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Menu Plan- April 3rd-9th

Last week’s menu did not go as planned. Some weeks are just like that, but that is fine.

A menu plan gives me an idea of what we are having for dinner, but it is not set in stone. I can change it if I want or need to.

So, if you menu plan, give yourself a break once in a while and know that it is okay when the plan does not go as planned.

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Here is this week’s plan.


Birthday meal for daughter. Hamburgers, coleslaw, kettle chips, and chocolate cake (She eats gluten free so we will have gf choc. cake.)

sausage and potatoes, and salad

unstuffed peppers-These never got made a few weeks ago. If I can’t find peppers for a good price I will make something else.

breakfast for dinner

steak, spicy oven fries, and vegetables

spaghetti rice-New recipe that did not get made last week.

dinner at the in-laws

For more menu planning ideas see Menu Planning Mondays.

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. This looks delicious Lynn! Happy Birthday to your daughter 🙂 I’ve had that sausage and potato recipe bookmarked for a while now, going to try and get it into the plan this coming week 🙂

  2. I made the sausage and potatoes last night – my husband and I loved it…the kids didn’t like the chicken sausage I used. I will try kielbasa next time because they love it. This is such a simple but easy meal – I diced my potatoes earlier in the day and put them in a bowl of water and then after finishing my work, sliced the sausage and threw it in the oven – everyone was fed (with some adjustments as my kids didn’t like the sausage) before we ran off to various activities – thanks for the idea!

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