For many, the school bell has rung to being a new year. During that first couple of weeks of getting back into the groove, dinnertime will either consist of takeout or cruddy foods like hot dogs, but it doesn’t have to. I'm not poking fun at hot dogs because I love a good Chicago dog and Chili dog.Today, I’m sharing with you 6 quick recipes for busy weeknights.
6 Quick Recipes for Busy Weeknights
During the school year, serving a decent breakfast when everyone is up trying to get ready for school is hard. Breakfast for supper?
Whether you are on an AIP/ Paleo diet or not, these chicken wraps look and sound amazing! And super quick – 30 minutes or less. For my salad loving husband, I know he will love this. Yum!
When I was a teenager, there was a local restaurant that served a Tortellini Soup. I loved it! I haven’t had it in years, but this recipe is on my list to make once we are finished moving.
What kid doesn’t like a saucy pasta or pizza? Why not have both at the same time! For the cook, it’s a one pot meal – YAY! for less to clean.
Who doesn’t love tacos? A Mexican meal on a busy weeknight will help you to slow down and enjoy your family meal time. This can be on the table within 40 minutes. I made these a couple of weeks ago, A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!
Pizza is a big deal at our house. We have it one night every other week, usually on Friday so it will give us something to look forward to. Sometimes, I get a little bored with just the plain old pizza; I think homemade pizza rolls will give a nice little change.
As you can see, you don’t have to rely on take out or quick fix items like hot dogs to have a quick and easy dinner during the busy week.
What are some of your quick recipes for busy weeknights?