I went to walmart and purchased a blank magnetic calendar, I then labled it with the month and days, and put the meals on there, I find it easier to do this for me and my family, so they know what is coming up....they are feeling the changes in my kitchen.
Pounds lost: 15.2
Fitness Minutes: (72,727) Posts: 1,393 1/15/11 9:03 P
LOL I am notorious for throwing a screw into the works sometimes too. I agree, I would love it if the meal planner went for two weeks, then I would not need to keep track of the menu plans on my calender then add them to my meal planner each day.
Pounds lost: 8.0
Fitness Minutes: (72,727) Posts: 1,393 1/15/11 9:33 A
It is easier for me to budget and make a menu plan based on two weeks instead of one. Here is the next two weeks worth of dinner meals.
Saturday- best Life Broccoli mac 'n cheese Sunday- Slowcooker beef dip with steamed veggies Monday- Slowcooker poached salmon with veggies and rice Tuesday- tonight is our Church Life group new year start off and I am bringing a Thai Noodle salad, a recipe I got off spark. For our Thai night. Wednesday- Beef and Broccoli stir fry on a bed of rice Thursday- Slow cooker ham and scalloped potatos, served with fresh steamed veg. Friday- Seafood lasagna Saturday- French Onion soup with salad for moi and grilled cheese for huby and the girls Sunday- Garlic Rosemary Roasted chicken with mash potatos corn and gravy Monday-Tuna Casserole in slow cooker Tuesday-Chicken vegetable soup, made from left over chicken and stock made from the bones left over from Sunday. Wednesday- Skillet Lasagna Thursday-Honey Garlic Pork Chpes, with rice and steamed veg.
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