Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 20)

Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 20)

Hi everyone! I’m back from another week in Charleston where I was shooting the second half of my new cookbook, Skinnytaste Fast and Slow (comes out this Fall). While there I did a book signing at the Charleston Wine + Food Festival, got to try some new restaurants and did some sight seeing, if you haven’t been there yet it’s a must! 

This is week 20 of sharing my weekly dinner plans. I use The Skinnytaste Meal Planner pictured below to plan my dinners for the week (you can of course use any meal planner). 

Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 20)

A
52-week meal planner, food tracker and exercise tracker in one. I’ve
included the Smart Points next to the recipes since I am currently on
Weight Watchers. Also, if you have The Skinnytaste Cookbook, and currently on Weight Watchers, I have all the Smart Points listed here for your convenience.

Meal planning is a great way to get organized before heading to the supermarket to get ready for the week! My
breakfast is usually something quick like eggs with fruit, a smoothie
or avocado toast. We’re a family of four, so if a recipe serves
more, it’s either packed up for everyone’s lunch or eaten the next day as leftovers. If you would like to see some of the previous week’s dinner plans, click here.

Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 20)

Tuesday: Sweet Potatoes Irish Nachos (SP 6) and leftover soup
                   with Cauliflower Mash (SP 1)
              
Saturday:  Date Night Out!

 

 

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8 comments

  1. I think you've got the wrong smart points listed for the shepherd's pie in this post; above you say 3 but on the page with the recipe, it says 6. I love your posts btw!

  2. Hi Gina,
    I live alone too but always cook for two so that I have leftovers- just commenting on Roma's post.
    I have a question for you- I don't eat beef, pork or lamb (basically mammals) but I love the flavor of the cabbage and carrots made in corn beef and cabbage. Do you know of any way to get that flavored broth with a turkey thigh or chicken thighs? Or even without them? What makes a corned beef taste that way? I ate it when I was a kid but that was like 55 years ago. I'm 61. thanks in advance!!

  3. Hi Gina, I love your recipes (I'm on WW). I am single and cook only for myself, therefore I would not cook 5-7 meals weekly. My freezer is already packed with leftovers, meats, veggies & fruits. I usually cook 2 meals a week and eat them for 5 days. Can you please offer some help (ideas) to us single simple folks perhaps with some simple not so complicated meal plans?

  4. Thank you for sharing! I'm stuck in a uncreative period where I just eat unhealthy stuff or "boring" food, no new ideas. I'm gonna try this out! 🙂

  5. This is fabulous! Thanks for sharing! Hugs, Hannah!

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  6. What is the best way to use the leftovers from the corned beef and cabbage for the soup?