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Jun
1
2017

Ramadan Meal Planner

Our mantra here at Living Halal is to make incorporating your Muslim traditions into modern life a bit easier, and the busy Ramadan season is when we could definitely use all the time-saving tips we can get!

Planning meals out in advance is a great way to save time. Knowing what you’re going to make ahead of time means you can shop for a bunch of meals at once, and cut down on the number of trips you’ll need to make to the grocery store.

Using a meal planner is also a huge help first thing in the morning, when you’re getting up early for Ramadan prayers and possibly suffering from pre-suhoor brain fog. Instead of staring into the fridge wondering what you’re going to eat to get you through to iftaar, you can have it written down in advance, no early-morning decision-making required! (To make mornings even easier, you prep your planned suhoor meal the night before, for a grab-and-go breakfast!)

We’ve created a handy printable meal planner to get you started. Just click here to download and start planning!

It’s even better when the family that eats together plans together! Have a family meeting, grab your pens and get planning. Planning together will make Ramadan feel like a true family effort, and everyone has a chance to make sure their favourite suhoor and iftaar foods get on the list!

Here are a few meal ideas to get you started:

 

Suhoor

Grill cheese and Chicken Bacon

Egg Casserole (great to make the night before)

Egg & Chicken Bacon Cups

Fried Eggs & English Muffins

Spanish Omelette

Lettuce, Tomato, & Cheese Bagels

Pancakes & Fruit

Oatmeal (add dried fruit to stay full throughout the day)

 

Iftaar

Samosas (homemade or store bought)

Chicken Fries

Spring Rolls

Pinwheels

Grill cheese and Chicken Bacon 

Juicy Supreme Chicken Pakoras

Puff Pastry Appetizers

Naan Pizzas

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