The recipe that I’m reviewing this week is the Autumn Chopped Salad. Now this recipe isn’t new to me, I tried it for the first time last summer, but I’ve never taken the time to review it here before. I love this salad. The flavor combinations are amazing. I wasn’t so sure about it the first time I tried it, but it is truly amazing. I eat it a lot. It does have some more pricy items (the cost of a bag of pecans is crazy), but I get multiple salads out of all of the ingredients. I usually can even cut the pear in half, put the unused half in a baggie in the fridge, and use it again for the salad a week later. So when I look at how far everything goes it’s not too bad. It isn’t the lowest calorie salad, but it is easy to make which is always a plus in my book. It is far more filling than you might think, so a big salad is really going to fill you up.
Meal Plan – Week of July 21, 2014
Monday – Autumn Chopped Salad
Tuesday – Leftover Slow Cooker Sesame Chicken and Crab Rangoon
Wednesday –Sweet Potato and Black Bean Casserole (New recipe to be reviewed next week)
Thursday – Leftover Waffles
Friday -Leftover Pillsbury Grands! Mini Pizzas and Side Salad
Saturday – Mini family reunion at my aunt’s, so dinner will be there
Sunday – BLT Sandwiches
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!