Pinterest Planning

So I am getting the hang of Pinterest (you may have seen me poking around on your sites) and although I still have some questions (which if I bump into you I will ask you…just ask Tracey who went running with me yesterday!), I was able to pull together this week’s meal plan based on some of my new recipe finds.  Despite being highly distracted by all of the mouth watering desserts, I managed to pin some healthy and tasty looking dinner options as well.  All of my hard work last weekend paid off with easy week night meals, so I was motivated to do it again during the Bear’s game today.

 

Meal Plan 10/06/13

Sunday: Coconut Crusted Tilapia with homemade mashed potatoes

 

Monday: Slow Cooker Coconut Curry Chicken

 

Tuesday: Leftovers

 

Wednesday: The BOY’s Grill Night

 

Thursday: Greek Turkey Meatballs 

 

And Because it is National Cookie Month

And I am yet to bake anything pumpkin flavored…

I am also making…

Soft and Puffy Pumpkin Spice Honey Cookies

from Averie Cooks

 

This afternoon, I lit a pumpkin spice candle, opened up all of our doors and windows, and split my time between the kitchen making food for the week and the couch watching the Bears game.

 

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Our dinner was really simple and turned out fantastic!

 

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I made mashed potatoes for the BOY and a mashed sweet potato and parsnip mix for myself.  Since I did all of the cooking, the BOY is in charge of clean up and I can sit down with my feet up and relax a bit…with a cookie of course!

Hope you had a nice weekend!

What are you planning to eat for the week ahead?

 

 

Coconut Crusted Tilapia

Adapted from Six Sisters’ Stuff

Ingredients

3 Pieces of Tilapia (about 1 pound)

1/4 cup shredded coconut

1/4 cup Sea Salt and Pepper Triscuits, crushed

2 egg whites, whisked lightly

olive oil spray

 

Directions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Place foil baking sheet and spray with non stick spray.

Combine coconut flakes and crushed crackers in a bowl. Put egg whites in another bowl.  Whisk gently.

Dip the Tilapia in the egg, then in the coconut crumb mixture. Then place them on a cookie sheet lined with foil.  Bake for 15 minutes, or until Tilapia is done.

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4 thoughts on “Pinterest Planning

  1. Wow! That is a very interesting recipe for tilapia! Coconut? I bet that was good. A little salty and sweet together.

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