Sunday, May 24, 2009

Menu Plan Monday

Ok I have been so uninspired to menu plan for this week that I thought I would participate in Menu Plan Monday. This will hopefully get my bum in gear for feeding my family this week.

Breakfast- Banana Oatmeal
Lunch- Muffin Tin Lunch
Supper- Faux BBQ Chicken thighs, 7 layer salad, bread, rhubarb crumble. (company coming that night)

Breakfast- Toast and fruit salad
Lunch- Creamy corn potato soup
Supper- Beef dip and raw veggies and dip

Breakfast- Banana muffins
Lunch- Peabutter Sandwiches and apple slices
Supper- Beef enchiladas with rice

Breakfast- Oatmeal and apple sauce
Lunch- Tomato soup and crakers
Supper- Probably eating out as I have a meeting in the big city.

Breakfast- Fruit salad and toast
Lunch- Macaroni with hidden veggies and tomato sauce
Supper- Spaghetti pie and Cesar salad Bread with Vinegar and oil for dipping

Breakfast- Pancakes and bacon
Lunch- Grilled cheese and ham sandwiches
Supper- Shepherds pie

Breakfast- Out to a dear friend's house
Lunch- Leftovers
Supper- Nachos


Amy said...

I love that you posted your meal plan. Now I have some great ideas for lunches and suppers this week! Thankyou.

SilverMoon Dragon said...

I love that you posted Lunch and Breakfast! The Corn potato soup sounds yummy... just the thing for a miserable cold rainy day like it is here today. Welcome to MPM!

SilverMoon Dragon said...

lol. Yes, it is. A kangaroo sausage is a sausage made with kangaroo mince. It's 98% fat free, and so chock full of iron and other great stuff! It used to be hard to get, because Kangaroos are our national emblem, and you aren't supposed to sell your national emblem as eating food, but it's in all the supermarkets now, steaks, mince, sausages... even mini roasts!

Kelly said...

I actually came to your blog because of Gratituesday. Toast and furit salad for breakfast, how in the world is it that I never thought of that? Going on my menu for breakfast next week :o)

Rachel @ springpad said...

Looks like it's a good week to be eating in your house... the faux bbq chicken thighs and spaghetti pie sound especially delicious, yum! You should check out springpad's weekly meal planner - it's a great way to organize all of your menus and recipes, I think you'll really like it!

Tricia said...

Yummy! I really need to do this instead of scrammbling at 5 o'clock about what to make.

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