Spring can be a busy time but with a little planning, you can easily prepare a week of budget-friendly and family-friendly meals and even have tasty leftovers for lunch. To find out how, just follow along:MONDAY: Veggie MondayHave breakfast for dinner by making a frittata loaded with sautéed spinach, asparagus and onions plus crumbled organic goat cheese. Serve with whole-grain toast.TUESDAY: Fast Fat TuesdayWarm a few cans of red beans with Cajun/Creole seasoning (and cooked sausage, optional) to ladle over heat-and-serve frozen brown rice, with 365 Everyday Value® frozen greens sautéed with garlic. Remember the hot sauce!WEDNESDAY: Street Food SavvyEnjoy traditional Greek flavors in Gyro-Style Lamb with Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce over Quinoa opens in a new tab. Halve the recipe or pack the leftovers in lunches.
THURSDAY: Simple Skillet DinnerUse tempeh, ground turkey or ground grass-fed beef in one of the quick-and-easy Simple Skillet Dinners opens in a new tab for four.
FRIDAY: Fish FridayFix this Easy Matzo-Crusted Salmon opens in a new tab with a side dish of shredded kale — raw or steamed — tossed with extra-virgin olive oil and lemon juice.
WEEKEND: Organic FeastRoast a whole chicken with herbs opens in a new tab and root vegetables opens in a new tab; serve with a whole grain side and green salad. Finish with ice cream or cookies. Yes, all of these are available organic!What are some of your favorite sublime spring dishes? Fill us in!