Sunday, September 30, 2012

Make A Move Monday: Back to Menu Planning


I am back to posting my weekly menu at Simply Made Home.  I had taken the summer off from posting plans .  I put together one large monthly plan that I reused each month.  I am working on my winter plan now.  It will include a lot more soups and warm comfort foods. 
 

Weekly meal plans have been requested again, and I aim to please.  (My husband thinks that it is quite odd when other people know what he is eating each week.)  When I stopped posting my meal plans I did get a little lazy and was not thinking ahead for lunch or side dishes.  Posting our meal plan will give me a chance to get back into that helpful habit.

This week is shaping up to be another busy week.  I don’t know about anyone else, but September was very busy for us.  There are a few more weeks of soccer and Bible study left so the craziness will continue into October! 

 

MONDAY

Breakfast: Pancakes

Lunch: Noodles and tomato sauce

Supper: BurgersOven baked fries and freezer corn

 

TUESDAY

Breakfast: Leftover Pancakes

Lunch: Turkey-lettuce wraps

Supper: Parmesan Tilapia, new bread recipe and green beans

 

WEDNESDAY

Breakfast: Eggs and Toast

Lunch: A little of this, a little of that-clean the leftovers out of the fridge!

Supper with Friends!  Honey Mustard Chicken and Biscuits

 

THURSDAY


Lunch: Turkey lettuce wraps with Grandma

Supper: Sausage Soup and Bread

 

FRIDAY

Breakfast: Baked Oatmeal

Lunch: PB& J and raw veggies with dip

Supper: Small Group

 

SATURDAY:


Lunch: Sausage Soup

Supper: Pizza

 

SUNDAY:

Breakfast: Granola (or cereal if the recipe I try this week is a bust!)

Lunch with new friends! Tacos

Supper: Popcorn Chicken and salad for some peas for others.


Meal planning is just one way to Make A Move toward a healthier home.  I would love to see what you are doing to Make A Move in your home!   Please read through the rules for those participating, and thanks for your participation.

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2) Keep things simple and healthy. Avoid recipes with "cream of x soup," processed cheese or corn syrup. Crafts are cool, but unless they help organize or simplify please don't link them.
3) Link back to Simply Made Home.This is common blog party courtesy. It also helps build the community of encouragement. Check out other’s posts and leave a comment! It is fun to hear from others.

2 comments:

  1. hey! those are my babies :)

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  2. I'm looking forward to lots of soups and warm comfort foods too now that the weather is getting cooler :)

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