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Pesto and Tomato French Bread Pizza

I’ve spent the afternoon tinkering with the next This Week’s Dinners for $70 or Less. I’m super excited about it. I’ll be testing it out this week to make sure I thought of everything. If you haven’t tried one of these plans yet, I highly recommend that you do. I’ve found them to make life so incredibly easy for me — even while I’m doing the work on them.

To catch you up to speed on these budget-friendly meal plans:

I’ve taken some of the concepts behind a large freezer cooking day and applied them to a week’s meals at home. You can do a lot of the prep work in advance. Spend an hour or two chopping, dicing, and baking and reap the rewards all week long as you quickly and economically assemble supper. Testers have loved these meal plans that are also easily shopped at Trader Joe’s.

(You don’t have to shop there; any grocery store will do. I’ve used TJ’s as my price point. And since I like their quality guarantee on ingredients, I consider it a bonus to be able to do all my shopping there.)

Grab the meal plans:

Meal Plan #1 – Chicken Tenders 

Meal Plan #2 – Mostly Meatless

You can also check out the meal planning archives and the 40+ other FREE printable meal plans, and take the week off meal planning!

Want to make your own meal plans?

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Comments

  1. Oh, I can’t wait for the next $70 meal plan! And I’d like a piece of the french bread pizza please. It looks delicious!

  2. Melissa says:

    I’m looking forward to the next meal plan!! Thank you for all the work you put into it!

  3. THANK YOU! I so desperately need to restart meal planning!

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