Quick & Easy Meal Plan #3

Can I be honest with you? Making these quick & easy meal plans with the printable shopping lists have been life-changing for me. I started making them for you, but I use them, too, and it makes grocery shopping & meal planning so much easier! YAY! Ready for another one? Me, too – let’s go!

Meal planning doesn't have to suck. These are quick & easy meals that will be easy to fix during a busy week. Plus, there's a printable shopping list to make things even easier!

Each quick & easy meal plan consists of 4 dinner ideas, 1 dessert, and I may occasionally throw in a cocktail or something special if there’s a holiday coming up.

Here’s the thing about the recipes I choose for my family: I like easy. And by easy I mean as few ingredients as possible. So when I say these recipes are quick & easy, I truly mean it. I want to get in and out of the kitchen and back to enjoying time with my family.



Dinner #1: Chicken Broccoli Garlic Alfredo Shells

Chicken Broccoli Garlic Alfredo Shells by The Recipe Critic

**NOTE** This recipe calls for homemade alfredo sauce, but I’m not a savvy cook, so I’ll be substituting alfredo sauce in a jar. The shopping list has the alfredo sauce ingredients on it, but notated with an asterisk (*).

Dinner #2: Crazy Good Beef & Broccoli

Crazy Good Beef and Broccoli by Savory Tooth

Dinner #3: Popcorn Shrimp Po Boys with Remoulade Coleslaw

Popcorn Shrimp Po Boys by The Love Nerds

**NOTE** Similar to Dinner #1, this recipe calls for homemade remoulade sauce. Those ingredients are also notated on the shopping list with an asterisk (*) if you’d prefer to skip it.

Dinner #4: Bowtie Chicken Caesar Salad

Bowtie Chicken Caesar Salad by The Girl Who Ate Everything

Dessert: Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Cookie Bars

Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Cookie Bars by Mom on Timeout


Click the image below to download your printable shopping list for this week’s meal plan. **NOTE** The alfredo sauce ingredients & remoulade sauce ingredients are notated with an asterisk (*). I’ll be using alfredo sauce in a jar for dinner #1, and skipping the cole slaw in dinner #2, personally.


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