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Free Meal Plan: Braised Boneless Short Ribs

With school starting, I’m sure that your household is in full swing and time is short! Labeling all those school supplies and wrangling the kids back into routine takes time! I’ve rounded up some great recipes for you this week to keep you sane and well fed in the meantime. Match these super mains with a salad or veggie, and you’re off to the races!

MONDAY

jambalaya

Made in a crock-pot, this is a great recipe. With step by step instructions (and great photos!) Nugglemama takes you through everything you need to know to make this yummy dish. It also freezes and re-heats well so you are all set!

Jambalaya ~Nug Style

Steamed Rice

TUESDAY

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Inspired by The Pony restaurant in Pemberton BC, I re-created their famous berry goat cheese salad at home! This is so easy-candied pecans, creamy cranberry goat cheese, fresh berries, wisps of red onion, and fresh greens all drizzled with raspberry vinegarette. Add some roasted chicken on the side and you have a delicious dinner!

Scatteredmom’s Wild Berry, Pecan, and Goat Cheese Salad

WEDNESDAY

potatocroquette

Do you bento? These dinner suggestions by Shannon make great bento lunches the next day. Make sure to visit her blog over at What’s for Lunch at My House to pick up some fantastic lunch ideas! These croquettes can be made with white or sweet potatoes, and served with turkey apple meatballs. Make extra, and you have tomorrow’s lunch!

Sweet Potato Zucchini Croquettes

Apple Carrot Turkey Meatballs

THURSDAY

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Search Google for “Chicken Lyonnaise”, and you will be directed right to Loralee and this recipe. Breaded chicken, sauted up until golden and then put in a delicious sauce is just the thing while the weather turns to fall.

Loralee’s Chicken Lyonnaise

FRIDAY

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Trying to clean out my fridge, I found a package of boneless beef short ribs and didn’t know what to do with them so I browsed the internet and found this recipe.

Karen’s Braised Short Ribs

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