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Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 57)

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Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 57)

Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 57).  I hope everyone had a safe and happy New Year! It’s hard to believe I completed an entire year of meal plans, where did the time go? Now that the holidays are over, I am so ready to get back on track and focus on eating healthy and hitting the gym a few extra times a week. How about you?

This week’s menu I’ve chosen some of my Whole30 friendly recipes as requested by many of you who are starting this month. I’ve also included Weight Watchers Smart Points. In my home, these are comfort foods my family enjoys.

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 57)

Monday: Quick Spiralized Zucchini and Grape Tomatoes with grilled chicken
Tuesday: No Bean Turkey and Sweet Potato Chili
Wednesday: Chicken and Avocado Soup
Thursday: Cuban Picadillo with Quick Cabbage Slaw and cauliflower rice.
Friday: Leftovers
Saturday: Dinner Out
Sunday: Balsamic Chicken with Roasted Vegetables

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12 comments on “Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 57)”

  1. Love your books and your website, but would love a more meal planning friendly interface. I have a suggestion. Take a look at how blue apron does their meals, where you can pick and combine different meals for the week.

    Something with that meal flexibility coupled with an interface where you can see a small description and a picture of what the recipe is. Then you just select a few recipes for the week, the website combines the recipes into one shopping list that tallies the correct amount of each ingredient. It’s like blue apron but a whole lot cheaper than having it delivered and you get an organized shopping list to save time while shopping.

    Thanks for all the great work Gina!!

  2. I just ordered the meal planner (finally!), one of my resolutions is to plan dinners better so I’m not scrambling every day. This is totally going to help, I can’t wait to get it!!

  3. My first time trying weekly menu! Loved the tomato zucchini chicken dish! Chili was great too. So far kids and hubby are smiling. Thanks so much for providing working mom friendly recipes! Love slow cooker and soups that you can make ahead of time. 

  4. Sorry if you’ve already answered this but do you do all your meal prepping/cooking on weekends? Or do you grocery shop on weekends and then cook every weeknight?

    1. I personally grocery shop on weekends. You can meal prep some of the recipes if you wish to save time during the week.

  5. I see an chicken and avocado soup listed as a meal but no link to a recipe- it sounds super yummy!  Where can I find the link?

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    Amy Lawrence

    The balsamic chicken is fantastic! I make just the veggie part almost every week, I put them in containers and keep it in the fridge. When I need a quick Weight Watcher snack that fills me up, I eat those yummy veggies. Can’t get enough. One of my very favorites! Thanks Gina!