Menu Plan: Monday Prep to Save the Week

 

More activities join the pack this week! Church school for two kids, I’m teaching a class (to prepare for First Holy Eucharist– SO excited about that!), chorus, plus a curriculum night, and a new bible study. It is a busy, busy season, but it’s fun. We’ve got another couple weeks before cello and orchestra join the mix, so I’m appreciating the gradual “ease-in.”

 

I did a ton of prep on Monday morning for this week’s menu plan and I’m trying not to shop very much. I snagged a gallon of milk, a pound of butter, coffee, and some eggs (total: $11.50) on the way home from last night’s curriculum night and I’m really hoping to make that work, at least until the end of the week.

 

Here’s the plan!!

you gotta eat

 

 

 

Sunday: 

B–Rice Krispies, Apples, Milk ( before 7:30AM Mass)

Brunch–Bagel Sandwiches, Bananas

D–Baked Penne w/ Sausage, Mushrooms, Onion, and Provolone; Broccoli

 

Monday: 

B–Egg Wraps, Apples, Juice (I was out of milk by then!)

D–Beef Fajita Soft Tacos, Salad

 

Tuesday:

B–PB Toast, Greek Yogurt, Juice

D–French-y Chicken Drumsticks, Cheesy Rice w/ Broccoli

 

 

Wednesday: 

B–Bagels, Apples, Milk

D–Ginger Soy Shrimp w/ Carrots & Broccoli over Rice

 

 

Thursday:

Simple Egg Wrap

B–Egg Wraps, Oranges (on the road! Chorus starts EARLY…)

D–Tomato Soup, Cheese Bread

 

 

Friday:

B–Cereal, Apples, Milk

D–Lg. Sausage Pizza, Med. Cheese Pizza

 

 

Saturday:

B–Breakfast Skillets (my family was thrilled to see potatoes on sale again, finally!)

D–Hot Dogs, Baked Beans, Pickles

 

 

 

And that should do it! What’s hittin’ YOUR table this week?

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2 comments to Menu Plan: Monday Prep to Save the Week

  • Heather

    So what are “French-y” drumsticks? My friend has been doing drumstick meals too. I’m thinking this could be a cost cutter.

    • I fear this “recipe” might be a disappointment, Heather. I basically put a package of drumsticks in the slow cooker and cover them with some French dressing, onion flakes, and tarragon. That’s it. They turn out juicy, tender, and a little sweet and herbal. The skin itself is MUSH, so if you have skin-eaters, it’s not a good method. But, for everyone else, it’s easy and effective!

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