Not sure what to make with your Butcher Box meats? Here is a free, 4-week meal plan with Butcher Box recipes that whole family will love!
Butcher Box is a company that has gained a lot of popularity over the past few years – especially in 2020.
We’ve been fans of them for awhile, and we often get a lot of questions regarding their quality, customer service and more.
But in this post, we wanted to share a four week Butcher Box meal plan! Once you get your meat, you probably might be asking yourself, “What should I do with all this?!” so we’ve put together a delicious round-up of Butcher Box recipes based on some of their most popular offerings.
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Most Popular Butcher Box Cuts
I reached out to Butcher Box to see what their best sellers in 2020 were, and they said the most popular options were:
- Ground Beef
- Boneless skinless chicken breasts
- NY Strip Steaks
- Uncured Bacon
- Boneless pork chops
- Filet Mignons
- Sockeye Salmon
- Top Sirloin Steaks
Having tried most – if not all – of these items, I can attest to their quality and taste. I am definitely partial to their ground beef and bacon.
I thought about building the meal plan off of all of those, but I decided I would be able to get more meals/bang for your buck approaching this meal plan a little different.
Meats in this Meal Plan
Instead, I decided to build a “Large Box” that you could replicate. In the large box, you get 12 cuts of meat, so I selected a variety that I felt would be easy to cook with and that you could get multiple meals out of!
You can easily replicate this box by going into your Butcher Box account, selecting the large box, and then adding the following meats to your box:
- 2 lb 85/15 ground beef
- 2.25 lb chuck roast
- 3 lb boneless skinless chicken breast
- 3 lb bone-in chicken thighs
- 10 ounces bacon
- 2 lb sockeye salmon
- 5.5 lbs bone in pork butt
- 4 Boneless Pork Chops
- 2 lb ground Italian sausage
- 2 lb steak bites
- 2.8 lb Baby Back ribs
- 2.5 lbs round roast
Below you will find a meal plan that has various recipes – some are from Clarks Condensed and others are from the Butcher Box website. But it should give you a good idea of what all you can do with your upcoming box.
This meal plan should feed about four people. There are enough recipes to cook for five days during the week. On the remaining two days, you can eat leftovers, choose a meatless meal, or go out to eat!
How to Order Butcher Box
Here is a little video to show you how to order your Butcher Box. If you already have an account, you can login. If not, you will be prompted to enter your email so you can take advantage of any current promotion.
In this video, I show myself ordering everything mentioned above that you will need for this meal plan.
Butcher Box Promotion
Butcher Box is always having a great deal going on. I try and keep these as up to date as possible, so if you see a photo and deal below, it should be the most current one.
Meal Plan Printable
You are more than welcome to come back to this page each day and click on the recipe, however, if you’d rather, I have created a downloadable meal plan that has all the recipes. They have clickable links if you just want to keep it on your phone or computer, or you can print it off and put it in your fridge.
Just enter your email below and you will have instant access – it will also be sent straight to your email.
Butcher Box Meal Plan
Day #2 – Irish Beef Stew (with leftover round steak)
Day #3 – Chicken, Kale and White Bean Soup (this calls for tenders, but you could just use a pound of chicken!)
Day #4 – Sweet and Spicy Steak Bites
Day #5 – Skillet Cornbread with Breakfast Sausage (a delicious gravy would pair nicely with this, and maybe a cup of fruit)
Day #1 – One Pot Cheeseburger Casserole – Ground Beef
Day #2 – Deep Dish Bacon and Potato Pizza
Day #5 – Seared Salmon with Pineapple Salsa
Day #2 – Breakfast Sausage Scramble
Day #4 – Ground Beef and Wild Mushroom Stroganoff – Ground Beef
Day #5 – Just Peachy BBQ Chicken Thighs
Day #1- Instant Pot Carnitas and Lettuce Wraps
Day #2 – Oven Baked Nachos (using leftover carnitas)
Day #3 – Lemon Basil Chicken Thighs
Day #4 – Parmesan Pork Chops
Day #5 – Cauliflower Bacon Soup
Katie is a Colorado-native, BYU graduated, and most importantly, wife to one and mother to three beautiful boys. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others – especially about pregnancy, breastfeeding, cooking, and crafts. She is currently training to be a Certified Lactation Educator. She loves spending time with her family and helping others find joy in family life.