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Weekly Meal Plan

We had a fun weekend of treats and good times! On Friday, the hubs and I went to see Garth Brooks. He rocked it! It was so much fun to hear all the good music - some songs I had forgotten about completely. We treated ourselves before to pomegranate margaritas and cheeseburgers.

My cousin and her husband also came into town which means one thing. Wine. And, we head their way next weekend so .... more wine. 

Someone liked the selfie stick :)
This week, I planned my meals on Saturday and hit the store with my little crazy. She did well this time though she did scream "CAKE POP" when we walked by the Starbucks. Luckily, a cheese station and some free samples calmed her down a bit.

Like I mentioned in this post, I make one involved meal then usually a protein and veggie for dinner the other nights.  So, here's what's cooking -

Monday - Poppyseed Chicken and green beans (because...Ritz crackers, y'all) NOTE - this isn't the healthiest of choices, but my portion will be small, and I want it. So there. :) )

Tuesday - Chicken Fajita Salad (we will cook fajitas on Sunday again and always have a bunch leftover - this salad will consist of romaine lettuce, tomatoes, avocado, and black beans topped with the chicken and fresh salsa as the dressing)

Wednesday - Broiled Honey-Lime Salmon and Balsamic Butter asparagus

Thursday - leftovers from all the goodies from the week

Friday - Out to dinner

For some quick breakfasts, lunches, and snacks, I am going with the turkey/egg white scrambles and some turkey wraps (anyone else love these Flat Out wraps??). And check out this snack the kids gobbled up - Banana Splits! See recipes below.

Turkey/Egg White Scramble - 4 egg whites plus 1 
whole egg scrambled.
Add in cooked ground turkey

Turkey/Avocado Wrap - deli turkey, 1/2 avocado, 
grape tomatoes, and fresh spinach.
Place ingredients in Flat Out wrap, roll, and enjoy!

Banana Split Snack - 1/2 banana sliced length-wise 
but not all the way through.
Fill with all natural peanut or almond butter and chocolate chips.
Wrap in foil and bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees.
When cool, scoop out the yumminess with a spoon.
I know next weekend we will indulge because of the holiday and getting together with family. I've already planned my workouts for the week so I can be ready!

And teacher friends, don't forget our back to school challenge! Contact me if you want more info - the 21 Day Fix is a great workout and meal planning program. There's even an app to keep track of your progress. 

Happy Monday, friends! What are you cooking this week??

This week, I'm linking up with Moms Favorites and Life of Meg :)

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