It’s time to start thinking about your meal plan for next week. From Salmon Caprese Skewers to pasta that serves up summer in bowl, we’ve got five weeknight dinners that will get you through the week ahead. So grab a pen, make your shopping list, and stock up before the weekend’s over. And if it’s easier for you to do that from your inbox, be sure to sign up for our weekly meal plan emails.

Related: 15 (truly) 30-minute meals to save dinner on hectic back-to-school nights.

Top: Pasta with Corn, Slow Cooked Tomatoes, and Garlic Confit | Phyllis Grant at Food52 

 

Cool Mom Eats weekly meal plan: Skillet Veggie enchiladas | The Bilssful Balance

If you’ve been following our weekly meal plans for a while, you know that my favorite way to entice my family with #MeatlessMonday meals is to go Tex-Mex. The cheesy goodness goes far to make veggies appealing and even make them forget that there’s no meat in dishes like this mouthwatering Skillet Veggie Enchiladas at The Blissful Balance.

 

Cool Mom Eats weekly meal plan: Blackened Salmon Caprese Skewers at How Sweet It Is

How do you make grilled fish even more summery and delicious? You skewer it with tomatoes and mozzarella! I can’t wait to serve these 30-Minute Blackened Salmon Caprese Skewers at How Sweet It Is. They are packed with flavor, but lean and healthy too. The perfect combination.

 

Cool Mom Eats weekly meal plan: Pork Meatball Curry | Food to Love

This very simple, very quick dinner will get you over the midweek hump. With green beans already in the mix, I say that this Pork Meatball Curry at Food to Love only needs a side of white rice. Done and done.

Related: 6 DIY freezer meals that save us on busy back to school nights.

 

Cool Mom Eats weekly meal plan: Past with Corn, Slow Cooked Tomatoes, and Garlic Confit by Phyllis Grant at Food52

This Pasta with Corn, Slow Cooked Tomatoes, and Garlic Confit by Phyllis Grant at Food52 (above & top) might be the perfect summer dish. And before you decide you can’t give it a try because slow cooked and garlic confit, let’s talk. Prepping both is a totally hands-off, make-ahead affair that’s worth every minute of planning (which is just a few). If you just cannot, though, crank the heat on the tomatoes and roast them quickly — I’d say about 25 minutes at 425 — and skip the garlic confit all together. It’ll be too bad, but still yield a ridiculously tasty summer meal that’s way better than any jarred sauce situation.

 

Cool Mom Eats weekly meal plan: Chicken Florentine with White Wine Cream Sauce | Damn Delicious

Hello, Friday night! This easier-than-it looks Chicken Florentine with White Wine Cream Sauce at Damn Delicious is laid back fancy to kick off the weekend. Just saute chicken, then spinach (in the same pan, thank you very much), and dot with fresh summer tomatoes. Serve with a glass of wine — you know, for the grownups.

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