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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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