Who’s ready for a fall harvest meal plan?! September is such a gorgeous month with beautiful produce and fresh products at the farmers markets. The air starts to cool, the sky looks bluer and the apple trees are ready for picking. This weekend we spent Sunday picking a very large haul of McIntosh and Gala apples. The crisp I made turned out great, however we ate it so quick I forgot to take a picture for a recipe post. Guess I’ll have to make it again!
The fall harvest meal plan this week highlights apples in a slow cooker recipe, plus some new ideas to as the grilling season slows down. In the coming weeks, the meal plan format here will change. I’m going back to school and starting at the Academy of Culinary Nutrition. I’ll have “cooking homework” and it may not jive with my traditional meal plans here. If you are game to join me during the raw food week…let me know! I’ll be sharing more about how to meal plan, highlighting new recipe ideas and offering healthy eating tips along the way.
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As you write out your grocery list for the upcoming week check out these healthy family friendly recipes from this week’s menu plan. Each featured recipe includes link to the complete recipe.
Monday: Easy Maple Mustard Chicken Drumsticks with Roasted Radishes and Asparagus. If you’ve never tried roasted radishes, this recipe will change your mind about these cute pink veggies.
Tuesday: Slow cooker Marmalade and Vinegar Pork with sauteed spinach and quinoa. Love when dinner is nearly done when we come in the door from soccer.
Wednesday: Turmeric Turkey, with quinoa and salad. Recipe is from the cookbook, The Stash Plan, which got me hooked on drinking bone broth every morning.
Thursday: Slow cooker Apple Cider Pulled Chicken with Quick Apple Slaw. This will be a sandwich night as people need to eat at different times. Use gluten free buns, or wrap in corn tortillas or just serve the pulled pork alongside the apple slaw.
Friday: CORN = Clean Out Refrigerator Night
Thai Coconut Black Rice Pudding– I cooked a side of black rice and it wasn’t well received. Maybe they will all like it in this gluten-free, vegan dessert option.
Have an awesome week! Remember, you can join in the conversation over at our Facebook group: Eat Well, Live Well.
For more inspiration, see years of past meal plans here, my Pinterest collection here, or OrgJunkie for a link-up of more dinner ideas.
Maybe I should do this too.
Delicious recipes, will must try. Thank’s for sharing.