We’ve got a 9-ingredient shopping list that transforms into 5 nights of nutritious, family-friendly meals—with no repeats! Using flavorful combinations and smart prep shortcuts, these recipes are guaranteed to please while saving money and time at the grocery store and in the kitchen.
6 large ears of corn
2 medium heads of cauliflower
1 medium red onion
2 pounds medium sweet potatoes
1 (16 oz) package Nature’s Promise® Organic Baby Spinach
2 (15.5 oz) cans Nature’s Promise Organic® Low Sodium Garbanzo Beans
3 (5 oz) packages cheese and garlic croutons
1 (12 oz) bottle Nature’s Promise® White Balsamic Vinaigrette
3 (4-count, 16 oz) packages Nature's Promise® Boneless Pork Chops
Grilled Pork Skewers over Cauliflower Rice
We love a good 2-for-1, especially when it cuts down on grocery shopping. White balsamic vinaigrette works as both a tangy marinade for grilled pork kabobs and a dressing for fluffy cauliflower rice. The homemade, microwave-ready “rice” (or grate finer for cauliflower “couscous”) is easy to make using a food processor or box grater for a versatile, low-carb side dish, anytime.
These irresistibly juicy pork chops have a secret: their delicious, crunchy coating is actually seasoned croutons. Nutritious sweet potatoes and cauliflower roast together with the chops on lined baking sheets, making this complete meal a breeze from cooking through cleanup.
Even picky vegetable eaters can’t resist the delicious duo of sweet, juicy corn and earthy sweet potatoes. They come together in a simple 3-ingredient salad that pairs perfectly with smoky grilled pork chops. Loaded with nutrients, low in calories, this weeknight winner requires just 10 minutes of prep.
Here’s a new addition to Meatless Monday (or any day): tender, pan-fried chickpea patties inspired by falafel. Seasoned crouton breadcrumbs work as the binder for golden, crispy cakes made with fresh corn and garbanzos. Served over spinach salad, it’s a hearty, plant-powered meal that satisfies.
Fiber-rich chickpeas give this colorful, vegetarian salad a protein punch. Tender baby spinach, fresh corn, and savory croutons tossed in white balsamic vinaigrette get extra zing from red onion. To mellow the bite of without losing crunch, soak slices of raw onion in cold water for 5-10 minutes before serving.