Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 30: It’s All About the Veggies

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Weekly Dinner Meal Plan: July 23 – 27

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

We’re seeing the backside of July this week — which means summer produce is at its best! We’re taking advantage of all those goodies in this week’s dinners.

Shortcuts are what summer cooking is all about. This week, I’m buying a rotisserie chicken that will serve for 2 meals. First for Monday’s Vietnamese Style Chicken and Noodle Salad and Friday’s BBQ Chicken Pizza. For Monday, I’ll be swapping the marinade for a favorite store-bought, making Monday’s dinner a breeze.

Plus, I’m making my all-time, it isn’t summer without it, Corn Chowder.

And speaking of easy, fresh, and seasonal — this week’s treat features blueberries, a microwave… and 2 minutes.

Stay cool this third week of July!

Be sure to print your dinner planner at the bottom of this post.

Have a great summer week!


Week at a Glance

Monday: Vietnamese-Style Chicken & Noodle Salad
Tuesday: Farmers’ Market Corn Chowder
Wednesday: Foil Packet Cod with Greens
Thursday: Farmhouse Tuscan Easy Bolognese
Friday: BBQ Chicken Pizza
Treat: 2 Minute Blueberry Crisp in a Mug


Monday: Vietnamese-Style Chicken & Noodle Salad

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 30: It's All About the Veggies | 31Daily.com

To make this salad a no-cook dinner: Pick up a bottle of your favorite marinade or sauce and a rotisserie chicken from the market. Then all that’s left is some chopping and assembling.

“This [Vietnamese-Style Chicken & Noodle Salad] starts with lemongrass- and ginger-marinated chicken that’s tossed with a tangle of rice noodles, a mess of crunchy vegetables and herbs, and an umami-rich dressing. Whip it up at the end of the day, or prep it during your weekend meal prep and enjoy it hot or cold for dinner.”
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Tuesday: Farmers’ Market Corn Chowder

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 30: It's All About the Veggies | 31Daily.com

Farmers’ Market Corn Chowder. It’s not summer without it. Loaded with corn, thick with chunks of potato, celery, and carrots, flavored with smoked bacon, corn chowder is summer cooking at its best. And best of all, it’s weeknight perfect.
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Wednesday: Steamed Foil Packet Cod with Greens

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 30: It's All About the Veggies | 31Daily.com

Because as always, Wednesdays are busy for us. These Steamed Foil Packet Cod with Greens is an all-star, quick cook meal, that’s also healthy. By quick, I mean, perhaps 10 minutes, from start to finish.
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Thursday: Farmhouse Tuscan Easy Bolognese

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One pan pasta that’s light and summery and full of fresh bursting cherry tomatoes. This farmhouse style easy bolognese is exactly what summer cooking is all about. One pan, fresh ingredients, and only 30 minutes.
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Friday: BBQ Chicken Pizza

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 30: It's All About the Veggies | 31Daily.com

“Store-bought pizza dough, leftover chicken, BBQ sauce … check, check, check! This weeknight pizza couldn’t be easier. It’s savory, sweet, tangy, and it only takes 15 minutes of oven time. Who could ask for anything more?” — especially on a summer Friday night?
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Weekly Treat: 2 Minute Blueberry Crisp in a Mug

Weekly Dinner Meal Plan // Week 30: It's All About the Veggies | 31Daily.com

Blueberries are still in season, and I’ve not yet had my fill. This week’s treat is an ever so easy microwave treat — in 2 minutes. It’s so easy, I might just have to make 2 treats this well. Here are some ideas…
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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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