Meal planning can help keep your week running smoothly, and since it’s Halloween this week, here are some of my favorite recipes that can be made ahead of time and also make great leftovers!
I love this soup not only because it is festive, but also because nutritionally-speaking, it incorporates veggies and pairs so nicely with a grilled cheese or quesadilla making it a family-friendly meal- at least in our household.
A family favorite that will last you well even throughout the winter. Made from an eye of round for a heart-healthier classic.
Nothing fancy here, just a blend of homemade spices with my favorite bean combos! Versatile enough to make vegetarian or vegan if you’d like.
Pulled pork doesn’t have to be unhealthy, especially when you use a lean pork tenderloin.
Any time you’re craving a favorite dish you’d normally order out, try to pick a simple way to incorporate it at home. Slow cooker or one-pan sautes are often on my go-to list.
For those that need other ways to prepare chicken because there are infinite ways to cook chicken.
I hope everyone has a fun, safe, & memorable trick or treating!