Weekly Meal Plan to Print & Cook #5

Spring sports are in full spring. With that brings a schedule rife with practices, games, and bleacher seat parents. Take the load off with this easy meal plan to print and cook.

Weekly Meal Plan with Grocery List #5 (Dinners on the Go) | Life as MOM

I don’t know about you, but with spring hockey season in full gear, meal times are a little crazy. I’ve had several moms with kids in other sports and activities say the same thing. And heck! Even if you don’t have “activities” that require your attention, once the weather starts to warm up — and it will — you don’t really want to spend a lot of time inside.

Neither do you want to spend a lot of money or calories on fast food. That’s why it’s imperative that you have an “on the go” menu at the ready. Try this week’s free printable meal plan on for size. Not only do you get kid-friendly meals, but you also get dinners that are easy to make and serve (ie casseroles and crockpot) or things that can easily be packed to take on the road, to the rink, or to the field.

This week’s menu includes some of my kids’ all-time favorite meals, so I know I won’t have to battle to get folks to eat up. Total win!

Weekly Meal Plan with Grocery List #5 (Dinners on the Go) | Life as MOM

Here is the recipe list for Meal Plan #5. You’ll need to print each one out as well as print the meal plan and grocery list. After that, you’re good to go.

An asterisk indicates a meal that is freezer friendly, so feel free to make it well in advance and freeze or store any leftovers in the freezer for another night.

Looking for past meal plans to print and cook?

Weekly plan #1
Weekly plan #2
Weekly plan #3
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Comments

  1. Trying a second time to leave a comment…

    I love the term Packable Meal!

    We are in a similar boat. Soccer practices are at 5:30 pm on Mondays, and games are on Tuesdays, often at 5:30 pm. With my husband’s work schedule and location compared to our house and the soccer fields, he has to meet us at soccer (he’s the assistant coach). That made dinner as a family a major challenge until I decided to try doing picnics. Not being a sandwich lover, I try to be creative with our picnics at the soccer field. I’ve taken hamburgers (patties in a thermos and then put them together there), homemade pizza, deli fried chicken, etc. Some of our favorite meals for the picnics I’ve shared on my blog…
    Chicken Taquitos http://imthriving.blogspot.com/2012/05/chicken-taquitos.html
    Litl Smokies in a Blanket http://imthriving.blogspot.com/2012/05/picnic-at-soccer-field-smokies-in.html
    PW’s Beef Noodle Bowl http://imthriving.blogspot.com/2012/04/picnic-food-pws-beef-noodle-bowl.html

    I’m on the lookout for more packable meal ideas so I hope others share their favorites!

    • Jessica Fisher says:

      I found this one in spam. Not sure where the other comment went. I think it was the links.

      Great ideas for taking food to the field!

  2. This looks like a winner plan to me. We start lacrosse any day now and our dinners will be on the go as well. Can’t wait to give this a try!

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