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Menu Plan {January 22nd-28th}

Last week’s menu plan did not go as planned. We actually had a quieter and slower than normal week, which is why I think the plan did not go as planned. I was at home most days and had plenty of time for cooking and experimenting in the kitchen, so on several days I ignored the plan and made something else.

But that is the thing about a menu plan, it is just a plan. It is not set in stone and can easily be changed if you don’t have time or don’t feel like making what is on the plan.

Here is this week’s plan and I hope that I stick to it better than last week.


coconut baked oatmeal- pictured above and I will shared the recipe Friday

boiled eggs and toast

homemade granola

yogurt and muffins

pancakes- new recipe I hope to share soon on my allergy site


homemade Panera Broccoli soup -I will try to share how I make this gluten free soon.

Asian meatball soup – new recipe

breakfast for dinner- french toast, sausage, and fried apples

twice baked taco potatoes

egg drop soup and pork fried rice

steak and quick baked potatoes


For more menu planning ideas see Menu Planning Mondays.



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  1. Brandette says:

    I just wanted to say thank you. I have been following your site since last year and have found many, many kitchen tips and fabulous recipes. I have been on a mission to feed my family healthier food options, but not go crazy about making EVERYTHING homemade. We have our 1st baby, so time is of the essence most days and it becomes way to stressful to make absolutely everything from scratch. I love that you share the recipes your family loves that still include premade things like hard taco shells, boxed pasta, etc. I appreciate it. I love that your recipes are kid and family friendly, yet easy and quick. I need this! So, thank you so much.

    • Thank you, that is very kind of you. I am glad that you enjoy my recipes and ideas. I am busy like everyone else and it really is like a look into my kitchen. I use shortcuts and save time when I can. Thanks for reading!

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