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Meal Plan for January 19-25

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Meal Plan 1/19/13 through 1/25/13

Well, Iím sorry to say this week I donít have a lot in terms of a meal planÖ Iím only going to be cooking 3 times this week. J has to go out of town to wrap up his current job, do his exit interview etc, so he will be gone Monday-Friday. Also, I will be going to two hockey games this next week, on Tuesday and Thursday. So that doesn't leave a lot of need for cooking! But I will share my plan anyway, because what I AM making is going to be delicious I think, and a bit lighter than the norm for me, since Iíll be indulging on beer and hot dogs and whatever else at the hockey games.

Saturday, January 19, 2013
There wonít be a whole lot of cooking going on on Saturday. Itís the NHL season opener, so we will be spending most of the day/evening at ďourĒ bar, which is a hockey themed place. Iím going to try and eat a heartier late breakfast and just a few snacks for lunch, so Iíll have plenty of room for some beer and maybe some wings!

Sunday, January 20, 2013
DINNER: Jalapeno Popper Mac N Cheese. Since this is the only meal Iím making for J this week, itís something I think he will really like. I plan on adding around a pound of chicken breasts to it to increase the protein, and I might even get crazy and add some bacon to it, which wonít increase the calories too much.

Iím attempting to ďhealthifyĒ it a bit by using low fat cream cheese, and whole grain elbows. I have it as making 6 servings, with 528 calories per serving, so actually not too bad at all for Mac n Cheese!

Monday, January 21, 2013
LUNCH: Leftover Mac N Cheese

DINNER: Moroccan Spiced Chicken Paillards. This one is a bit more ďout of the boxĒ than what I normally but Iím looking forward to experimenting more when itís only me that has to eat it! This sounds very delicious though.

I have it as making 2 very generous servings (about 8oz of chicken each, so could easily be 4 servings!), at 415 calories per serving. I plan on serving it with some couscous to soak up all the yummy sauce, and a simple sautťed zucchini. Would you believe that Iíve never made couscous, and Iíve only had it a few times? Iíve liked it when I did have it, so I donít know why Iíve never made it.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013
LUNCH: Leftover Moroccan Spiced Chicken Paillards


Wednesday, January 23, 2013
LUNCH: Chipotle!

DINNER: Pasta with Butternut Sauce, Spicy Sausage and Baby Spinach. This is a dish Iíve been saving awhile because J doesnít like Butternut Squash, in any form. I have about a half a squash already chopped up in my freezer, so this is the perfect time to try it out!

Iím also making this for my Maintainers Team ďWhatís Cookiní Good LookiníĒ Challenge. So, next week, you will see a blog post that reviews the recipe, along with photos! I have this as making 4 servings, using 8oz of pasta (what I have left over from another meal), at 511 calories per servingÖ. Not bad at all for a pasta dish that includes sausage!

Thursday, January 24, 2013
LUNCH: Leftover Butternut Pasta

DINNER: More hockey!

Friday, January 25, 2013
LUNCH: Leftover Butternut Pasta (gosh I hope itís good since I plan on eating it so often!)

DINNER: J comes home around 5pm, so Iím sure weíll just go out to eat.
There are no hockey games the following week, and weíll have Jís parents in town, so Iíll be cooking up more delicious meals then. Have a great week everyone!
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  • -AMANDA79-
    Can't wait to see your blog for the game! A girl after my own heart...

    1350 days ago
    I'm excited to hear your thoughts on the jalapeno popper mac n cheese! I have that pinned to try soon. The moroccan chicken also sound delicious!
    1352 days ago
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