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Menu Plan Monday April 26-May 2


Monday
Breakfast-toast/oatmeal
Lunch- pizza
Dinner- Spaghetti

Tuesday
Breakfast-toast/oatmeal
Lunch- pizza
Dinner- homemade mac and cheese-looking for an awesome recipe... Do you have one?

Wednesday
Breakfast-toast/oatmeal
Lunch- homemade mac and cheese
Dinner- lasagna

Thursday
Breakfast-toast/oatmeal
Lunch- lasagna
Dinner- tin foil dinners

Friday
Breakfast-toast/oatmeal
Lunch- lasagna
Dinner- pizza with homemade dough

Saturday
Breakfast-waffles and eggs
Dinner- eating out..maybe. If not, spaghetti.

Sunday
Breakfast-waffles, eggs, bacon
Dinner- roast, potatoes, corn homemade rolls

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Comments

  1. I make a kick A$$ mac n cheese. it is what i *have* to bring to each family/friend gathering ... email me if you want the recipe. it is super, super simple and YUMMY! :-)

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  2. Looks like a delicious week!

    I use the mac and cheese recipe that I clipped from a macaroni box. It's basically a white sauce with cheese added. I think I've searched for the recipe online and couldn't find it, but let me know if you'd like it.

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  3. Trying to figure out what to make every day is so frustrating!
    Obviously you enjoy oatmeal and toast :)
    Will have to check out orjunkie for some ideas!

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  4. I wish I was as with it as you. :) There is a meeting tonight at the forum for staff. Hope you can make it!

    *hugs*
    Debbie

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  5. Coffee Please- I am going to email you.. thank you!

    Melissa- I'd love it.. Chevy Man loves the stuff, so I need to find an awesome recipe :)

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  6. Coffee Please- I am going to email you.. thank you!

    Melissa- I'd love it.. Chevy Man loves the stuff, so I need to find an awesome recipe :)

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