November 1, 2020

What to Make This Week

Need help deciding what to make this week? I’ve compiled a list of five healthy recipes as well as a downloadable grocery list to help you meal plan and stay on track with your healthy habits all week long. 

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A Little Help with Your Weekly Meal Plan

One of the common requests I get from readers is for meal plans and grocery lists. Believe me, I get it. I think everyone could use a little extra support when it comes to eating well. We are all busy doing what can feel like a billion things during the week, and if we don’t plan, eating healthy balanced meals can easily be put on the back burner.

Well, I’m here to help! I’ve a compiled a list of five easy recipes that you can add to your weekly meal prep as well as a complete grocery list that you can download, print, and take to the grocery store.

What to Make This Week + Your Weekly Grocery List

I’ve compiled a list of five healthy recipes as well as a downloadable grocery list to help you meal plan and stay on track with your healthy habits all week long. This week includes a few easy weeknight dinners, gluten free pumpkin banana bread for a Saturday baking treat, and a healthy tuna salad for your Sunday prep. Be sure to check out my other WHAT TO MAKE THIS WEEK POSTS for even more weekly meal plans and grocery lists.

The Perfect Monday Meal: Crispy Baked Ranch Chicken Wings

crispy baked ranch wings with ranch dip on the side

Soup Season: Loaded Baked Potato Soup

loaded baked potato soup in a brown bowl with a silver spoon and bacon and green onions sprinkled on top

Quick + Simple Breakfast: Banana Bread Chia Pudding

banana bread chia pudding

Saturday Baking: Gluten Free Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

pumpkin banana bread stacked

Sunday Prep: Healthy Tuna Salad

tuna salad, crackers, tomatoes, and celery on a grey plate

This Week’s Grocery List

Ready to make these delicious recipes? I’ve made things super easy for you and put together a free grocery list for you to use. This grocery list includes all of the items you need to make all five of these recipes. To get the full grocery list sign up using the form below and you’ll instantly receive a copy!

When you make these recipes, don’t forget to tag me @ALLTHEHEALTHYTHINGS and use the hashtag #ALLTHEHEALTHYTHINGS in your photos. It helps spread the word about ATHT recipes, plus I absolutely love seeing what you make in your kitchens. I so appreciate you sharing them with your community. Have fun cooking this week!

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