All I can say is yum! Another easy recipe for Pork Tenderloin
Our household does a great job of not wasting food. We eat our leftovers and very rarely have to toss food that didn’t get eaten before the expiration date. How do we do that? Our grocery list is comprised of weekly dinner ingredients with a few staples for lunch/snacks. Anytime we go rogue from that plan we waste food and spend a TON of money. Save the Food, Save your Money!
For 2017 I’ve taken it up a notch by trying to create a weekly menu that reduces meal prep and clean-up time, because really life’s hard enough! Who isn’t in favor of having more time with their family or more importantly more sleep! Whether you need an easy meal plan for a busy week (OR if that’s every week), here’s an example of ways to re-use ingredients to simplify dinner.
*disclaimer, not always the healthiest of options but they are homemade!
I’m almost embarrassed to admit to this, but it’s so bad it’s good! I found this little gem on Pinterest, of course. Now while not the healthiest it is one of the quickest meals that your whole family is guaranteed to love. We try to limit ourselves to one really unhealthy meal a week and mostly on the weekend (eat healthy during the week and allow splurges on the weekend).
Here it is Nacho Cheese Dorito Chicken Casserole, I served it with a side of Oven Roasted Garlic Broccoli. You know because that balances it all 🙂
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