A Week of Family Favorites

Three weeks ago, I shared a week of slow cooker meals.  Today I’m going to share a week of family favorites.

My family really enjoys 2 of the recipes.  Brown sugar ham causes the boys to run to the kitchen when it’s on the menu.  They really love that dish.  Since it’s close to Easter, ham should be going on sale.  I usually stock up on ham during the Easter season since I know the family would enjoy it.  If you do get a ham, you could put some of pieces of it in the potato soup.

The other meal that my family really likes is the breakfast for dinner.  I don’t make a hot breakfast so this is their chance to have pancakes, waffles, or French toast.

Hubby enjoys the other meals.  So I know with these meals, the family is going to be fed well.  They will also be happy with what I’ve served for dinner.

Click on the menu for a printable menu.Untitled drawing

So what about breakfast and lunches?  For breakfasts, I have two great resources on my blog.  You can visit 6 Easy Breakfast ideas or DIY Breakfast Edition.  If that doesn’t appeal to you, then toast and cereal are great options.

Lunch can be left overs or sandwiches such as peanut butter and jelly or ham and cheese.

What about dessert or a sweet treat for this week’s menu?  How about Homemade Shamrock Shake.  It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day so this is a good way to celebrate the holiday.  It’s one of the Imaginative’s One’s favorite sweet treats.  If you are looking for an alternative shamrock shake with less calories then check out Skinner Shamrock Shake.

Grocery List

Happy Eating,
Traci

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