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Meal Plan: Celebrate the End of School with Fruit Recipes

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The school year is coming to an end and no one knows it more so than moms. Summer time is prime time to reconnect with kids and there is no better approach than to get together in the kitchen.

As a young girl, I relished summer; not because there was no school, but because it meant that my mother would be buying fruit. Strawberries, raspberries, peaches, nectarines, pears, cherries, apples, and watermelon would fall out of our fridge during the summer months.

What fruits do your family absolutely love? With the end of school approaching, I'll be sharing recipes featuring fruits of summer. Just remember that you can't eat all the ingredients before the dish is complete.

Theme: Celebrate the End of School with Fruit Recipes

Weekly Meal Plan: Monday, May 28 — Sunday, June 3

Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

 Thursday:

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

Dessert

Enough with the savory portion of the meal, bring on the dessert! We’re featuring Peanut Butter & Jam Bars for this week’s dessert!

Meal Plan and Grocery Shopping List Free Printable

Is your mouth watering yet? We can’t wait to give these recipes a try this week! If you’re interested in trying some or all of these recipes, be sure to fill out the Mom It Forward Meal Plan and Grocery Shopping List Free Printable before you head to the store!

Discussion Questions

Be sure to stop by the comments section of this post or on our Facebook page and let us know how your family members answered the discussion questions. We would love to hear what your family shared at the dinner table!

Disclaimer: This post is part of our Weekly Meal Plan series. Each week, we share recipes and photos from bloggers around the web. We have been given permission to use all links and photos in this series. A huge thanks goes out to all of the bloggers who helped us create this delicious menu! If you have recipes on your site that you would like for us to feature, please be sure to fill out this form.

Top photo and featured photo courtesy of Flickr.

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Marissa Huntsman

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