Menu Plan Monday- March 30- April 5


We're celebrating a birthday this week!  Maggie is turning 3, which means a trip to her favorite playground, meals of "white bread toast with a great deal of butter", lots of pink, and plenty of tiny things.  We've opted for family-only parties this year, which has taken most of the stress out of the birthday week, and (I think) is perfectly appropriate for a 3-year-old!  As for the rest of the week, it's pretty much business as usual!

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fruit served every day
English muffins
Sweet Heart Sweet Potato Biscuits



Crunchy Asian Ramen Noodle Salad (from Gimme Some Oven)
freezer burritos
garden salad
grilled cheese
French toast
yogurt, fruit, crackers


Blue Ribbon Granola Bars
German Soft Pretzel Sticks (from Caramel Moments)
fruit, yogurt, crackers


stir fry vegetables, rice, grilled chicken (for husband and Maggie), fruit
homemade pizza (for a birthday girl!), garden salad, fruit, Cherry Chip Cake (from Completely Delicious)
snack supper (cheese, crackers, carrots, cukes, hummus, fruit)
breakfast (pancakes, scrambled eggs, veggie sausage, fruit)
Twinkle Twinkle Little Soup, homemade bread, fruit

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What Can We Do With Paper And Glue: Menu Plan Monday- March 30- April 5
Menu Plan Monday- March 30- April 5
What Can We Do With Paper And Glue
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