Menu Plan Monday- October 19- 25


Some days I just can't believe that my children seem to want eat at least 3 times every single day!  And that means that I have to have something to feed them!  Just kidding-- feeding my family is one of my favorite things.  That doesn't mean it's always easy, but I do find a satisfying joy in it.  It does help to have a plan, so here's what's cookin'.

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fruit served every day
pancakes (from the freezer)
toast and jelly
pumpkin muffins (from the freezer)

bean and rice burritos (from the freezer)
Crunchy Ramen Asian Salad (from Gimme Some Oven--this was on my menu last week, but I ended up not making it until Sunday, so I'll be eating it this week)
garden salad
sunbutter and jelly sandwiches
French toast
fruit, cheese, crackers

Halloween Snack Mix (post coming soon!)
cheese and crackers
cereal bars
deviled eggs

Easy Cheessy Baked Ravioli
stir fry and rice
homemade pizza
breakfast (waffles, scrambled eggs, yogurt, hash potatoes, fruit)
Trader Joe's vegetable dumplings

To read more about my menu planning strategy, you can check out this post about why I menu plan, and this post about the details of how I plan our menu each week.


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What Can We Do With Paper And Glue: Menu Plan Monday- October 19- 25
Menu Plan Monday- October 19- 25
What Can We Do With Paper And Glue
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