It’s Weekly Meal Plan time again! Week 56. Y’all, I can’t believe how quickly time flies. But it does. So here we are.
This week, we have a lot of meaty dishes for you: beer can chicken, a chicken andouille red beans and rice, a juicy meatloaf burger, and meat and cheese-filled pizza bread.
We also have a sesame-free hummus, gorgeous “melting potatoes,” and a fantastic blueberry streusel coffee cake for Mother’s Day!
Please feel free to visit our archives to so you can find all the recipes in one place.
This was my entry for Burger Month last year. The Bloody Mary Meatloaf Burger. It is quite a mouthful, you guys, and I based it on a TV dinner! Make as many or as few of the Accoutrements as you’d like, but do give the meatloaf burger itself a try. Or make it as a meatloaf!
I could plow through this entire Chipotle Lime Spicy Beer Can Chicken from The Speckled Palate all by myself. One word: succulent!
While technically a side dish, Melting Potatoes with Garlic and Herbs looks good enough that I’d happily eat them alone for dinner. Check out Cheryl’s post (Pook’s Pantry) and make these. Plus she gives a lot of great tips and tricks for how to make them perfectly.
I love red beans and rice. I just made some last night, as a matter of fact. And this version from Comfortably Domestic looks fantastic. Slow Cooker Chicken Andouille Beans and Rice is the epitome of comfort food, lightened up just a bit with chicken andouille rather than pork. Yum.
Y’all. Pizza Night! Except funner because pizza bread is fun, right? This homemade pizza bread will be the hit of your Friday night movie night. More portable than traditional pizza, dip each slice into the sauce rather than baking the sauce in the bread. Way less messy and way more fun. See?
This Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake from Erin of The Speckled Palate is the perfect centerpiece to your Mother’s Day breakfast or brunch. Just gorgeous. Plus: pecan streusel. Seriously–you can’t go wrong!
Kirsten from Comfortably Domestic calls this Skinny Hummus, but with the secret ingredient of Greek yogurt–oops, no longer a secret–I am betting this is so creamy using the word skinny to describe it would never cross your mind. So, I’m going with Decadent Hummus That I Can Eat a Ton Of. What do you guys think?
And that brings us back to Dō. Rather, that’s a wrap, friends. We all hope you really enjoy the meals we share with you each week. And we’d love to hear about it if you have made something from a Diva or three!
Thanks for spending time with us today, friends. Take care, and get those shopping lists ready!