Meal Planning # 9
{Starring Tortellini and Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Mac}

Has it been a week already? That went fast. Last week we had some fun outings and accomplished a few needed chores. Also, we planted, getting the little garden turned over and planned where to place each plant. It’s still chilly but I am hoping the threat of freezing temperatures are over and the plants will be fine. So far so good. More on that update in another post.

Here’s a week of meals, heavy on the pasta this week. Enjoy!


Chinese Takeaway – one of my favorites! My usual shrimp with vegetables an a Spring roll

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Light Cheesy Chicken Pasta with Broccoli
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Tortellini with homemade sauce, green beans cooked with hock, freshly baked baguette

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Leftover Tortellini meal

Roasted Chicken Thighs with cherry tomatoes, onions and feta cheese

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Leftover chicken with broccoli and cheese sauce

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Breakfast for dinner

I have some recipes I tried from my new Pioneer Woman cookbook I want to share next week. It’s a good cookbook and everything I have tried so far has been excellent.

Hope you had a good week!


5 comments:

Debra Eliotseats said...

Looking forward to you sharing the recipes from PW's new book. I kind of have a love-hate relationship with her. It's all jealousy based. :) Have a great week!

Tina said...

Debra, I hope to post on that cookbook this week. I am really enjoying it so far. Love hate thing, I totally get it!

Debbie said...

I love pasta, so it's okay that it's a heavy week for that! Besides, it's winter. We must keep that 'comfort' feeling while eating, right?

Tina said...

Debbie, you are so correct! I love pasta, it's having it in moderation that can be an
Issue, haha!
This morning it's 36. I am ready for Spring.

Vicki said...

Everything looks really good! I try not to eat much pasta (last week I ate it 3 days) but my daughter and her family eat it a lot... A. Lot.!

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