Real Food Recipe Roundup Week 10

Welcome to the Real Food Recipe Roundup, a collaboration between Musings of a Housewife and Sassy Moms in the City!

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Alison and I are both passionate about feeding our families real food so we’ve partnered up to share our weekly meal plans, and we would love for you to join us! This week the linky AND giveaway are over at Alison’s place so be sure to head on over and link up your healthy recipes.

But first. My favorite recipe from last week comes from Bizzy Bakes. This Corn Tortilla Casserole looks AMAZING and so easy. I love her story, too, about staring down her husband when he asked what’s for dinner. I HATE THAT QUESTION. LOL.

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And for dessert, may I suggest these rhubarb honey bars from An Oregon Cottage? YUMMMMM… I am so making these RIGHT NOW. I have rhubarb in the fridge from my CSA that needs to be used up.

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Meanwhile, here’s what else we’re eating at my house this week.

Weekly Meal Plan

weekly meal plan

MONDAY: Citrus & Avocado Salmon via Momma Lew (also from last week’s recipe roundup) with rice

TUESDAY: Corn Tortilla Casserole via Bizzy Bakes with a side salad

WEDNESDAY: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork (sandwiches for the fam; mine in a bowl) with mustard greens (recipe to come)

THURSDAY: I’m going OUT!

FRIDAY: pizza night! (last day of school and kids are going in 10 different directions)

SATURDAY: Chicken Rose with rice and steamed broccoli

What are you eating this week?

Don’t forget to head on over to Sassy Moms in the City to link up your real food recipes and enter to win a summer grilling “BBq” gift pack from Chicago q, an upscale urban BBQ restaurant  known for their artisanal house-made rubs.

Comments

  1. says

    I need to start using some of my rhubarb in my garden, those bars look amazing. I asked my boys what they wanted to this week so they are getting a chance to voice their opinion for dinners. With having picky eaters our dinners can be challenging.

  2. says

    Thanks for the feature. That was a tasty dish.

    I have a suggestion that may or may not be feasible. Is it possible for both hosts to have the same linky on the blogs? I want to participate but as I am sure you know, time goes by quickly. it would be more convenient to link up wherever I choose to land.

    Just a thought.

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