it’s really not that fancy at all :). This baked chicken recipe is honestly one of the best tasting baked chicken recipes I’ve ever made. It’s so juicy and has so much flavor, and is super easy. I would compare it to rotisserie chicken, but since you’re making it at home, you know all of the ingredients that go into it! I made a big batch of this to have for leftovers to put in my pasta later this week. My new favorite salad dressing is this recipe that has apple cider vinegar, olive oil, garlic, s&p and a little honey. So good!

Monday – Taco Salad – This is a really easy week night meal. I like to brown up some ground turkey and use homemade taco seasoning to season it. I make a double batch of the seasoning and keep it on hand. I just do a tablespoon of chili powder, oregano, paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, cumin and a teaspoon of kosher salt. It is so much better than the store bought kind! I serve this over a big bowl of lettuce, add in some bell peppers, green onions, and corn. I dress it with salsa and just a little bit of ranch. Yum!

TuesdayCashew Sauce over Pasta & Roast Broccoli – I’m so excited to try this recipe. I love the idea of using cashews as a creamy sauce for pasta. I’m going to add in some of the roast chicken that I made earlier in the week, some easy caramelized red onions, and I’m going to use spinach instead of kale, since that’s what I have on hand.

Wednesday – Chicken Fingers, Green Beans & Sweet Potatoes – This is one of my favorite meals to make when Matt travels! I call it my kid meal. I try to make it healthy by having some vegetables and will make the sweet potato fries from scratch. It’s easy to make them at home and they are delicious.

ThursdayCashew Chicken – Asian inspired food is probably one of my favorite types of food. I love all stir fries and fried rice and the sauce. Yum. And this chicken dish looks so easy and delicious. I love that it’s packed with veggies.

Friday – Out

Saturday – Grilled Chicken Teriyaki – I have an easy and delicious marinade recipe that my mom always used growing up. It’s soy sauce based and is super yummy. I love to add pineapple slices and a slice of provolone or havarti cheese.

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Weekly Meal Plan

Things have been crazy in our lives lately, so I’m happy to get back into a routine, which includes meal planning. Here is what is on the menu this week…

Menu Week 4-10-16 | Mrs Tea & Mr Coffee

Sunday – Royal’s Game

Monday Blue Cheese Brisket & Green Beans – What can be better than bacon, beef and blue cheese together. Nothing! This beef is nice and tender and seared in bacon grease! This is super easy since it’s slow cooked in the crock pot all day.

TuesdayThai Peanut Veggie Stir Fry –  This is one of my favorites! It’s so easy and filled with flavor and veggies. You don’t even need the meat in this dish, it’s plenty filling and delicious with out it.

Wednesday – Steak & Kung Pao Green Beans – It’s been super nice here in KC lately, so we love to grill out as much as we can. I bought some steaks for Matt to grill and I’ll put together an easy side dish.

Thursday – Bacon & Bourbon – This is a local event full of bacon and bourbon. We went last year and it was so much fun! Can’t wait to go again this year.

Friday – Pork Steaks & Spinach Artichoke Mac & Cheese – This mac and cheese looks delicious. I have a ton of extra spinach lying around from packaging smoothies, I love finding ways to use up the extra.

Saturday – Wedding

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