"" Three Ladies and a Dad: Menu Plan Monday

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Menu Plan Monday

This is our menu for this week. I am going to try to stick to it as closely as possible, but with packing, getting boxes all over town and looking at houses to buy for now, it is a bit hard, to say the least. (Can you say run-on sentence?)

The plan for the next couple of weeks will be fast, simple meals. My kitchen is packed up, with four large plates, 4 bowls and two kids plates left out. We are using plastic utensils (So not green, I know. But we re-wash them!). I packed up most of my pots and pans, but left just a few out. If you have any suggestions for recipes that are fast and easy, please feel free to share. I still have my crock pot out too. Crock pot meals would be great from here until moving day.

Monday: Chicken, Veggie and Rice Casserole (So easy and soooo good.)
Tuesday: Shepard's Pie
Wednesday: Spaghetti and Homemade Garlic Bread (Taking the day off to pack. All day. With a friend! :))
Recession Noodles (Using turkey breast 'ground beef'.)
Friday: Italian Style Chicken Skillet and a veggie
Saturday: Out to dinner
Salsa Chicken, rice and a veggie

Snacks: Yogurt, Graham Crackers and Bananas

Need some recipe ideas? Go to Laura's for more Menu Plan Monday.
Want to start Menu-Planning? See the details here.


Jess @ NBP said...

Yummy and adding you to my blog roll here.

Amanda said...

mmm looking yummy!

Mrs. Dirnberger said...

We will have to discuss Obama more tomorrow! I wish I could keep a menu plan going like you do..I should be better at this for sure!!!

I would watch your girlies anytime, they can walk and talk so we would do all kinds of fun stuff!

Shynea @ Penny Pinching Diva said...

Your menu sounds really good this week. Especially the Salsa Chicken. I am definitely going to have to try that one.

Raelene said...

Delicious Menu!

Kin said...

Crock pot meals are the best. I do all my roasts in there now which is another option, plus gives leftover meat for sandwiches!

Thanks for the link to the recession noodles too, that's brilliant.

Heather said...

Sounds delicious. The recession soup sounds like something that even my two picky-eaters would enjoy. Thanks.