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Welcome to our weekly meal plan for Week 77, friends! This week, we have another honorary diva popping in to share with us. You’ll find “Homesick Texan’s Sunday Brisket” on Friday’s menu, courtesy of Megan of Country Cleaver. Welcome, Megan!
We have a lot of fall goodness for you this week, plus two Halloween extras, so let’s get to it!
Pumpkin Pulled Pork Bowls from The Speckled Palate. Pork loin cooked in homemade pumpkin barbecue sauce. With slaw. Good Lord, who is making this immediately? (raises hand)
Simple Turkey Chili from Pook’s Pantry. Short on ingredients and long on flavor, this turkey chili will become a weeknight (or weekend for that matter) go to. Ready in about an hour, but a bit of extra cooking never hurt a chili. And it’ll be even better the next day. Yay!
10 Minute Homemade Tomato Soup from Comfortably Domestic. We just had homemade tomato soup the other evening. And it’s true–it really does take only 10 minutes or so to make and is so much better than condensed soup. This recipe from Kirsten is a great place to start your own homemade tomato soup love story!
Low-Carb Cajun-Style Sausage with Cauliflower Rice from me. Part of the cauliflower adds to the creamy, spicy sauce while the rest plays the part of rice. Tons of flavor from store-bought andouille, and ready in about 30 minutes. Score!
Homesick Texan’s Sunday Brisket from Country Cleaver. Make this flavorful beauty on the weekend in a Dutch oven or slow cooker and feast like royalty for days. It’ll take about 5-6 hours to roast up into meltingly tender goodness, and the best part is you don’t have to babysit it. Just be there to enjoy it when it’s done!
Devilish Halloween Deviled Eggs from me. These little cuties are spiked with horseradish, garlic, and Sriracha, and are very Poppable. Decorate them for Halloween like I did, or skip that and eat them as-is. Super tasty, low-carb goodness for lunchboxes or snacks.
Melting Monster Halloween Punch from The Speckled Palate. Three ingredient mocktail for your kids or for the kid in you. This punch would be fantastic for a Halloween party, but it’s just as easy to make by the glass for an after-school sip!
And that brings us to the end of our weekly meal plan post, guys. Make those lists, y’all, because it is full-on fall (yay)! These recipes are perfectly fall-ish and quick to make!
You’re going to want to save this goodness, friends! And more than that, you’re going to want to get into the kitchen and make some of this goodness!
What will you be making this week? Let me know in the comments!