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Menu Plan Monday April 5-11

Last weeks menu plan really seemed like a great idea. But I honestly did not make dinner once not quite sure what was being eaten, we didn't eat out either. Hey, my fridge is cleaned out though, so I guess that what was eaten!

Breakfast- toast
Lunch- leftovers
Dinner- Roast and potatoes
*make bread

Lunch- leftovers

Lunch- leftovers
Dinner- Leftovers

Lunch- leftovers
Dinner-goulash and garlic bread sticks
*make bread

Breakfast- oatmeal
Lunch- leftovers
Dinner- Pizza with homemade pizza dough

Lunch- leftovers
Dinner-cp steak

Breakfast-pancakes, eggs
Lunch- leftovers
Dinner-steak and potatoes

Check out other menu's over at Org Junkie!


  1. Sounds yummy. I have been wanting to try and make pizza dough.

  2. Hi!!! Ok so funny, as I eat leftovers for lunch almost every day as well...lunch can be expensive othewise! But how can you make it to lunch with only toast or oatmeal for breakfast???? I'd be starving by 10:30!!!

    Alex aka Ma What's for Dinner

  3. Hi Brandi! Your menu sounds awesome!

    I got the sheet metal for my project at Home Depot. It's actually roof flashing and is in the roofing department!

    Have a super day!


  4. That's funny, you didn't cook but everyone ate. I wish that would happen around here LOL.


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