Monday, January 7, 2008

Menu Plan Monday

**This is just a plan and plans have the ability to change at the cook's discretion! Last week's menus seemed to go a lot better esp. after Wednesday when dh went back to work after a long holiday. I was able to get some routine and schedule started again so this week should be relatively smooth! I am working at using freezer and pantry items this week.

Lunches listed are for the kids and I as dh usually takes dinner leftovers each day.

A special thanks to Laura-Organizing Junkie for hosting Menu Plan Monday! Need help with your menus, go check others out at Organizing Junkie's site!**

Breakfast: eggs, hashbrowns, cinnamon rolls, sausage links

Lunch: sandwiches and chips

Dinner: leftovers--turkey and gravy, rice, green beans, squash, and biscuits

Snack: snack basket

Breakfast: cereal, honeybuns or toast

Lunch: leftover tacos

Dinner: ham steaks, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, corn and rolls
Snack: yogurt

Breakfast: pancakes, sausage links

Lunch: sandwiches and chips

Dinner: Creamy Chicken, noodles, peas

Breakfast: cereal and toast

Lunch: leftovers

Dinner: Burgers, fries, and carrots

Snack: "mystery snack night"--this is baking day this week so I'll let them sample the goodies.

Breakfast: waffles

Lunch: Totino's pizza rolls

Dinner: baked chicken, potato pockets, and corn

Snack: "snack basket" or yogurt

Breakfast: bagels

Lunch: sandwiches and chips

Dinner: goulash(recipe below) and corn muffins(this meal was on the menu last week and didn't get done so it is on for this week!)
Snack: homemade chocolate shakes

Breakfast: "Cook's Choice"

Lunch: grilled cheese and canned soup

Dinner: roasted pork loin(recipe below), mashed potatoes, green beans and rolls
Snack: popcorn
Friday night Goulash
1# ground beef
1-28oz can of tomato sauce plus 1/2 can of water
1-2 tsp. chili powder
1/8-1/4tsp. yellow mustard
salt and pepper to taste
elbow macaroni or rotini, dry
brown the ground beef and drain the fat off. Add the tomato sauce, water, spices, and macaroni. Cook on med to low temp til the noodles are al dente/tender. Serve.
Roasted Pork Loin
Place a pork loin in the crockpot. Put just enough water in the bottom of the crock to cover the bottom. Sprinkle 1/2-1 pkg. of onion soup mix over the pork loin. Cook on low for 6-8 hours.


MJ said...

Looks like a good week. Thanks for linking the recipes.


Pioneering in PA said...

Sounds like a great week! I checked out your snack basket idea, I had one of those but never used it, so all of the snacks were tossed and outdated. Maybe I should start in again, so I don't have to hear the runts ask what they can have!

Mommychicky said...

I haven't had goulash is ages. Thanks for sharing. My menu is up here.