Menu Plan: Long, Hot Days

 

 

It’s been awhile since I shared a menu plan with you all!

 

As in many homes, the routine changes a bit over the summertime. Somehow, it feels like we both spend more time at home and spend more time flitting to gatherings. This just means the planning is different. I wind up making larger portions of supper for planned leftover for lunch. I plan to make pasta salads, desserts, and sides ahead of time for cookouts and parties and then I often schlep leftovers home and repurpose them into some other meal. It’s just the rhythm of the days!

 

It’s definitely been warm around here. Actually, it’s been about as hot and miserable as it gets in Connecticut and that looks a little something like this:

 

Connecticut Summer

 

 

If you’re thinking to yourself, “Seriously, JL? THAT’S what you complain about?”, the answer is: yes. This is what hot and steamy looks like in Connecticut, though it’s downright balmy compared to many states. Summer is our time, people. In winter? Life often sucks. But summer in New England is glorious! Let’s just say I’m looking forward to Wednesday… :)

 

In the meantime! Here’s what we’re eating this week…

you gotta eat

 

 

Sunday: 

B–Cereal, Applesauce, Milk (before 7:30AM Mass)

Brunch– Scrambled Eggs, Bagels w/ PB, Fruit

Mid-afternoon Snack– Cheese & Cinnamon Roll Bread

Pepperjack Pasta

D–A new “One Pot Wonder” version of Pepper Jack Pasta!

 

Monday: 

B–Chocolate Chip Muffins, Bananas, Milk

D–Chicken Lombardy

 

Tuesday: 

B–Cereal, Yogurt, Juice

D–Taking BLT Pasta Salad and Pizza to the lake to visit some friends at their campsite! Yay!

 

 

Wednesday: 

B–Egg Sandwiches, Apples, Milk

D–Cheesy Beans & Rice (date night!)

 

 

Thursday:

B–Bagels, Apples, Milk

D–Burgers, Corn, Pickles

 

 

Friday:

B–Cereal, Greek Yogurt, Bananas

D–Pizza – Large Sausage, Medium Mushroom

 

 

Saturday:

B–Migas w/ Guac, Fruit

D–Sweet & Sour Chicken Legs, Mixed Veggies, Rice

 

 

 

And that should do it!  

 

 

 

 

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