By Teresa Sabga
January 17, 2016

Every Sunday, we publish a week of 58wang dinner plans filled with our favorite recipes—both from current issues and classics. Each meal is designed to be ready and on the table in 45 minutes or less so that you have more time to enjoy the food you’ve prepared and the company of those you’ve prepared it for.

If you like having a healthy meal plan but want something customized to your dietary or caloric needs, check out . It’s a calorie-driven weekly meal plan—breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner—based on your dieting goals and food preferences.

The PlanMonday: Skillet Chicken with Seared Avocados + Tuesday: Wednesday:  + Thursday:  + Friday:  Fruity Bonus: 

Monday: Kick off the week with super speedy Skillet Chicken with Seared Avocados. This year, we're encouraging , but the tiniest bit of sugar helps the avocado halves char in the pan, adding robust toasty flavor. is a great way to wake up this comforting winter meal.

Tuesday: Nothing beats cuddling up with a warm bowl of  on a chilly night. Buying prechopped onion and minced garlic makes this meal quicker than ever. Believe it—in just 30 minutes you'll have a delicious made-from-scratch dinner.

Wednesday: There is more to pasta night than a jar of marinara—much more. Serve , an Italian-inspired dish featuring quick-cooking noodles and clams in a light, fresh white wine sauce. Keep the side simple with a fresh, crunchy .

Thursday: Tonight, everyone can have their way! Customize the —essentially a large, crispy-bottomed omelet—with any vegetables, fresh herbs, or cheeses you like. Pair with  for a fruity, nutty, anything-but-boring side.

Friday: Fridays and pizza are synonymous. Skip delivery and make your own fast  with the help of supermarket rotisserie chicken and store-bought thin pizza crust. Sweet, tangy, and spicy come together in a flash—what more could you ask for?

Fruity Bonus: Whenever you're starting to slump throughout the week, snap out of it with  craveable combo of invigorating jalapeño, refreshing pineapple, and sweet beets, which naturally increase blood flow to the brain.

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