Get the latest happenings at Nutritioulicious, this week’s Link Love, and a Passover friendly Menu Plan Monday!
Happy Monday! Spring has finally sprung in New York, and we enjoyed some time outdoors this weekend. Woohoo! Hopefully this beautiful weather continues all week, as the kids are off from school for Passover and we definitely want to get outside for walks and bike rides, especially with all the holiday meals we’ll be having!
Do you celebrate Passover? If so, be sure to check out my healthy Passover recipe roundup – there are now over 50 recipes included! If you’re celebrating Easter this coming Sunday, you may be inspired by some of these recipes as well, or go check out my spring recipe roundup for some great side dishes, main dishes, salads, soups, and desserts you may like to serve.
This week’s menu is a little different than usual since the girls don’t have school, so no lunches are included and dinner the next two nights are the big holiday meals that take place at our Passover seders, which thankfully I’m not hosting! I’d love to know what’s on your menu this week, so please let me know below!
⇒ Most kids don’t get enough physical activity. If you’re looking to boost exercise for your kids in a fun way, Chrissy has some great ideas. She’s a mom and personal trainer, so she knows a thing or two about this stuff 😉
⇒ This Wednesday (April 12th) is National Grilled Cheese Day and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate! Of course since it’s Passover, I’ll have to celebrate on matzo, but the rest of you should definitely dig in!
⇒ Chocolate and peanut butter is one of my favorite flavor pairings (as you can see here), and these muffins look so easy to make that I just have to give them a try. Plus, they use a beta-carotene-rich ingredient I always have in my pantry!