This week’s menu

Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

Breakfasts

Granola bars
Cereal
Strawberry Pineapple Smoothies, oatmeal
Scrambled eggs, fruit salad
Waffles, scrambled eggs, fruit
Egg-in-hole, fruit
Granola, yogurt, and berry parfaits

Lunches

Waffles, scrambled eggs, fruit
Snack-y lunch
Leftovers
PB&J, carrot sticks, apples, granola bars
Hard-boiled eggs, toast, fruit
Beans and rice, veggies
Lunch out

Snacks

Fruit/veggies
Chewy Granola Bars
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins
Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

Dinners

Build Your Own Haystacks
Homemade pizza, tossed salad, fruit salad
Chicken and veggie stirfry, muffins, fruit, veggies
Potato Veggie & Beef Hash, Easy Whole Wheat Bread, fruit salad
Steak, sweet potatoes, fruit salad, steamed veggies
Dinner with extended family x 2

What’s on your menu this week? Share details and/or your link to your menu plan in the comments.

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    • Jennifer says

      Thank you for posting your menu! I see lots of Gluten-Free options my kiddos will enjoy in your post :-)

      • says

        Oh, good! I think I “accidentally” have begun eating more gluten-free. A friend from church is on a GF diet and mentioned the same thing a while back. We do eat gluten, but it has become limited. I am hoping to begin making things with more nut flours and such, too. Saving up for a Vita-mix, too. Heard those were good for grinding flours.

  1. says

    I love the new freezer cooking series. Thank you so much…very appropriate for right now. I’m switching the breakfast and dinner weeks though…I had already planned to freeze dinners this week, but for dinner week I will do breakfasts :)
    Here is our menu for the week…despite the non-subsiding cankles and sore feet that will be here until baby #2 arrives in 3 weeks, I managed to freeze three different meals. Yay!
    http://www.savemoneylivejoyfully.com/2012/04/weekly-menu-april-30-may-5-2012.html

  2. Shelly says

    I love the new freezer cooking series, thank you it’s motivating me to start trying! Do you happen to have a non bread machine recipe for the cinnamon rolls?

  3. says

    This week I am making salmon patties which I have not made for a while so they sounded really good. We are also having some herb rubbed steak one night and chicken fajitas another night.

  4. says

    One of my goals this week is to have dinner at home every night – we’ve been eating out too much.

    On the dinner menu this week: boxed chicken bake (we were running late for dinner, hubby’s request!), chicken pasta spinach bake, tacos, chicken pot pie, cowboy spaghetti.

  5. Jennifer says

    I would just like to THANK all you wonderful ladies for posting your Gluten-Free menus! This will make life SO much easier for me! For whatever reason, menu-planning is something I can never quite “get” right! Have a great rest of the week :-)

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  7. Lisa S says

    chicken marsala, noodles, broccoli http://www.landolakes.com/recipe/1017
    lasagne cups, salad, bread http://www.cozi.com/live-simply/recipes/lasagna-cups
    lemon chicken asparagus orzo
    homemade pizza, salad (crystal’s dough recipe of course!)
    lawnmower tacos http://lifeasmom.com/2010/06/freezer-cooking-with-ground-beef-and-turkey.html
    moo shu pork wraps (latest family fun magazine)
    ribeye, potatoes, corn, rolls

    but i just now realized cinco de mayo is this week so might have to do fancier mexican like fajitas or fish tacos. plus my freebie rachel ray magazine just arrived yesterday so i might have to alter some of my months plan is there are some fun new recipes.

  8. Midwesterner says

    Breakfasts: Eggs: in tortilla with salsa & cheese; scrambled with chives from our garden over small baked potato; in toasted sandwich thin with bacon bits & shredded cheese. Cereal with fresh strawberries. English muffin with Peanut butter and black cherry jam.

    Lunches: leftovers, lunch out, lunch with family

    Dinners: Harvest beef stew (using canned fruit) served with Naan bread
    http://www.food.com/recipe/harvest-day-beef-stew-103149
    Toaster oven 20-minute turkey chimichangas, using salsa in place of the adobo chipotle chiles
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/smoked-turkey-baked-chimichangas-recipe/index.html

    Pulled pork and rice pilaf from Rachael Ray Sept 2011 One Month of Make Ahead Meals
    http://www.rachaelraymag.com/food-how-to/grocery-shopping-tips/one-month-of-make-ahead-meals-grocery-list/grocery-list