This month REALLY snuck up on me and I just got my March meal plan together yesterday. This month, I planned in 4 nights of fun meals, including 2 homemade pizza nights! I love when I can do something that gets the whole family together and tonight is going to be cooking and movie night! I also added in a bunch of new recipes this month, as I was itching for some more variety. You can find them saved to my Pinterest Whole Healthy board and also linked below.
Click here to download my March Meal Plan!
Side note. I feel like this picture says “Hey! My name is Molly. Come in and lets get to cooking together!” Most of these recipes are Whole30/Paleo type dishes, but we do add in some brown rice or beans from time to time. I’m all about a healthy balance, not making my kids angry with the foods I make and enjoying some delicious junk when we want to! And PS, those are Whole30 Hash Brown Quiche on that platter above and you might want to make them!
Recipes marked with * are new ones that I haven’t tried before!
3/1 Sheetpan Honey Garlic Chicken (I omit the brown sugar and just use the honey)
3/2 Homemade Pizza (going to try this paleo crust!)
3/3 Chicken Stir Fry
3/4 Boneless Turkey Breast, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans (I have a boneless half turkey that I found in my freezer and my kids love this meal!)
3/5 *Bacon Wrapped Cod, Spinach, Brown Rice (using bacon instead of prosciutto because it’s what I have and I’m not going to the store before then)
3/6 Crock Pot Lemon Chicken (whole family loves this)
3/7 *Shepherds Pie
3/9 *Balsamic Steak Rolls, Roasted Potatoes
3/11 Burgers, Homemade Fries (We use lettuce buns, kids use regular)
3/13 Taco Boats (recipe coming soon here…basically cook a spaghetti squash, then fill it with all you would put in a taco.)
3/14 Breakfast for Dinner (We usually do eggs, roasted potatoes, homemade sausage, bacon and fruit, but I might try this Whole30 sausage gravy)
3/15 Grilled Chicken and Salad
3/17 *St. Patricks Day – OUT*
3/18 Sheetpan Honey Garlic Chicken (I omit the brown sugar and just use the honey)
3/19 Sloppy Joe Boats
3/20 Fajitas (We eat ours bowl style, a la Chipotle – brown rice, black beans, lettuce, salsa, guacamole and the fajita chicken and veggies)
3/21 Buffalo Chicken Casserole (separate, sauce free portion for the kids)
3/22 Stuffed Peppers
3/23 Chili Dijon Chicken (I use chicken instead of pork and skip the brining. Just throw it all on the sheetpan and bake!)
3/24 Homemade Pizza
3/25 Salmon with Avocado Salsa, Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Brussel Sprouts
3/26 Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
3/27 Taco Boats (recipe coming soon here…basically cook a spaghetti squash, then fill it with all you would put in a taco.)
3/28 *Honey Mustard Chicken with Bacon (making the whole30 version with coconut milk)
3/30 Grilled Chicken and Salad
3/31 Burgers, Homemade Fries (We use lettuce buns, kids use regular)
If you plan to try this meal plan, I would pin all the pins to a specific board where you can find them easily, then download this March meal plan and hang it on your fridge!
Click here to download the printable March Meal Plan!
I keep everything written on my DIY Menu and Calendar Board in the mudroom. No one asks me what’s for dinner anymore!
I really hope this helps you! As sports seasons start for my kids, it’s really essential that I plan, plan, plan if we want to keep to a healthy menu. I’m all for some last minute going out, but I know when I plan, that happens way less frequent than if I don’t!
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