We’re rolling into November with a yummy line-up of Weeknight Rescue recipes: three for dinner, one to batch cook, and one bonus recipe. Find the printable shopping list at the bottom of the page!

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ASIAN-STYLE NOODLES WITH (not so spicy) PEANUT SAUCE

Asian Noodles with Peanut SauceThis was on the menu at our house last week and I forgot how much I love these flavors. It’s reminiscent of the peanut sauce you might get in a Thai or Vietnamese restaurant, only tossed with noodles and crunchy vegetables. Want to do a refreshing side? Slice English cucumbers and red onions and marinate in seasoned rice vinegar.  

SHEET PAN CHICKEN DINNER

Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner

This meal is all about simplicity and no clean up. Everything goes on a single sheet pan and into the oven. If you don’t feel confident about carving a chicken, this play-by-play may help. If you feel like dessert, Chocolate Pot De Creme would make a perfect chaser for this meal. 

DINNER OMELETHow to Make an Omelet

A classic French omelet is my go-to dinner when I’m low on groceries and short on time. It’s also really delicious and different from a typical American diner-style omelet. Serve it how the French might, with a simple green salad, baguette, and a glass of wine.

COCONUT GRANOLA BARK
Coconut Granola Bark

A recipe from Best Lunch Box ever, you make this bark by pressing coconut granola onto a cookie sheet, baking it, and then breaking it into shards. It’s a good one to make on the weekend and pack into lunches, enjoy for snacks, or crumble over plain yogurt for breakfast. 

STOVETOP SRIRACHA LIME POPCORN
Sriracha Lime Popcorn

Treat yourself and make a bowlful for movie night. It’s not too spicy for my kids, but if yours are sensitive, you can always scale back on the sriracha. 


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