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  • SaraAnn Rasmusan

February 12th - 18th

A week of meal plans for your convenience. These aren't always my own recipes, as I love to try others out and maybe even tweak them for my own spin. But I aim to have fairly easy, family friendly meals. A downloadable + printable PDF of plans are available below as well as links to all recipes.


Keeping it easy this week, work is insane, hockey is super busy and this momma is tired!


This is my busiest time of year. Travelling for hockey and tax season... so lots of breakfasts at the rink and pizza at the pool!


Meal Plans
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Waffles - We love to buy the premade Kodiak Waffles in the frozen section. They offer a few different flavors but chocolate chip and the cinnamon vanilla are two of our favs!


Banana Pancakes


3 ripe or overripe bananas

5 eggs

1 tsp baking powder

1 cup oatmeal


Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Let batter sit for a few minutes as the oatmeal will thicken the batter over time. Thin with any milk of your choice if it's too thick. We like to stir in chia seeds and mini chocolate chips.


Banana Muffins - I make the muffin recipe on the back of the Kodiak pancake mixes, add in chia seeds & mini chocolate chips!


Teriyaki Chicken & Noodles


Yakisoba Noodles

Shredded Chicken

Teriyaki Sauce

Soy Sauce

Steamed Broccoli

Salt + Pepper


This is one of those quick, throw together meals when you need a quick dinner! I buy the Fortune brand Yakisoba noodles (they are usually in the refrigerated, produce section). I will get a roaster chicken or preshredded roaster chicken from the grocery store as well. And then add in a bag of microwaveable broccoli and dinner is ready in under 20 minutes.


Warm your noodles in the microwave, according to package directions so they loosen up. Pour some oil into a pan on medium to medium-high heat and add your noodles and chicken, meanwhile steam your broccoli. Cook for about 5 minutes and add in a splash of teriyaki sauce and a couple shakes of soy sauce. When everything is warm, remove from heat, top with broccoli and enjoy!


Roasted Potatoes


Potatoes - any kind, we prefer yukon golds - chopped

olive oil

salt + pepper


Heat oven to 425, coat potatoes in oil, salt + pepper and roast for about 20 minutes or until they are golden.


Paprika Chicken & Rice


5 chicken thighs

1 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon pepper

2 teaspoon paprika

2 teaspoon dried oregano

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 1/2 cups jasmine rice

2 1/2 cups chicken broth

1 tsp minced garlic

heaping spoonful chicken base

salt + pepper to taste


In a gallon ziploc bag or large bowl - mix salt, pepper, paprika & oregano. Add in chicken thighs and shake/stir til chicken is coated. Heat skillet over medium high heat, pour in olive oil. Once pan is hot and oil is shimmering, brown chicken on each side and remove to a plate. Stir in rice and toast for a couple minutes, add in garlic then pour in chicken stock and bring to a boil. Stir in a spoonful of chicken base then add chicken thighs back in, cover and bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes or until chicken and rice is cooked through.


Airfryer Pork Roast


My bestie, Briana says airfryer pork loin is the way to go. So this is her recipe we are trying out....


Pork loin

Avocado Oil

Brown Sugar

Smoked Paprika

Onion Powder

Garlic Salt

Cayenne

Dry Mustard


Season your pork loin generously with the above ingredients and air fry at 400 for about 20 minutes or until your liking. Pork should be cooked to at least 145 degrees in the center.


Green Beans


My favorite way is to boil them until al dente, drain and top with butter, salt + pepper. This is the best way to get them evenly cooked.




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