Hello! I'm back for a quick post. The last few months have brought a lot of food changes to our home. With PTA meetings, cub scouts, girl scouts, friends, etc, it's getting harder to be home for meal prep. Plus, I'm not experimenting as much, so we're making old favorites over and over again.
A few years ago, I did a workshop for the ladies in my church on meal planning. I even blogged about it. Fast forward to this month, where I'm doing this same workshop in my new area. As I'm looking over my materials and sprucing them up, I was reminded of my old neighbor who used to plan meals 6 weeks in advance. I was also reminded that I had sat down and done that as well. When it came to execution though, I don't think it lasted long.
However... I think my family is at the point now that we need this. It would be more stable and easier to plan.
(This one is more like our house!)
This looong story (sorry!) lead me to look at the new recipes we've made and loved the last few months. I have them all on a Pinterest board, but would like to share them here as well so they are all in the same spot.
Here they are- all pictures belong to the original blog. Have fun!
by Our Best Bites
My 10yr old son has been asking for orange chicken. I found this recipe and had beef so we made it. Let me just say, I really, really dislike Chinese food. But this dish? LOVED it!
My husband served his mission in South Carolina. This is a popular street food there. He was in heaven!
I LOVE this dish. It's so simple, but full of flavor. It makes a TON, so make sure you have lots of people to eat it! I serve it on rice, or even just plain. I like to add some crushed tortilla chips for some texture.
by Our Best Bites
Another WOW from Our Best Bites. I really enjoy this dish. 4 out of 5 family members loved it as well. The 1 who didn't is my 7yr old daughter who doesn't like anything. Quick, easy, HEALTHY, and yum!
This recipe is called The Best Pot Roast... Ever! and it really is!
Make sure you make potatoes or rice with it so you have something to sop up the amazing gravy!
This is a simple, yet delicious meatloaf recipe.
1 lb ground beef or turkey
1 box stuffing mix
1 cup water
Mix everything together and press into a loaf pan. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Yum!
So. Very. Good.
It is mandatory to broil the meat after cooking it. I cooked it in the crockpot, and it was really good. However, after broiling it- Amazing!
I think that's good for today. There are some more great meals on my Pinterest board, and I'm always adding more.