This month’s menu plan was easy. Jason’s gone for the first two weeks, so I can skimp on recipes a little to save money. Then he’s home for a week before we’re gone for the last two weeks to spend the holidays with our families in California.
Breakfasts: Cold cereal, waffles, oatmeal, toast.
Lunches: Grilled cheese sandwiches, turkey/ham sandwiches, tuna sandwiches, quesadillas, mac & cheese.
Tuesday, 1st: Spaghetti & Garlic Bread
Wednesday, 2nd: Chicken Noodle Soup
Thursday, 3rd: Tacos & Fruit
Friday, 4th: Eggs, Sausage, & Cinnamon Rolls
Saturday, 5th: Garlic Pepper Chicken, Corn, & Mashed Potatoes
Sunday, 6th: Beef Chili (never tried this before) & Cornbread
Monday, 7th: Chicken Pot Pie Soup
Tuesday, 8th: Homemade Pizza (never tried this either)
Wednesday, 9th: Orange Chicken & Fried Rice
Thursday, 10th: Potato Soup
Friday, 11th: Hamburgers & Tater Tots
Saturday, 12th: Cheesy BBQ Chicken, Rice-a-Roni, & Carrots
Sunday, 13th: Pot Roast, Baked Potatoes, & Corn
Monday, 14th: Chicken Noodle Soup
Tuesday, 15th: Tacos & Fruit
Wednesday, 16th: Italian Pork Chops, Mashed Potatoes, & Baked Apples
Thursday, 17th: Spaghetti & Garlic Bread
Friday, 18th: Eggs, Sausage, & Cinnamon Rolls
Saturday, 19th: Homemade Pizza
Sunday, 20th – Saturday, January 2nd: Driving cross-country & holidays in California!
Thanksgiving at our house last week was really great. I still have leftover turkey and mashed potatoes which we’ll probably polish off for lunch soon. I took some photos of our table with all of the food spread out. Every single thing on the table was homemade except for the cranberry and apple sauces. That was a big undertaking for a girl who’s never made a full Thanksgiving meal before, but Jason helped a lot and we pulled it all together. Our meal was delicious and I was so happy.