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Cook These 7 Recipes On Sunday, And Feed Yourself All Week

Be better this week.

Here we are with another installment of recipes to cook on Sunday that will help you eat healthy, stress-free, homemade meals all week. We're not suggesting that you cook every single meal you'll eat throughout the week on this one day of rest -- that would be an absolutely tiring task. What we have for you instead is a handful of recipes (actually, seven) that will feed you hearty meals in the beginning of the week and then a couple of items that help make a meal out of what's leftover in the fridge.

This week we suggest breakfast cookies for the morning. Bake a big batch and store them in a cookie jar. They make for a great breakfast on the go and feel like a treat, too. For lunch we have a spicy chicken noodle salad and a pesto couscous salad (which can also work as a side for dinner, which is a homemade roast chicken). For extras we've included a quick pickled radish recipe, which will take a veggie bowl or sandwich to the next level, and a recipe for avocado toast to remind you that when all else fails, this is one satisfying meal you can rely on.

Get cooking and eat well all week long. If you're looking for a few more ideas, check out what we had scheduled last week.

1
Healthy Breakfast Cookies
Lovely Little Kitchen
Get the Healthy Breakfast Cookies recipe from Lovely Little Kitchen
2
Easy Spicy Chicken Noodles With Peanuts
Lovely Little Kitchen
Get the Easy Spicy Chicken Noodles With Peanuts recipe from Lovely Little Kitchen
3
Deconstructed Pesto Couscous Salad
Love & Olive Oil
Get the Deconstructed Pesto Couscous Salad recipe from Love & Olive Oil
4
Chimichurri Roasted Chicken
Love & Olive Oil
Get the Chimichurri Roasted Chicken recipe from Love & Olive Oil
5
One Pot Pasta With Tomato, Basil And Mozzarella
Lovely Little Kitchen
6
Quick Pickled Radishes
Cookie + Kate
Get the Quick Pickled Radishes recipe from Cookie + Kate
7
Avocado Toast
Cookie + Kate
Get the Avocado Toast recipe from Cookie + Kate

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