Menu Planning Series
{Week 19}

9:00 AM

Welcome to my menu planning series! This series is all about me sharing my family's week of dinners. I make dinner for the family every weekday evening, on weekends we eat leftovers and sometimes go out to eat. I try my best to switch up our meals fairly often and am always looking for new recipes to try. I am hoping this series inspires some of you and also keeps me from being too repetitive with our meals. I will be posting this series every two weeks, which was voted on by all of you. I will be including the SmartPoints Value for each meal in case any Weight Watchers members are interested. Enjoy this week's menu!

Chicken Stir Fry
SmartPoints Value: 10 points
A staple dinner in our household and one of my all time favorites. Click here for my recipe.

Spaghetti and Texas Toast
SmartPoints Total: 15 points
Another staple and one of kid's absolute favorites. This is spaghetti with my homemade sauce and turkey meatballs. I served it along with Texas toast.

Layered Chicken Enchilada Bake
SmartPoints Total: 7 points per serving
This is a recipe from Emily Bites, click here for the full recipe. It turned out super delicious and is definitely a new favorite in our household.

Turkey Lettuce Cups, Brown Rice, and Peas
SmartPoints Total: 13 points
This meal was a special request from my husband. These are lettuce cups with ground turkey and cashews in an Asian sauce. I paired them with brown rice and steamed peas.

I hope you enjoyed getting a glimpse into my kitchen and menu planning for the week. If I have recipes on my blog for any of the meals posted then the text will be linked in their description. If you would like a recipe for any of the meals posted, please let me know in the comments below. Click here to see my last edition of my menu planning series.

In the comments down below, let me know your favorite vegetarian recipe.

As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!

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