Enjoy a free, 5-day meal plan of delicious meals for you and your family. Meal plan is a great way to ease your days, relax, save time while making sure your family is getting hot home-cooked meals every night.
I've been sharing 5-day meal plans with my email subscribers for many years now, started sharing some of those on Instagram and I love the feedback I get from those who love the meal plans and use them regularly.
If you’re new to my meal plans, they normally include 5 dinner recipes and one or two desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. I'm trying my best to be thoughtful and add a variety of recipes with plenty of wiggle room for you to add or subtract food and I always suggest you make a day per week for leftovers or use them for lunch the next day.
Food Days This Week
This week we are having some interesting and fun days to celebrate. These days are a good opportunity to raise awareness, shed some light, or to inspire you to create more recipes in your kitchen. So let's check them out:
- July 11: National Mojito Day. Here is an easy virgin mojito recipe to celebrate the day.
- July 12: National Pecan Pie Day., a good time to try these easy mini pecan pies with no corn syrup.
- July 13: National French Fries Day.
- July 16: National Ice Cream Day. Try this Arabic ice cream today.
In Season Now
July is here and so is summer produce, almost everything is in season. Apricot, avocado, beets, corn, tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, figs, mango, watermelon, peaches, okra, plum... and the list goes on.
If you love shawarma you are going to love these chicken shawarma bowls. These bowls are created fatteh style, crispy bread, shawarma rice, and white sauce are served with delicious shawarma white sauce.
Here is how to make shrimp fajitas for an easy dinner tonight. I love this recipe, especially on busy back-to-school nights.
Bamia stew is an Arabic okra recipe made with lamb or beef. You can also skip the meat for a meatless or vegan version. Serve with Lebanese vermicelli rice for a delicious meal.
Try these eggplant boats, a healthier version of the traditional Egyptian moussaka.
Have you ever tried to eat couscous as a dessert?. Try this version of sweet couscous and let me know what do you think.