Menu Plan: 1/15 – Yogurt Overfloweth


I scored plain yogurt for 59 cents a quart recently, so I have a LOT of it!  It’ll be showing up a lot this week and I’ll likely do some baking for the freezer with it too.  While I enjoyed the process of making it, I can’t make it for that price!  (Funny thing?  If I layer plain yogurt with fruit– like a parfait– my kids call the yogurt “frosting”.  They really WILL adjust to plain, unsweetened yogurt if you start early and often enough! ;))


Here’s what’s hittin’ the table around here:



Breakfast- Cereal, Yogurt, Juice

Lunch-Ham, Egg, & Cheese Bagel Sandwiches (on onion bagels– I LOVE onion bagels!)

Dinner-Sunday Supper at Bama & Papa’s

B-Raspberry Chocolate Chip Oatmeal, Milk
L-Homemade Chicken Soup, Cheese Pizza, Fruit, Water (Daddy’s home, so this is a more abundant lunch than is typical!)
D-Spinach Tortellini Alfredo w/ Lobster and Mushrooms (Oh, be still my heart– I can’t WAIT!)


B-Yogurt Coffee Cake w/ Streusel, Applesauce, Milk
L-Egg Salad Sandwiches, Clementines, Pretzels, Water
D-Carnitas Soft Tacos w/ Lettuce (from the freezer)

B-Coffee Cake, Yogurt, Juice
L-Egg Salad, Crackers, Clementines, Pretzels, Water
D-Hot & Sour Peanut Noodles w/ Chicken & Broccoli


B-PB Raisin Toast, Milk
L-Buttered Macaroni & Carrots, String Cheese, Water
D-Tomato Soup, Italian Cheese Bread


B-Smoothies, Toast
L-Cheesy Beans & Rice, Raisins, Water
D-Sausage and Mushroom Pizza


B-Ham and Cheese Biscuit Sandwiches, Fruit
L-Spaghetti, Carrot Sticks, Water
D-Hash Brown Casserole (I’m going to attempt making Tater Tot Casserole using hash browns on top.  We’ll see!)
Cream sauces and soup are showing up this week– this is the coldest snap we’ve had so far in New England!  How’s the weather in your neck of the woods?


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4 comments to Menu Plan: 1/15 – Yogurt Overfloweth

  • The “feels like” temperature over here is -38C (about -37F). The gauge says its -25C (-13F) without the wind chill. It is freezing!!! Lots of stews, soups and chili’s happening on the menu this week over here.

  • Courtney

    Yum! And what a deal! I freeze yogurt smoothies into popsicles for my kids, either in popsicle containers or fun ice cube shapes (from an Ikea set). Plain yogurt can freeze and defrost, but the consistency is “off,” so you won’t be able to do it plain after defrosting.

    We eat a lot more frozen yogurt than soups here in Houston, where it’ll be 75 tomorrow.

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