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Menu Plan for April 12-18

Last week's menu plan worked out pretty well. We attended a Taste of Home cooking school this past week. It was very informative. I learned a lot and will be trying a few of the recipes this week.

Lunch-little pizza
Dinner- waffles with pecan topping- I will post this recipe ☺

Breakfast Oatmeal

Breakfast Toast
Dinner- goulash

Breakfast Oatmeal
Lunch-mac and cheese
Dinner-lasagna roll ups

Breakfast- toast
Dinner-Pizza- made with homemade dough

Dinner- Spaghetti

Breakfast Waffles, bacon, eggs
Lunch- leftovers
Dinner-tin foil dinners

Check out more menu ideas here.


  1. I always think about making lasagna roll-ups, but I never do it! Thanks for the nudge. :)

  2. Mmmmm, all sounds so good....especially the waffles for dinner :)

  3. I had planned this week to make a menu for the month. I'm going to start with just dinners tho. I can work my way up. lol. I would love to live in the country and have a huge garden to grow, can and feed the family. How wonderful.

  4. I love to check out your meal plans!

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