Sunday, March 7, 2010

Meal Plan 7th- 15th

Hamburgers with french fries
Baked Penne, broccoli, and krauter bread
Taco ring, mexican veggies
Spaghetti pie, bell peppers, and krauter bread
Nacho bake, mexican veggies
Chicken teriyaki with rice and asian veggies
Minute steaks (pork chops), knoedel (potato dumplings), and bell peppers
Cheesy Pasta with broccoli

Lunches: (only weekend is hot, other days sandwiches)
Tuna salad
Soup with grilled cheese

Breakfast: (only hot weekends, weekdays hubby doesn't east breakfast)
Flaky biscuits with country gravy, bacon, and eggs
German continental breakfast - rolls, wurst, cheeses

What's for dinner at your house?



Sonya said...

Tonight Im we're having chicken cor don bleu (there was a sale on them at the and Im making fried rice to go along with it and I added a ton of veggies to it.

Sarah said...

This is what we have lined up!

Shrimp Enchiladas, salad, fruit cocktail

Slow Cooker BBQ Beef Brisket, mixed veggies, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, cranberry sauce

Beef tacos, black bean and corn salsa, Spanish rice, salad

Veggie Quiche, tuna and noodle casserole, salad, dinner roll

Mom Cooks!

Take-out Pizza, salad

Lunch is always leftovers from the previous night's dinner. (super easy to just keep a to-go box on the dinner table and fill it up before we clear the table.) Plus it keeps me from over-eating because I know if I love something I can have it the next day for lunch!

Breakfast is usually a toasted English muffin sandwich with egg and cheese, or a high fiber granola bar and a banana.

Snacks include: baby carrots with hummus, sugar free chocolate pudding, or apple slices with a bit of almond peanut butter and honey.

Your taco ring sounds yummy. I might put that on the menu for the next week!

- Sarah K.

Lost in Translation said...

Sounds great Sarah.

That reminds me I need to make enchiladas. My dad send me some sauce packs and toni has never had them. He loved the taco ring today, so he is starting to warm up to mexican food lol. :)

I have wanted to make a quiche for a while, but have not yet found a simple and intimidating recipe, any suggestions. The ones I find tend to have totally obscure ingredients.

Did you make yours, or buy the pre-made ones? I have bought the pre-made ones a few times. Both frozen or fresh from the butcher. I made them from scratch before when I was little with my dad, I might have to try that again. But I am always terrible with stuffed meats. ha

Also, I wanted to ask, do you guys have soft brown sugar in Holland? They do not have anything that I can substitute for brown sugar here, the only kind I found was raw rock sugar and not anything like american brown sugar.


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