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Menu Plan Monday 1.23.12


Breakfast- cereal

Lunch- ravioli and olive garden potatoes

Dinner- chicken pot pie (in freezer)


Breakfast- yogurt

Lunch- Chef salad

Dinner- ham and cheese omelets

Rice pudding


Breakfast- cereal

Lunch- chef salad

Dinner- Pocatello for test


Breakfast- yogurt

Lunch- chef salad

Dinner-taco salad


Breakfast- cereal

Lunch- chef salad

Dinner- cauliflower pizza


Breakfast- cereal

Lunch- salad

Dinner- spaghetti


Breakfast- egg and waffles

Dinner- rotissiere roast

Check out a ton of other Menu planning ideas here.


  1. Planning out your meals is so smart! I keep meaning to add this to my regular routine...but it never happens. Maybe Organization Junkie can help me? :)

    BTW, I dropped in from the Alexa drop hop. :)

  2. I love your meal plan!!! I also love your blog title!! Stopping by from the Alexa hop! Have a great week!

  3. Hi stopping by from Alexa hop. If you get a chance pls review Self Sagacity Alexa, leave comment, I will surely get done for you too. Happy Monday and have great week!

  4. Hi, I'm here from The Alexa Drop Hop. :)


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