December meals

I can’t believe the year is almost over.  Before we know it, it will be Christmas, and then we will be ringing in 2011!

Week of December 1

  1. Swedish meatballs over egg noddles, veggies
  2. beef veggie soup, rolls
  3. sweet and sour chicken over rice, fortune cookies
  4. leftovers

Week of December 6

  1. Bacon and Parmesan Pasta, garlic bread or cheddar bay biscuits, salad (When I saw this recipe on Pioneer WWoman’sTasty Kitchen blog, I knew I needed to cook it for dinner.  My hubby and I agreed we are going to have this instead of spaghetti carbonara.)
  2. Potato soup, Depression Era bread (freezer), raw veggies
  3. Gingerbread pancakes, bacon
  4. chicken and dumplings
  5. Prime time meatloaf (refrigerator freezer), scalloped potatoes, veggies
  6. left-overs

Week of December 13

  1. Quesadillas (spelling) cheese soup, raw veggies,
  2. chicken in the crock pot, mashed potatoes, rolls, veggies
  3. 7-up pork chops, buttered noodles, veggies
  4. pizza and salad
  5. homemade hamburger helper, veggies, Easy Rolls
  6. leftovers

Week of December 20

  1. White castle sliders, chips or fries, veggies
  2. tomato soup (request from Wee One), grilled cheese sandwiches
  3. Waffle House waffles, hash browns smothered, covered, and chunked breakfast meat
  4. chicken nuggets, French fries, veggies
  5. Green beans with ham and potatoes (Christmas eve – It will be the two-year anniversary of her death.  This was one of the meals she cooked for us.  I think it would be a good way to remember her.)
  6. Christmas

Week of December 27

  1. lasagna, garlic bread, veggies, applesauce
  2. Mel’s Chili, cornbread, raw veggies
  3. orange chicken over rice, fortune cookies
  4. hoagies, leftover chips, and raw veggies
  5. New Year’s Eve – hors d’oeuvres
  6. New Year’s Day – Annual pork and sauerkraut dinner – (yummy!)

For more great meal plans, visit Mommy’s Kitchen.

One response to “December meals”

  1. It looks like you have a great month planned!

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