This Week’s Menu Plan

Amish Baked Oatmeal for breakfast

After a number of busy weeks, we’re actually staying home a lot this week and have very few things on the calendar. I’m looking forward to getting to spend some extra time in the kitchen trying out some new recipes. Here’s our plan for the week:

Breakfasts
Amish Baked Oatmeal, bananas
French Toast Casserole (from the freezer), fruit
Cinnamon/Sugar Toasted Bagels, Pick-Me-Up Smoothies
Oatmeal Raisin Muffins, Scrambled Eggs, Berries
Cinnamon Roll Biscuits (using Homemade Baking Mix), fruit
Cereal
Whole Wheat Waffles (using Homemade Baking Mix), fruit

Lunches
Beef hot dogs, stuffed eggs, watermelon, corn
McDonald’s
PB&J, carrot sticks, strawberries
Beans & Rice with cheese, mixed vegetables, strawberries
Veggie omelet, fruit
Leftovers

Snacks
Watermelon Frosties
Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
Fruit/Veggies

Dinners
Breakfast Burritos, fruit salad
Meatballs, steamed veggies, wild rice, fruit salad
Southwest Rollups, steamed veggies, fruit salad
Italian Pasta Bake, Bread Machine French Bread, green beans, watermelon
Steak on the grill, steamed veggies, Bread Machine French Bread
Asian Barbecue Chicken, rice, steamed veggies, fruit salad
Homemade Pizza, fruit, Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

Freezer-Cooking-In-An-Hour Plan (I’ll share pictures/details on how this goes on Thursday!)
Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Chicken Stuffing Casserole
Corn Dog Muffins

What’s on your menu this week? Feel free to leave a link to your plan in the comments!

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Comments

  1. mrs. lynn says

    I really like baked oatmeal and was inspired buy your menu plan to make it again but I wanted to add a healthy twist to it. I’m an older “money-saving mom”, my youngest baby is 19. I’m at the time of life I need to make sure I am eating and adding the right kind of foods into my diet. I added two scoops of whey protein to the milk before I added it in to the mixture. I added 1/4 cup of flax seed meal with the oatmeal, and I added some walnuts. I cut back on the sugar and added some dried fruit. I used canola oil instead of butter. I’m also a preschool teacher and know that many kids would probably not like the nuts or be allergic to them and they may not like the dried fruit either. Just thought I pass along these ideas anyway. It’s never to early to develop healthy eating habits in our children’s lives.

  2. Amy says

    Crystal,
    Have you posted the Amish Baked Oatmeal freezer friendly recipe? I want to make them to put in the freezer but didn’t know if I needed to tweek the recipe. Thanks!

  3. Hollie says

    Thank you so much for devoting so much of your time and effort into your blog. Your blog has to be my favorite of all times. I’m a mother to an 18 month old and you inspire me beyond belief. Yesterday I made time for freezer cooking and you would have thought I was getting ready for a bake sale, haha. All of the recipes turned out fabulous! My daughter loves beans and rice. I performed a search on here and found a post of the various ways to eat on beans and rice for 1 week. I’m curious of which method your kiddos enjoy eating the most. Also, do you freeze the beans and rice recipe?