Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

A 5 night, Weekly Dinner Meal Plan that’s easy, seasonal, and healthy. Plus, a weekly treat you won’t want to miss. 

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan: May 7 – 11:

It’s week 19 and we’re fully into May. My peas are moving up their vines in the garden and I’m trying to be patient. The sun is growing warmer and our thoughts are beginning to think about summer!

We’re also thinking and planning for Mother’s Day this coming Sunday. We’ve gathered some great ideas for Mother’s Day at 31Daily. From brunches to breakfast in bed ideas. Which are, of course, easy and doable. Think about how you can spoil your mom, grandma… and special women in your life this week. Hint: Coffee and lattes go a long way!

I’m often asked by friends, family, and readers what I’m cooking for dinner this week. Weeknight meals in our house can be hectic, with everyone going in different directions. This week’s meals have fewer ingredients, are healthy comfort food, and will hopefully shave off some hands-on minutes in the kitchen.

It’s going to be a great week!

Don’t Miss:

At the bottom of this post is a link to download the Weekly Dinner Plan with links to the recipes for easy access.

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

Week at a Glance

Monday: Mediterranean Shakshuka
Tuesday: Homemade Mac and Cheese
Wednesday: Turmeric Pork Chops
Thursday: Shawarma Stuffed Pitas
Friday: Salmon Burgers
Treat: Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

Monday: Mediterranean Shakshuka

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

Start the week off right with breakfast for dinner! This Israeli comfort food, Mediterranean Shakshuka, is the epitome of easy and delish. Serve with an herbed salad and crusty bread. It almost requires that crusty bread!

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Tuesday: Homemade Baked Mac and Cheese

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

I’m not sure why Tuesdays are hectic at our house — but they are! The ultimate comfort food is what’s on the menu tonight. It’s creamy, gooey, melty cheese will make everyone slow down — if only for a few minutes! Serve with a green salad loaded with veggies.

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Wednesday: Turmeric Pork Chops

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

For a boost of protein and healthy turmeric, these pork chops are incredibly tasty, but also incredibly easy! It’s a win-win for sure! Serve with an arugula salad or greens of choice, steamed broccoli, and brown minute rice. Use the dripping in the pan to drizzling over the rice for extra flavor.

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Thursday: Chicken Shawarma Stuffed Pita

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

An easy, delicious dinner, all wrapped up in a pita. The great news is… there might just be some left over for Friday’s lunch! Everything you need for dinner, is in the pita!

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Friday: Crispy Salmon Burgers

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

So… it’s Friday! And Friday should be easy and fun. I try to serve fish at least once a week, so Friday’s the day. And it couldn’t be easier as it’s made with mostly pantry ingredients I always have on hand. Serve the salmon burgers on your favorite bun with sliced tomatoes and either a green salad… or our preference, a simple coleslaw.

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Weekly Treat: Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

“Strawberry and rhubarb are an irresistible combo in the spring and early summer. Both sweet and tart with a crisp, buttery topping, it’s perfect for dessert or (dare we say) breakfast.”

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Sunday: Mother’s Day

Mother's Day Breakfast and Brunch Recipes for a Special Lady | 31Daily.com

Whether you’re planning breakfast in bed, brunch… or even a tea party, we’ve gathered lots of ideas to help you celebrate the special women in your life.

Mother’s Day Ideas >>


Weekly Meal Plans

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Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19
Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 19

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Stephanie Wilson is an author, blogger, publisher, and former television news writer and producer. She lives in the Puget Sound area with her family.

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