Happy meal planning Monday! Enjoy this week’s healthy recipes and 4 salt hacks you can use around the kitchen – from cleaning to making cooking even easier. Salt is not just for adding flavor!
Freshen your garbage disposal
Do you have an unpleasant smell coming from your garbage disposal? Just pour 1/2 cup of salt down the disposal, run some cold water, and start it. The salt will dislodge stuck on food and neutralize those odors.
Erase tea and coffee stains
If your mugs have pesky tea and coffee stains, you can easily scrub them away with some salt. Sprinkle your salt onto a sponge and rub in little circles on your stains. If the stain persists, mix the salt with white vinegar and continue to scrub.
Shell hardboiled eggs easily
There is a secret to shelling hardboiled eggs without them crumbling into tiny pieces! Add a teaspoon of salt to your water before placing your eggs in to boil.
Keep salad crisp
If you need to prepare a leafy salad in advance for a dinner party, lightly salt it immediately after you prepare it. The salt will keep your lettuce crisp for several hours!
Now let’s move on to this week’s meal plan.
In case you missed any posts last week you can read them here!
- In Loving Memory ~ A Best Friend’s Christmas Tribute
- Meal Plan #149
- Ideas To Unwrap Christmas Joy
- Banana Cake With Whipped Cinnamon Icing
- Meal Plan #148
- Hot Chocolate & Home Plans
Healthy Weekly Meal Plan #110
MY COOKING PHILOSOPHY IS TO KEEP IT “HEALTHY AND EASY.”
RECIPES AT HAMMERS N HUGS WILL INCLUDE ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENTS THAT CAN OFTEN BE FROZEN AND HAVE BEEN TESTED AND APPROVED BY FRIENDS AND FAMILY!
Click HERE to download a macro-friendly healthy weekly meal plan to your phone/desktop with linked recipe instructions.
All of these recipes include macros per serving and can be added to My Fitness Pal by typing “fat macro” etc in the ingredient search tool.
This sheet pan candied carrots and pork chops – easy and quick – involves carrots, pork chops, and a dusting of ingredients from your pantry.
This delicious gluten-free, low carb beef zucchini au gratin recipe is packed with nutrient-dense ingredients smothered in cheesy goodness.
Tangy and sweet this sweet and sour meatballs recipe is the perfect party dish or family dinner and is always a crowd favorite!
This baked oatmeal with blueberries recipe is a deliciously quick prep perfect for a last-minute breakfast or frozen for later.
With whole proteins and a rainbow of veggies, this cheddar chicken and broccoli quinoa casserole makes for a delicious nutrient-dense dinner.