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Your Month of Dinners, Done!

What are you going to make for dinner tonight? If planning out your meals is a challenge, we've got you covered! We've planned 4 weeks of easy, healthy dinners, plus serving suggestions to make a meal. Check out the links to our month of dinner recipes below or download our free, printable PDF of the plan, which you can hang in your kitchen so every night you'll know what's for dinner.

Your 4-Week Dinner Plan

Sunday

(cook one, freeze one)

Serve with sautéed spinach

Monday

Serve with roasted cauliflower

Tuesday

Chicken Stew with Turnips & Mushrooms

Serve with olive bread

Wednesday

Serve with sliced tomato & red onion salad

Thursday

(serve four, freeze four)

over mixed greens; top with Tzatziki (or yogurt sauce)

Friday

Saturday

(cook half, freeze half)

Serve with edamame, bell pepper & cucumbers seasoned with rice vinegar

Serve with rye toast

Serve with cheese quesadillas

Apricot-Chile Glazed Salmon

Serve with couscous and grilled asparagus

Serve with steamed green beans

Serve with pork tenderloin & spinach salad

(cook one, freeze one)

Serve with a mixed green salad

with Belizean Habanero Hot Sauce & brown rice

(from the freezer)

Serve on toasted buns with lettuce, tomato & roasted red potatoes

Serve with roasted acorn squash

Serve with grilled or broiled chicken breast

Serve with arugula, pinenut & fennel salad

(from the freezer)

Serve with vegetable fried rice

(cook one, freeze one)

Serve with red cabbage, black bean & avocado salad

Serve with tortilla chips & guacamole

(Put frozen Eggplant Parmesan in refrigerator to thaw)

(from the freezer)

Serve with mixed greens & garlic bread

Serve with pan-seared or broiled lamb chops

Serve with a mixed green salad

Breakfast for Dinner:

Cranberry CompoteServe with turkey sausage patties

Serve with roasted chicken

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Follow along with our associate food editor, Breana Lai, as she describes each week's healthy recipes and offers helpful tips from our Test Kitchen.

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