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Menu Plan for March 22-28


Last weeks menu plan was a big success. I only missed 2 days and we didn't eat out, we just ate leftovers. Chevy Man requires that the T-Bone Steak in the CP be put into our meal rotation! I was very good. So here is this weeks menu.



Monday
Breakfast- cereal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- cp shipwreck

tuesday
Breakfast-waffles
Lunch lo
Dinner-bb cups

Wednesday
Breakfast-toast
Lunch- LO
Dinner- chicken enchiladas with Homemade Tortillas

Thursday
Breakfast-toast
Lunch- LO
Dinner-chili and cornbread

Friday
Breakfast- toast
Lunch- LO
Dinner pizza

Saturday
Breakfast- waffles
Lunch- LO
Dinner- brown sugar meatloaf, mashed potatoes, corn

Sunday
Breakfast- waffles
Lunch- LO
Dinner- Baked spaghetti and garlic bread (I didn't make this last week.)


Check out Menu Plan Monday over at OrgJunkie

What's your menu like this week?

Comments

  1. I really need to do this more. :) It would be so nice just to be able to plan on making a certain dish each night. DH has a tendency to stick up his nose when I say I am going to make 'this' tonight... He wants what he wants, when he feels like eating it or he will skip dinner and snack. I hate it!

    Hope your having a great day!
    *hugs*
    Debbie

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  2. Crockpot Shipwreck sounds delish. I bet my 5 year old would love it.

    Way to go sticking with your plan last week. Hope this week is yummy.

    ~Robin

    p.s. I have a giveaway on my blog this week. come and enter.

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  3. Hello robin! it is so yummy, just don't forget the creamed corn, makes a world of difference! we ran out last month and when I made this last night it just wasn't the same. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Homemade tortillas are the best, alot of work, but worth every bite :)

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  5. Leah- I really thought that they would be a ton of work, but they really aren't that hard. and the flavor difference between HM and boughten is HUGE!

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How to Make Buttermilk From Regular Milk

Frugal Tip Tuesday is a weekly
series here at Frugal Farmhouse.
I want to share easy tips and tricks
to help you along your frugal journey.




How many times have you started making something only to realize that little container of buttermilk you bought 6 months ago is expired. Has it really been in there that long?

Here is a quick way to make buttermilk out of regular milk.

Ingredients:

-Milk (just under 1 cup)
-1 Tablespoon White Vinegar or Lemon Juice

Put the vinegar (or lemon juice) in the bottom of a liquid measuring cup. Then fill it up to the 1 cup line with milk.

Let it stand about 5 minutes. Then you have Buttermilk! It gets kinda chunky, this is normal. Now you can use it in any recipe just as you would buttermilk.