I hope you enjoy this round of dinner meal planning and that it helps someone else out there answer the age old question of “What’s for dinner?!” I find that it really does help with that especially in a household full of Neurodivergent people. Now this post is a little different than the other two because I have not made some of these yet and have only just found some of the new recipes to inspire me for the coming 2 week dinner meal plan. There are some classic ones in the list that I have made in the past and some that I hope will be new ones to add to the ” Make Again” arsenal.
Kitchen witchery is a growing trend within contemporary Paganism. After all, the heart and soul of many contemporary households is the kitchen. Where do the majority of your guests hang out when you host a party at your house? Naturally, the kitchen! In addition, the kitchen has once again become a place where people spend hours rather than minutes due to a declining economy and an increasing number of people making meals from scratch. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that kitchen witchcraft has gained popularity.
This is one of my go-to soups for cold weather, and it is a family favorite. It is both hardy and flavorful, perfect when paired with some warm biscuits out of the oven or even some focaccia bread.
Simple Ground Turkey Rigatoni Soup: [ You could even do this in a crockpot- Just cook your meat first before tossing it into the crockpot] Ground Beef or Turkey [1-5 lbs] depending on how much you want to make.
Who doesn’t love a good set it and forget it meal, I adore my crockpot during fall and winter months, it makes it so much easier to make more than one thing at a time. This crockpot pork curry was so tender it fell apart before we even really got to shredding the meat.
Tikka Masala, is a warm and inviting combination of spices. It is perfect for the cooler weather that is coming and also a wonderful comfort food for the whole family to enjoy.
The whole family will love this classic eggplant parmesan! Slices of tender eggplant coated in homemade breadcrumbs, and then layered with melted cheeses & rich marinara! Whether you’d like to bake or fry the eggplant, this recipe has a method for both.
I love a really good French Dip with a hot cup of Au Jus on the side to dip the sandwich into on a chilly day. While it does not get overly cold in Georgia, there are some times when there is a chill in the air and with fall setting in I needed to find some warm comfort food alternatives. I found a recipe that I thought was worth trying and I AM SO GLAD WE DID. This Mushroom French Dip Sandwich is not only affordable, it is delicious! If you do not have a lot of time to make the Au Jus yourself you can always sub it for a package of mushroom soup or even onion soup, just add water/ heat it on the stove and call it good.
This Baba Ghanoush is totally creamy, decadent, and has a wonderful balance of smoky and tangy flavor from the roasted eggplant and the lemon. I love that it’s super versatile like hummus. It pairs with pita bread, vegetables, pretzels, crackers or even as a condiment in your favorite sandwich.
Lebanese Baba Ghanoush
This Lebanese inspired Baba Ghanoush is made with only 4 ingredients: oven-roasted eggplant, lemon juice, tahini & garlic – a great alternative to hummus!
Soft, sweet and full of flavor, these Blueberry Muffins are a delicious go-to breakfast or snack recipe. Usually made when the season is warm they are also perfect for cold days. You can use fresh or frozen berries if they are out of season. Two bowls, one spoon and twenty minutes—done! Read on to see how to make these muffins perfect every time!
On thing I adore about fall is the never ending inspiration I find in the kitchen. It is a time my Kitchen Witchery really kicks itself into high gear. A couple of years ago we decided that for “Thanksgiving”. We would make our own dinner rolls to share with the family. Well we did not have anyone come to share our feast but just our little family, which was sad but, we still enjoyed the love aroma that filled our household and ever since then, whenever we prepare a fest in celebration of Mabon, Samhain, or Yule even we make rolls or other handmade breads to go with the meals. This is one of our favorites we want to share with you. Homemade Yeast Dinner Rolls