We don’t have as much going on this week. We don’t have anything planned for a few days, so that will be nice. We will just relax on those days.
Instead of assigning certain days to the meals, I’ve just listed them. I will carry it over to the next week if I don’t make a certain meal.
cereal, mini pancakes, Snickerdoodle muffins, graham muffins
Sandwiches (ham or peanut butter), left-overs
50’s Prime Time meatloaf with mashed potatoes
Hashbrown casserole with ham and sausage
Almost famous chicken sandwiches with waffle fries (Food Network Magazine – July/August 2010) – The sandwiches will be served on homemade hamburger buns.
**Crockpot Cantonese sweet and sour chicken served over rice
**Italian beef sandwiches on homemade hamburger buns with potato chips
(All meals will be served with green beans, mixed veggies, corn, or peas. We might even have a salad with the meals.)
*Carry-over from last week
**One of these will be served on Saturday. My sister was visiting and told me she would like one of those meals.
Many of these recipes are from a blog I found last week called Eat at Home. Tiffany has a lot of great recipes. She also creates menus with grocery lists for an entire week.
For more great meal plans, visit. I’m an organizing junkie.
Have a great week!!
4 thoughts on “Menu planning week of June 28”
thanks for your comment, but I’d like to eat dinner at your house this week! 🙂 Everything sounds delicious.
Thank you! Your meals sound yumy! I love sloppy joes.
That beef and pork meatloaf sounds yummy. I love meatloaf and mashed potatoes.
I ended up making mac’n’cheese with it. We hadn’t had that for a while so the boys asked for it and we ate mashed potatoes at my in-laws on Sunday night.
The beef and pork meatloaf was so good. I loved the glaze on it. This recipe is a keeper. Next time, I’m going to do the meatloaf and mashed potato combo because it is so good.