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Menu Plan Monday May 3-9

Monday may 3rd
Breakfast- toast/oatmeal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- pork roast

Tuesday May 4th
Breakfast- toast/oatmeal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- goulash, bread sticks

Wednesday May5
Breakfast- toast/oatmeal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- tacos with Homemade Tortillas

Thursday May 6
Breakfast- toast/oatmeal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- brown sugar meatloaf, mashed potatoes, corn

Friday May 7
Breakfast- toast/oatmeal
Lunch- LO
Dinner- pizza with homemade dough

Saturday May 8
Breakfast-waffles, eggs
Lunch- LO
Dinner- bb cups and taco cups

Sunday May 9
Breakfast-pancake, eggs
Lunch- LO
Dinner- tin foil dinners

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