Weeknight Meal Planner: 01/02/18
Start your week with a warming bowl of soup filled with pasta, spinach and peas. For a vegetarian version of this lemony soup, use organic or lower-sodium vegetable broth in place of chicken broth.
Use a grill pan to get achieve charred marks on your salmon for an additional depth of flavor to the dish. If you don't like the bite of raw garlic, drop the clove in boiling water for 1 minute to blanch, then proceed with the pesto.
The fall family favorite goes lighter with barely sweetened apples. And instead of the typical pork chops, we go for lean, inexpensive pork tenderloin. Complete the meal with a side of Broccolini or broccoli.
Classic Cajun flavors--the smoky, spicy seasoning; sweet shrimp; and onion, green bell pepper, and celery trinity--give this pasta toss a New Orleans vibe. A jolt of ground red pepper spices things up nicely, while creamy half-and-half smooths out the edges.
Enjoy and easy night of of this Mexican-inspired enchiladas dish that you can cook and serve within 30 minutes total. Quick tip: While the sauce cooks, shred the chicken. For a spicy kick, top with chopped jalapeños.
Love the Chick-fil-A’s signature frosted lemonade? With our DIY take on the genius summertime treat, it’s incredibly easy to enjoy (and customize) it at home. This sweet and tangy lemonade milkshake is as refreshing as it is decadent, and easy to mix up for a group. Put your own spin on it by using a different flavor of ice cream (strawberry would be delicious) or adding another cooling kick of flavor with fresh mint leaves. You can also make give this creamy frozen lemonade the “grown-up” treatment by adding in a splash of vodka.