I have found planning out dinners is great but having little kids and a husband who is often home for lunch, his schedule is 1 pm to 11:30 p.m., I really need to start planning out lunches as well. This is going to take some extra planning. I have found in doing this that we eat the same things a lot. And I am totally ok with this most of the time. I want to have at least 2 weeks worth of different meals to start out with. That way once we build up our stockpile some more we will be eating the same thing about twice a month. Which if you think about is not too bad.
Question for any of you that read this. What do you do for lunches?
Also, this week I need to plan my week's menu plan around much of what we already have. I spent more last week, on purpose, to stock up on case lot sale items. We also stocked up on diapers, So I have $30 to spend until next Friday. Wish me luck!
Thursday - Soup -
Friday - Italian -
Saturday - Mexican - Tacos and Spanish Rice and Refried Beans (Fancy Style)
Sunday - Breakfast for Dinner - Waffles with Apple Pie Filling and Eggs
Monday - Freezer Meal -
Tuesday - Chicken -
Wednesday - Quick Meal -
Thursday - Meatloaf and Potatoes
PB and J's, carrot sticks, and fruit snacks
Leftover Spaghetti Noodles (make special Pizza di Spaghetti)
Leftover Tacos, Rice, and Beans
Egg Salad Sandwiches, pickles, and chips
Cheese and Egg Sandwiches and Fruit
REFRIED BEANS (FANCY STYLE)
Take 2 cans refried beans, mix in some taco sauce, top with 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup cheddar cheese or taco blend cheese. And bake in casserole dish at 350 for 20-25 minutes.