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 Holidays
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 inspire you to create more recipes in your kitchen. So let's check them out:
- November 8 is Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day! I could not believe that there is a day for this kind of food either. I highly recommend cooking Koshari with its pungent, garlicky and vinegary sauces.
- November 9 is National Greek Yogurt Day, which by the way is not Greek!
🫑 In Season Now
Chard, cauliflower, chicory, onion, beet, beans, lettuce, potato, pea, leek, turnip, radish, celery, pumpkin, pinapple, winter berry, banana, apple, pomegranate, fig, , pear, plum, grape. A lot to choose from!
If you love a good and quick chicken recipe you will love this chicken and artichoke one. It is easy, one pot and takes just 30 minutes to make.
These liver sandwiches have always been a favorite of mine and my husband. Recently one of my kids joined us! If you love liver, try this recipe.
This week I have an easy creamy milk pudding for you to try. Mahalabia is a delicious 4-ingredient milk pudding that is ready in 10 minutes. Psst, I love eating it hot.