Weekly Meal Plan: February 16th – 22nd * With Grocery List!

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Life has been busy…and snowy! We are coming off a week where we seriously totaled upwards of 22 inches of snow. I’m over it. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good snow. Heck, we’re moving to Boston, I better love a good snow. BUT I’m trying to get ready to sell a house y’all, so I need to get rid of this snow. Anyway, it’s getting crazy up in here and so my meal plans need to be a bit more planned out. Down to the breakfasts and lunches, and even snacks. I’m even going to add a grocery list to the weekly meal plan!

Sunday: Chicken Lettuce Wraps – CSA Style and Rice

We haven’t made this in a while but we got some kholrabi from the farm this week and so it seems like perfect timing! I love to eat it with lettuce but two of my kiddos like it over rice:) I’ll most likely double the recipe in order to make it last throughout the week for some lunches.
#List Items: oil, chicken breasts x 2, kholrabi, spring onions (Woot! on my windowsill), 4 garlic cloves, soy sauce, brown sugar, red wine vinegar, sugar, ketchup, lemon juice, hot mustard or Indian Mustard Greens, lettuce leaves (butterhead style)

Monday: Kale and Zucchini Meatloaf 

This one is an easy one to make ahead and put in the oven about an hour before dinner time. The only thing then to do is the mashed potatoes. So I just make sure they are washed and peeled earlier in the day.
#List Items: kale, zucchini, 1 pound organic ground pork, 1 pound organic ground beef, ketchup, brown sugar, bread crumbs (homemade are best), flour, eggs, potatoes, Kerrygold butter, salt and pepper

Tuesday: Breakfast for Dinner Night – Eggs, bagels, bacon

Another crowd favorite!
#List Items: eggs, bagels, bacon, toast, cheese

Wednesday: Homemade Pizza

Not that I’ll be getting to our grill any time soon but I LOVE Steph’s grilled pizza posts. Here is my favorite! Makes me long for summer:)
#List Items: Favorite veggies, pizza sauce (homemade is great!), pizza crust (homemade is great!),

Thursday: Leftover Night! 

Friday: Roasted Chicken with Veggies

I am going to use my Deep Covered Baker to roast a whole chicken with some carrots, potatoes, celery, and herbs that we got from the farm share. We will certainly have leftovers so that can be lunches for the upcoming weekend! And the best part? Homemade organic chicken broth!!!
#List Items: Organic Roasted Chicken (mine’s from Sunrise CSA – love the Zechs), potatoes, carrots, celery, onion, rosemary and thyme

Saturday: Amazing Vegetable Soup

I’ll be making a gigantic stockpot of this up. I’ll use it all week for lunch. Start it off right with a bunch of veggies. I’ll skip the beef this time:)
#List Items: 96 ounces organic beef broth, 1 yellow onion, 3 cloves garlic, 1 small head organic cabbage, 1 pack organic carrots, 28 ounces crushed tomatoes, Beefy Onion Soup Mix (I need to find a substitute for this stat):), green beans, peas, organic yellow potatoes, frozen corn (I still have one bag from the summer!), and celery

Breakfasts for Week:

Smoothies!: #List Items: yogurt (we love Happy Tots yogurt), frozen fruit (your favorite kinds), bananas, kale or spinach)
Beet Pancakes: #List Items: buttermilk, eggs, beet puree (I’ve got this frozen), flour, baking soda/powder, sugar, Kerrygold butter, whole milk, salt

Snacks for the Week: 

Banana Muffins: #List Items: bananas, eggs, flour, oil, Kerrygold butter,baking powder/soda, salt, vanilla
Dad’s Chocolate Chip Cookies: #List Items: chocolate chips, flour, eggs, Kerrygold butter, brown sugar, vanilla, baking soda/powder, salt





About Lauryn Blakesley


A woman out to explore, celebrate, and enjoy everything that my community and living locally has to offer. Blessed with three beautiful children and an incredible husband, our family embraces adventure while dreaming of what is to come. Lover of knitting, running (although mostly after little ones right now), the color orange, fun accessories, fall, tea, and a clean kitchen floor. I spend my days in awe of my family and trying to teach my three to treat others as they would want to be treated.

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  1. These are great, Lauryn! I need to get more veggies in my boys.

  2. I was born & raised in Mississippi, but when I got married in 1982, we moved to Kingston, MA. There was a blizzard a week before Easter. I had no snow boots, big coat or gloves. I would put socks on my hands to go out and check the mail. That was about the only time I ventured out until the snow melted. #SITSBlogging

  3. I love how you are adding the ingredients to your dinners. I’d love the meatloaf recipe :) Always looking for more ways to use up my Kale.
    Trina O’Boyle recently posted…REAL FOOD Menu Plan 2.16.14My Profile

  4. Love these…except the meatloaf :) I’m working on expanding my horizons tho. You’d be proud. Did I miss the grocery list? Dying to get this started!

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