Sunday, April 5, 2009

Meal Plan for the week

It looks like it will be a busy week in the kitchen despite the shorter week at home. There is a strong possibilities my toddler and I will be gone the week after Easter. I'm preparing some freezer meals just in case, so that my hubby won't have to worry about meals while we are gone. My breakfast selection is running low, so it's time to do more baking to keep up my supply of quick breakfast foods.

Freezer Meals:
Taco Meat
Chicken Pot Pies

We'll eat up the leftovers. I'm also hoping to make up some chex mix this week to send with my husband in his lunch and some basketball sugar cookies. I'm hoping my toddler can help with these cooking tasks. Lately I've been trying to involve him when I cook. It's helped me keep an eye on him and he loves it.
Monday: Vegetarian Stir Fry with a side of Sweet Potatoes & Fruit
Tuesday: Pizza Omlets, Corn & Steamed Broccoli
Wednesday: Chicken Parmesan Fingers Over Garlic Spaghetti, Salad & Steamed Broccoli
Thursday: Date Night! Hooray for a no cooking night!
Friday: Black Bean Quesidillas w/ salsa, chips and steamed mixed veggies
Saturday: Out of town
Sunday: We'll be enjoying Easter with my extended family. I usually bring the rolls, but I haven't found out what I need to bring. I'll post my dad's Baked Ham recipe on Thursday, it is very tastey. Our family enjoys a nice Easter meal followed by Strawberry Shortcake! I cannot wait! It seriously is one of my favorite meals of the year. There is much to love about Easter, but the great of all is the One who has Risen!
Check out other meal plans at Meal Plan Monday Headquarters over at Organization Junkie.
Happy Meal Planning!


  1. Your menu looks great~look forward to checking out your site. Enjoy your Easter meal!

  2. That apple cinnamon swirl bread looks delicious. I'll have to try making it. Thanks for sharing.

  3. MMM.....What time is the Apple cinnamon bread coming out of the oven? I bet it would make good french toast too!


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