Tag: St. Patrick’s

Meal Prep for the week of 3.10.2019

Steak Tagliata

We’re sticking to a mostly Irish/St. Paddy’s theme with our menu planning this week. I’m also trying something new. I’m posting the recipe link in the menu so that you don’t wear out your scrolling finger! Here’s the menu:

Breakfast:
PBJ Overnight Oats – we tried these for the first time a few weeks back and they were a hit! https://cleanfoodcrush.com/clean-eating-pb-j-overnight-oats/

Lunch:
Stuffed Bell Pepper Soup https://cleanfoodcrush.com/clean-eating-stuffed-bell-pepper-soup/
Cheesy Cauliflower Muffins https://kirbiecravings.com/cheesy-cauliflower-muffins/


Shepherd’s Pie won’t win any beauty contests, but it’s so tasty!

Dinner:
Teriyaki Salmon with Broccoli and Carrots – I use gluten free tamari instead of the soy sauce. https://cleanfoodcrush.com/homemade-teriyaki-salmon-meal-prep/

Balsamic Beef Roast – I’m making enough of this roast to use the beef in Shepherd’s Pie the following day. https://www.5dollardinners.com/balsamic-beef-roast/

Gluten Free Shepherd’s Pie – https://www.noshtastic.com/easy-shepherds-pie/
Take a little help from the grocery store if you don’t want to make mashed potatoes. Bob Evans All Natural Homestyle Classic Mashed Potatoes are made with the same ingredients you would use at home.
https://www.bobevansgrocery.com/products/bob-evans-natural-homestyle-classic-mashed-potatoes/


Clean convenience food. This is the package you are looking for.
Make sure that it says All Natural, not Original.
Made with: Potatoes, Milk, Butter and Salt.

Sliced Steak Tagliata with Sweet Potato Wedges and Warm Tomatoes in Vinaigrette – This dish sounds fancier than it is and comes together very quickly. https://www.hellofresh.com/recipes/sliced-steak-tagliata-5a4e74c4c2880042c2002211

Rainbow Cobb Salad: This one is more assembly than a recipe. Layer your favorite lettuce in the bottom of a large serving dish and then working in rows, place your other ingredients in rainbow order like the photo below. We served this salad when we had family visiting and it is great for parties because your guests can pick and choose what they want.

Lettuce layer: Use any lettuce that you enjoy. We like romaine and baby spinach.
Red (and pink): Do you like how I’ve added pink to the rainbow?
Beets, Cubed Ham, Bacon crumbles, Tomatoes, Sweet Bell Peppers
Orange: Carrots, Sweet Bell Peppers
Yellow: Sweet Bell Peppers, Quartered Hard Boiled Eggs, Corn
Green: Cucumbers, Broccoli, Bell Peppers
Blue: Hmm. There aren’t too many blue veggies out there, so let’s skip right to purple. We layered in pepper jack cheese. Use any cheese you like.
Purple: Red Onions, Purple Broccoli (if you can find it), Shredded Red Cabbage
Serve with your favorite dressing.

Snacks:
Apples and peanut butter, Veggies and homemade dill dip, Bananas, Oranges, Pineapple and Cantaloupe

Treat:
Chocolate Chip Chickpea Blondies https://cleanfoodcrush.com/chocolate-chickpea-blondies/

Let me know if you try these recipes. I hope your week is filled with St. Paddy’s fun and shenanigans!

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Style Your Books for St. Paddy’s

March means rainbows and shamrocks at Arthurized Home and while we don’t go all out with an Irish theme, we add a few touches here and there. Here are some ways to bring the St. Paddy’s love with your books.

Rainbows: Gather up books with attractive spines and arrange them in rainbow order. The subjects don’t matter, you’re just looking for bright, eye-catching color.

Neutral with a touch of green: Maybe bright colors are not your thing. Grab a stack of books with a neutral look, stack them and add a nod to the holiday. I found these tea cups years ago at a thrift shop. If you don’t have something similar, you could use a green tea cup or a small, potted shamrock. Shamrocks (oxalis) are cheap as chips in the grocery stores right now. Maybe tie a pale green ribbon around the books, or place a small bowl of gold foil-wrapped chocolates on top?

All green: This couldn’t be more simple. Stack books with green spines in an ombre gradient. Add a decorative item on top. Try a small gold candle, an air plant or a bowl of brightly colored candies.

This decor idea can be used with any holiday, red and green books at Christmas, Fall colors for September through November, etc. Have fun playing with it!

Disclosure: In addition to occasional sponsored posts, Arthurized Home uses clickable affiliate links. That means that I may receive a small commission from sales at no extra charge to you. As always, my opinion is 100% my own, and I only recommend things that I truly love or use myself. Thank you for patronizing the brands that support Arthurized Home!

Copyright 2019 © Arthurized Home – All Rights Reserved. This post is the original content of Arthurized Home. If you’re reading this on another site, it’s unArthurized.