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Weekly Meal Plan – week January 11

Meal Planning Jan 11

Second full week in January and keeping up the meal planning. Just to recap last week’s meal plan, I followed the meal plans until the weekend. We still had the flank steak I planned for Saturday but we had it the past Sunday instead with hasselback-style roasted potatoes. On Saturday, we had turkey avocado burgers I had made at Supperworks in the fall. I don’t feel bad for not following the meal plan to a T as I still got to empty out the fridge and we didn’t eat out (or get take out!).

I ended up baking some banana applesauce blueberry muffins on Sunday and will share the recipe review soon.

The plan of this week is to continue cleaning out the freezer! Not a lot of recipe shares as most of it is pre-made or will be throw together, no-recipe meals.


Pasta with tomato sauce and sauteed shrimp and baby spinach.


Frozen pizza and soup (ready-made/tetra pak).


Chili with garlic bread. I made two extra batch the last time so don’t have to make it.


Korean beef bowl with jasmine rice. This is a go-to recipe for me from Damn Delicious. Simple and tasty. I like to top with a fried egg for extra yumminess.


Tortellini soup – I’ve been making this easy recipe by Rachael Ray for years and no longer even follow a recipe. It’s simply frozen cheese tortellini in chicken broth with lemon zest and baby spinach.


Pan-fried chicken breasts with steamed broccoli and mashed potatoes.


Saccotini (little pasta pouches) in tomato sauce.

Hope everyone stays warm this week (especially in Toronto where there is snow and a cold snap) and keep eating well!


6 thoughts on “Weekly Meal Plan – week January 11”

  1. It’s great that you make time & effort to planning your meals. In this day & time, its so easy to be completely bombarded by life that at times, fast food is just the quickest route. But a bit of sacrifice & time can really pay off. Keep it up! And thanks for sharing your plan!

    1. Simple is the key! I love making more complex dishes but definitely not up for it at the end of a long workday and with a hungry child who needs to eat soon.

    1. It’s a great way to save money! I know there is food in there that has lived there for years and needs to be thrown out, which is such a waste of money.

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