December 3, 2012

Weekly Eats

Is hell freezing over?! I’m finally writing a Weekly Eats post! I don’t know how I’ve let a few months slip by without posting our dinners.

I hate to keep you waiting one minute longer, so here’s what we ate last week:

MONDAY: Buffalo Chicken Cobb Salad

Simple, delicious, healthy

TUESDAY: Leftover baked tenders, baked sweet potato fries, sauteed zucchini

WEDESDAY: Asian turkey meatballs (Skinny Taste), steamed edamame, couscous

One of my go-to light meals. I don’t think the Duke likes it quite as much as me, but oh well. :)

THURSDAY: Veggie nachos

I make these for lunch all the time. Simply pile any veggies you like on tortilla chips- I like to use black beans, spinach, zucchini and corn. Top with shredded cheese and bake, then top with shredded lettuce, cilantro, tomatoes, salsa and light sour cream.

FRIDAY: Italian baked chicken thighs, wheat elbows with sauteed zucchini and parmesan cheese

This was a random clean out the fridge/freezer/pantry meal that ended up being delicious. I marinated the skinless thighs (but they had they bone) in Italian dressing mix before baking.

Saturday: We munched all day as we watched football

SUNDAY: Roasted chicken noodle soup (Cooking Light)

Another favorite! I’ve made this soup at least 15 times and it never gets old.

So what are you eating? I’d love for you to link up! :)

The Duchess


  1. Brittany (Healthy Slice of Life)

    December 3, 2012 at 7:50 am — Reply

    I’m trying a recipe from SKinny Taste this week? Every tried her black bean burgers? I’m hoping for success! Here’s what is on our menu…

  2. Crystal

    December 3, 2012 at 10:12 am — Reply

    I love the Skinny Taste Asian Turkey meatballs! I always make the dipping sauce so John can drown them. He loves them too once slathered in sodium.

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