Now onto this week’s recipe review. You may remember that last week I said I was going to review the Pillsbury BBQ Chicken Pizza. My problem was that the recipe was for how to cook it on a grill, and I didn’t have one to use. I instead attempted to make it using the oven, and it really went quite well. I first cooked the pizza crust for the minimum amount of time listed. Then I put the toppings on and cooked it for another 4 (or so) minutes. Next time I would cook the crust another minute or two at the start and only 3 to 4 minutes at the end. It still tasted great though. It was such a nice change to regular pizza, and it was so easy to make. I used the precooked chicken cubes again and just warmed them up in the microwave. This recipe doesn’t make a huge pizza though. You’ll probably want to double it, or add some sides, if you’re feeding more than just a couple people.
Meal Plan – Week of July 14, 2014
Monday – Leftover Pillsbury Grands! Mini Pizzas and Side Salad
Tuesday – Autumn Chopped Salad (Recipe to be reviewed next week)
Wednesday – Breakfast for Dinner – We might be going to the zoo with the family this day, so I figured this would work no matter what ends up happening.
Thursday – Leftover Pillsbury BBQ Chicken Pizza
Friday – ??? Mom’s ??? Dinner out ??? – I have an Origami Owl event until 5:30 this day, so I’m not exactly sure 0
Saturday – Sweet and Crunchy Chicken Salad and Grapes
Sunday – Chicken Nuggets, Baked Sweet Potato, and Grapes
More Meal Plans
Check out these other great blogs that share weekly meal plans for more great ideas!
Play 2 Learn With Sarah – You’ll not only find a lot of great ideas here, but you’ll find many gluten free ones!
Carrie Elle – Lots of good meal ideas, with adaptations for young kids. Plus Carrie includes some free printables to help you out!
I’m an Organizing Junkie – You’ll find lots of great meal plans here. The weekly post there also contains a linky that gives you tons of weekly meal plans to check out.
Mommy in SPORTS – Here you’ll find lots of great kid friendly meals from a mom that has little time to cook.
For lots of great easy dinner ideas follow my Menu for a Month recipe board on Pinterest. It’s full of a lot of great dinner ideas that aren’t too hard to make!