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Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 39)

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Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 39)

Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 39).  The weather is still hot here in New York, so plenty of grilling and salads on the menu. Also taking advantage of summer seasonal peppers, tomatoes and corn.

Pictured below is The Skinnytaste Meal Planner where I plan my dinners for the week (you can of course use any meal planner). 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 39)

Monday: Quinoa Stuffed Peppers (from The Skinnytaste Cookbook)
Tuesday: Slow Cooker Chicken Black Bean Tacos
Wednesday: Summer Corn, Tomato and Avocado Salad With Creamy Buttermilk-Dijon Dressing with Grilled Shrimp
Thursday: Pressure Cooker Stewed Chicken With Corn (Pollo Guisado Con Maiz)
Friday: Gochujang-Glazed Salmon with brown rice
Saturday: Dinner out
Sunday: Korean Beef Rice Bowls

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6 comments on “Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 39)”

  1. I love the Quinoa Stuffed Peppers. I’ve made them every week. 1st week I made 1 batch, 2nd 2 batches and froze for lunch. I made 3 batches to freeze for lunches again tonight. They freeze and reheat very well. 
    Bonus…my meat eating boyfriend raves about how tender the “chicken” is in these. Hahaha! I’m never telling.

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    Amanda Schulz

    Greetings, I have just found your wonderful site and am really excited about using your health conscious recipes and shopping lists. I do have one question though I was curious to know roughly the cost break down each week or if you’ve outlined that somewhere and I’m simply not finding it. I realize not every week a person would have to purchase staples but for the perishables do you have a cost analysis?