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I’ve Got Your Ramadan Meal Planning Covered! I’ve Got Your Ramadan Meal Planning Covered!

Do you struggle to find meal ideas for your family during Ramadan?  Not this year!  Today my first Ramadan meal plan is available to make your Ramadan meal planning easier.

Ramadan Meal Plan 1

One of the biggest complaints I hear from women during Ramadan is, “I have no idea what to make!”  I know meal planning isn’t for everyone. It’s a big process to find meal ideas, create a list, shop, and then either prepare one evening, or nightly meals.  Whew, I’m exhausted just thinking about it!  Last year I created a cookbook titled Ramadan Nights, this cookbook is still available but this year I wanted to take it a step further.

This meal plan has 6 recipes for suhoor, iftar, and dinner.  Several of the meals have multiple variations for more than 25 recipes. I have also created a shopping list that covers the basics.  I think you’ll like that many recipes can be customized for your taste.  Perhaps the other most important aspect of this set is that all of these recipes are either;

  • made in 5-10 minutes
  • can be made in the slow cooker
  • can be pre-made and frozen, needing only to be heated up the day they’re served.

The recipes all include gluten-free adaptations or are gluten-free to begin with.  These are recipes that I make in my home and for my family, they’re not just random ideas I’ve had!

I plan to create two more meal plans that are of similar length. You can mix and match these recipes or you can make them all one week.  I’ve included a basic shopping list.  You will need to customize this based on how you choose to vary those multiple option recipes.

Now you’re probably asking how to get this meal plan.  I’ll be releasing two more meal plans over the two weeks and I can’t promise how long I’ll be offering them at this price.  Each meal plans takes me over 10 hours to put together, adapting for slow cooker and freezer preparation, shopping list creation, and editing.

Right now this meal plan is available for just $8!

If you want to pick up this meal plan and my Ramadan Nights cookbook, I’ve got a special deal.  Bundle them together for $13.50!  You’ll be getting over 50 recipes including lots of Moroccan holiday favorites for a great price. Get the Bundle Now.

Get your meal plan copy today!

When you’re checking out, select add to cart  (it’s cut off a little – sorry about that I’m trying to figure it out!) Then using the top navigation bar select checkout under Shop.  Let me know if you have any problems – I don’t want anyone to miss out on this!

Looking for more Ramadan meal planning ideas?  Make sure to join me Thursday with my special guest Yvonne Maffei of My Halal Kitchen for this week’s Ramadan Revealed webinar series. Be sure to visit the webinar page and sign up if you haven’t so that you don’t miss access information.

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Amanda Mouttaki

Curious world traveling, mom of two busy boys, foodie at heart, addicted to social media and lover of all things Moroccan.

  • Recipe Ideas

    June 19, 2013 #2 Author

    Ramadan is indeed really special for me. All my extended family will be at home & my grandmother will be cooking traditional recipes- new recipes everyday..Ramadan is really awesome.


  • Thooba Samimi

    June 12, 2013 #3 Author

    I cannot wait until Ramadan is here. It is one of the peaceful times of the year for my family and I. I feel so at ease and close to Allah. My family makes the most extraordinary dishes for me. Just remember Amanda to make dishes in which they will feel full. What my mother likes to do is when we get up for suhr, she makes us a banana shake, eggs, cottage cheese, nutella and peanut butter sandwiches. For iftar, we start with a vegetable soup, and then there is rice, eggplant with yogurt, persian cucumber chilled drink, lamb, dumplings, etc. For dessert, try making something called molida- its a persian specialty, that is made of bread, butter/oil, sugar and wheat. Trust me, its worth making.


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