10 Foodie Blogs to Follow + Meal Planning

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Hey guys!

It’s that time of the week again – Meal Planning! I swear the weeks are flying by but winter seems like it’s lasting forever. Fingers crossed March is the turning point and we are all on our way to a warm spring. But not too warm too fast. We don’t need flooding problems!

Every week when I sit down to plan out our meals for the week, I consult my Pinterest boards. There’s the joke that no one ever makes anything they pin. I guess I’m odd because I do! Mostly it’s the recipes that I make. The craft projects? Not so much.

I thought I’d share with you 10 of my favorite foodie blogs who I get recipes/inspiration from every single week. Just check out my boards and you’ll see that they dominate from breakfast to dinner.

The Minimalist Baker

Fork and Beans

Naturally Ella

Oh My Veggies!

How Sweet Eats

Oh She Glows

Ari’s Menu

Nosh and Nourish

Nutritious Eats

The Lean Green Bean

Go give them some love and get ready to drool!

Here’s what I’ve got planned for dinner this week:

Sunday: Southwestern Pizza

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Monday: Mahi Mahi burgers + sweet potato fries

Tuesday: Vegan Pot Pies

Wednesday: Honey Cashew Chicken

Thursday: leftovers

Friday: “Cheesy” Mushroom Quinoa Bowls

Cheesy Mushroom Quinoa Bowl 2  HappyFitMama.com

Saturday: Dinner out

What are your favorite foodie blogs?

What are you having for dinner this week?

35 comments on “10 Foodie Blogs to Follow + Meal Planning

  1. Thanks for the round-up! I don’t really follow and food blogs but I will check these out. I do need inspiration, but I also need simple recipes for picky eaters!

  2. I love foodie blogs probably because that is why I started blogging and had a food blog for a few year. Loved it but it became tedious after a while… and a bit expensive. But I do still follow my favorite: Green Kitchen Stories, Cookie + Kate, Happyolks, and Local Milk.

    1. I can’t imagine all the work that goes into food blogs. I know just with coming up with my simple recipes and horrible photos, that it’s not easy! Thanks for the recommendations!

  3. I like skinny taste and against all grain for easy recipes. Chocolate covered katie is good for deserts. I have no idea what we are eating for dinner this week. I am raising the white flag this week!
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  4. I think I plan healthy meals for my family and then I read your blog…your stuff looks amazing. My teenagers are so picky! Plus they have food allergies and I have some major food sensitivities. I work with what I can. My youngest has taken to drinking fruit smoothies in the morning, so that is a step in the right direction!

    This week we are having fajitas with skirt steak and green peppers; a tuscan pasta; swedish meatballs using ground chicken breast. I saw that Honey Cashew Chicken, but with nut allergies at our house, it is a no go ๐Ÿ™ I thought about making it with peanuts…that isn’t a problem here.
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    1. Kids are so tough! My kids are picky but I refuse to let them squash my love for good food. I definitely think you can leave out the cashews and sub in peanuts. I’ve made it before and it’s REALLY good!

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