Jump-start meal planning with simple recipes and a one-stop shopping list
Want tasty, no-fuss meal ideas that will keep your family happy throughout the week? We've got you covered. These flavorful
dishes are so good, it's almost hard to believe how simple they are to prepare. Plus, we've included a printable shopping
list to make your meal planning even easier.
Click to download: Shopping List (PDF)
Cost per serving: $1.11
Your kids will flip for these Healthy Chili-Cheese Dogs! Tip: Buy the best. Uncured hot dogs cost a few dollars more than regular ones, but they're worth it. They are lower in fat and sodium and free of nitrites, preservatives that research has linked to an increased risk of some cancers and other diseases when eaten frequently.
See recipe: Healthy Chili-Cheese Dogs
Cost per serving: $1.59
This Pulled Chicken is so simple to make, and can be versatile with lots of different dishes. If you want to give the chicken a Tex-Mex flair, drain and chop a 4-oz. can of pickled jalapenos and stir them into the sauce along with a seeded, chopped chipotle. Use the shredded chicken in burritos or to top nachos.
See recipe: Pulled Chicken
Cost per serving: $3.19
This Grilled Teriyaki Pork with Mango-Noodle Salad is any easy dish to make mid-week that will also be a nice treat for your family. Want to pump up the veggies? Toss in a handful of spinach, regular or snap peas or broccoli florets to help round out the meal.
See recipe: Grilled Teriyaki Pork with Mango-Noodle Salad
Cost per serving: $3.48
This Black Bean, Corn and Shrimp Salad is bursting with fresh and tasty flavors, and takes little time to prepare. This perfect weekday meal can be altered any way you like, depending on your prefences and what you already have in your kitchen. Try swapping shrimp for grilled chicken or black beans for chickpeas.
See recipe: Black Bean, Corn & Shrimp Salad
Cost per serving: $3.19
This Grilled Bruschetta with Ricotta and Edamame recipe is a fun and easy dinner treat! Add sliced tomatoes or a spinach salad on the side to add volume to the meal. Tip: Instead of grilling the slices of bread in this recipe, you can simply arrange them on an ungreased baking sheet and toast them in a 375F oven until golden.
See recipe: Grilled Bruschetta with Ricotta and Edamame
Cost per serving: $1.19
This Mixed Berry Granita recipe is the perfect refreshing after-dinner treat! Add a splash of rum for a little kick when serving at adult-only gatherings.
See recipe: Mixed Berry Granita