Post Meals of the Week and Menu Plan 119

Last week went pretty well with following my meal plan. As you can see in my Meals of the Week video I only changed my meal plan on Thursday because I was tired of salad, so I had cereal! Cereal is one of my go to emergency dinners. I also use it when I’m craving ice cream.

My favorite cereal is Go Lean Original cereal as it has 160 calories and 13 grams of protein for 1 cup. Tip though make sure you read the nutrition facts not the front of the box on cereal. Lots of companies are trying to convince you, you are getting more protein by including the protein from your milk on the front of the box!

I love sharing my meals of the week with my YouTube followers (you should become one) and I thought I should be sharing them with the Pepper Scraps readers as well! I’m still getting back into the habit of capturing my meals of the week, so this isn’t my best video. But I wanted to start getting back into the habit and wanted to start sharing.

Recipes from last Week


Next Week’s Meal Plan

I may also share my meal plans for the next week as well. Meal planning is where I struggle the most, but I’m hoping sharing with you will help me stay on track with it. We will see!


Prepare a Week of Lunches in 15 Minutes

Enchilada Meatballs


Skinny Tuna Wraps


  • Wednesday: Lunch Meat Bento
  • Thursday: Egg Sandwiches
  • Friday: English Muffin Pizzas
  • Saturday: Eating Out
  • Sunday: Baked Pepper Nachos

Throwback Thursdays Baked Pepper Nachos

What do I use to plan my meals?

Simple Meal Planning - Plan to Eat

I love using Plan to Eat for my menu planning. They have a great drag and drop calendar that you can use. You can store all your recipes right there. Try them out for Free (aff link)

Find more meal planning ideas on my Healthy Meal Planning Pinterest Board:

Visit Pepper Ferguson’s profile on Pinterest.

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Pepper Ferguson

Hi I'm Pepper. My family and I are sharing pieces of our lives.
We hope to inspire you by showing that even small changes can make the biggest differences in your life. You don't have to go to extremes to become healthy. Just do it one habit, one meal, one walk, and one hug at a time.

Let's work together one piece at a time making better habits, eating healthier, getting moving, and most of all loving our families.

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