Menu Recipes for the Week – Keeping it Easy!

Another great list of Menu Recipes for the week! We like to keep it light as summer is still rolling!

Menu Recipes for the week from family food bloggers.

Wow summer is speeding by! We just got back from an amazing adventure in Colorado where I went on a white water rafting trip for the first time in my life. It was fun, wet and exhilerating and I would do it again!

Work has been busy as we get ready for school to start in a couple of weeks. Wow that came fast!  #Notquiteready

Here are the Menu Recipes for the week, brought to you by the members of the KIE (Keeping it Easy) Meal plan bloggers.



Keeping it Easy Weekly Meal Plan



All good mornings start with breakfast, so why not start the mornings with a colorful smoothie bowl made with fresh fruit?

Summer breakfast fruit smoothie bowls are a great way to incorporate more fresh fruit into your meals!


This Tomato Caprese Salad with Basil & Mozzerella from My Fearless Kitchen is a perfect way to kick of the week. Add chicken to this recipe a great summer dinner idea.


Menu Recipes for the week from family food bloggers.




Ropa Vieja from Mr. Crumby’s Kitchen is one of the national dishes of Cuba. This tasty stew is made with lean beef, light and sure to please!


Menu Recipes for the week from family food bloggers.

Celebrate Hump day with this Rosemary baked halibut from Kimmi’s Dairyland.  The Balsamic vinegar glaze makes this a lovely dinner idea.


Menu Plan Ideas for the week.


Chicken Caeser Pasta Salad from The Shirley Journey is sure to delight with a creamy from scratch dressing! A nice light dinner idea any night of the week.


Menu Recipes for the week from family food bloggers.



Finish up the weekend with this Simple Steak Salad from Organized Island. Made with a tender sirloin steak, it is a great way to highlight the fresh flavors of summer.




This Blueberry Lemon Coconut Bundt cake from Desserts Required is to die for! Fresh blueberries and coconut make this dessert extra special!


Take the weekend off, enjoy your leftovers, or eat out. We’ll be testing more recipes for you in our own kitchens!

How was your first full week of August?

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  1. The first full week was busy! August is so bittersweet.
    I have yet to try a smoothie bowl but it’s right up my alley!

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