Monday, June 30, 2008

Menu Planning Monday: Back in the game!

I have not followed a menu in awhile due to having a new baby girl 2 weeks ago. We had so many people bless us with food after the baby was born, so I was able to get the rest that I needed. While it was a great blessing to have some time off, it feels so good to sit down and plan a menu again. I have been out of sorts and i'm ready to get back in the game. I'm feeling great and it's time to get things back in order.

What has me most excited is that for this weeks menu i'm only going to spend $40.00! That means lots of leftover money to spend on any great deals I find.

Monday: Waffles and fruit
Tuesday: Breakfast casserole--->just got this recipe from a friend!
Wednesday: Muffins and sausage
Thursday: Homemade cinnamon rolls
Friday: Pancakes and fruit
Saturday: Eggs, hashbrowns, and a meat
Sunday: Country ham and gravy over biscuits

Monday: Fried ham, homemade mac & cheese, and a veggie
Tuesday: Sandwiches and a veggie
Wednesday: Grilled chicken salad
Thursday: Grilled cheese sandwiches and fruit
Friday: Baked potatoes and vegetable plate
Sat and Sun: We either eat leftovers, or a salad, or sandwiches

Monday: Banana bread
Tuesday: Fruit
Wednesday: Homemade chocolate oatmeal cookies
Thursday: Veggie and cheese tray
Friday: Tortilla wraps---> Filled with peanut butter, banana, and/or honey

BLT's---->One of our favorite summer time treats!
French fries

Green beans

Cheesy baked casserole---->Thanks, Kate for this one. The kids love it!
Corn on the cob
Yeast rolls

Chicken pot pie

BBQ chicken
Baked beans
Potato salad
Homemade banana pudding--->With lots of bananas, nilla wafers, and cool whip. I love this dish!

Out to eat with family

Pork roast

For more great menus, head over to Heavenly Homemakers, where Laura is hosting Menu Planning Monday for this week.


Anonymous said...

Congrats on the new baby.

Laura said...

Congratulations on your new baby! She's beautiful! I know what you mean about being thankful for the food people bring over and the break from cooking...but also being grateful to be back in the swing of things again! I was always like that after having a baby!

Teresa @ A Life At Home said...

Thanks so much!

Kate said...

It is good to get back in the swing of things, isn't it? I'm glad you are feeling good, and so happy that Anna is doing good too.

Your menu sounds so yummy! I hope you'll have lots of willing helpers.

I'm so glad you all like the casserole. It is our kids' favorite!