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March Meal Plan: Take the Fish Friday Challenge

Hello, fellow seafoodies!

Can you believe it’s already March? We hope the groundhog is right and this month brings longer, warmer days with some hints of spring.

We love how many seafood specials are going on this time of year, with Lent in full swing and “Fish Fridays” on the brain. From seafood counters to restaurant menus, there’s plenty of inspiration and options available to meet your goal of eating seafood at least twice a week – so no excuses!

And, don’t forget, not only is seafood incredibly versatile, it is the premier food source for omega-3s (omega-3s are those fatty acids you keep hearing about that are absolutely vital for maintaining a healthy brain and heart). Meaning, incorporating seafood into your household menu at least 2-3 times a week can help prevent heart disease and provide your bodies with the nutrients they need to grow and glow!

In short, there’s something to please every palate this month. So, we’re challenging you to prepare seafood every Friday using our March Meal Plan as a guide.

Ready, set, go fish!

Breakfast: Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Take your morning eggs to the next level by adding smoked salmon.

Source: Barefeet in the Kitchen. Get the recipe here.

Breakfast: Crab and Quinoa Salad Stuffed Avocados

Calling all avocado lovers! This infusion of crab makes for a real breakfast game changer.

Source: Wonky Wonderful. Get the recipe here.

Lunch: Seared Scallops with Spring Vegetables

Light, nutritious and satisfying. This lunch will make your coworkers jealous!

Source: Rachel Ray Every Day. Get the recipe here.

Lunch: Mediterranean Tuna Salad

Dive into this refreshing tuna salad for a quick and delicious midday protein boost!

Source: Tori Avey. Get the recipe here.

Lunch: Shrimp and Vegetable Couscous Salad

This colorful dish is not only picture-worthy, it’s delicious, filling and simple to make! Enjoy for dinner or lunch!

Source: Babaganosh. Get the recipe here.

Snack: Baked Salmon Meatballs

These bite-sized salmon meatballs are tasty, nutritious and sure to be a family favorite.

Source: Cook in Canuck. Get the recipe here.

Dinner: One Pan Easy Baked Fish and Chips

Also known as fish sticks and fries, this healthier baked alternative to the classic will have everyone wanting more!

Source:Chelsea’s Messy Apron. . Get the recipe here.

Dinner: Thai Style Halibut

This halibut dish is the perfect combination of sweet, salty and spicy, and an easy, weeknight go-to!

Source: Mama Challenge.Get the recipe here.

Dinner: Crab Mac and Cheese

Cheese please! Crab adds some extra lean protein to a creamy, delicious dinner favorite.

Source: The Fare Sage. Get the recipe here.

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