2.20.2012

Weekly Menu Plan - 2/20

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It is that time again - time to share with you what are weekly menu plan is! I am very excited about this one because I have already completed one day! A northern made southern comfort food this evening! 

Breakfasts: cereal, yogurt, fruit, waffles, eggs and toast

Lunches: sandwiches, cookies, chips - veggies, fruits, pasta

Dinner Plan

monday - Country fried steak and mashed potatoes 

tuesday - quiche with fruit and yogurt 

wednesday - spaghetti with meat sauce - fresh bread - taking dinner to a friend's house

thursday - minestrone soup with grilled cheese sandwiches

friday - bbq chicken pizza 



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I am also working on a master menu list for the next month. I have been reading Wholesome Womanhood - Melinda and Carrie have a wonderful blog! I found it from a guest post on Money Saving Mom - a must read! It is about "Saving Money by Simplifying Meal Planning." 

For the month of March, I will have our budget set at $100 and I will use $50 for stocking up. I have a long list of meals that I can make already - I am trying to get a whole month's worth. 

When I am finished I will share it with you! Can't wait! 

Let me know what you think about the guest post from Wholesome Womanhood! 

6 comments:

  1. I read that post as well and really enjoyed it. It's a good idea, and I hope it works well for you! :)

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    1. I am going to try the same weekly meal plan for the month thing in April. I have enough stuff for lots of different meals instead of the same thing. I went over our budget this month (only by a little) so March is going to be a stock up month. :D

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  2. Good luck on your meal plan! When I was pregnant with my second, I really concentrated on stocking up on freezer meals, and it was a life-saver for us when I had a baby. I have a deep freezer, and I had enough dinners to last through the first two months. I'm totally doing it again when we have another baby!

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    1. That is a great idea! I should probably do that too. We have a deep freezer as well. I will have to ask my husband what type of meals he would like! Thanks for the idea!

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  3. Hi Carlye,

    Thanks so much for sharing your menu plan! I was wondering if you could post your recipe for quiche? It sounds like it would be good and I've never made one. Thanks!

    Lindsey Goss

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    1. Hey Lindsey! Here is a link http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Quiche/ - I just use it as a guide line. You can change the cheese and toppings. Thanks so much for reading!

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