Monday, October 18, 2010

Our Menu for the Week

  • Breakfast: Blueberry muffins and fresh fruit
  • Lunch: Sandwiches, pretzels and string cheese
  • Dinner: Pork riblets, mashed potatoes and green beans
  • Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, toast and fresh fruit
  • Lunch: Macaroni-and-cheese, hotdogs and applesauce
  • Dinner: Crumbly hamburger wraps, baked beans and fries
  • Breakfast: Cereal and yogurt
  • Lunch: PB&J and cottage cheese
  • Dinner: Chicken tetrazzini, Texas toast
  • Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, toast and fresh fruit
  • Lunch: Grilled cheese and SpaghettiOs
  • Dinner: Homemade pizza and ice cream
    We have pizza every Thursday for our Family Movie Night, and we eat picnic style in our living room while we watch a movie together.
  • Breakfast: Waffles-or-Pancakes-or-French Toast (I let the kids choose when they wake-up) and fresh fruit
    We have the same thing every Friday morning for breakfast because it is the only day Daddy eats breakfast with us, so we make it special and sweet!
  • Lunch: Ham wraps, string cheese and pretzels
  • Dinner: Pan-fried pork chops, corn and rice
  • Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, toast and fresh fruit
  • Lunch: Lunch at the zoo
  • Dinner: Chili and cinnamon rolls
I do not make food plans, per say, for Sundays because they are such busy days in our home with an early breakfast and late lunch and dinner all of which are usually just thrown together as quickly as possible!

Now, I do not know about you, but I feel better knowing that is done!

1 comment:

kendrasue said...

I love the idea of a weekly meal plan. We do this but only for dinner because we usually have easy stuff on hand for breakfast and then for lunch we are either school or work. But it is really helpful and more cost effective to only shop for what you need for your dinners. I save so much when I have the plan!