Hi all! I hope everyone had a sunny weekend, I’m happy to report my legs are no longer pasty white! Here we are in June (my birthday month, yay!) and many of you have kids finished school and home for the summer already, wow! Around here the kids aren’t done until the end of June.
Thanks to each and every one of you that participate in Menu Plan Monday each week and are enjoying the benefits that weekly menu planning provides. I do know that some of you are still on the fence about the whole thing. Believe me when I say that I do not know how I ever got by WITHOUT menu planning and if I can do it anyone can. Really, truly. It’s that easy! For a step by step guide on menu planning basics I’d like to recommend to you the FREE Menu Planning Basics report put out by Menu Planning Central. If you are still trying to decide if menu planning is for you then this e-book will walk you through the benefits and process. Simply go to this page and provide your email address. In return they’ll email you a copy of their 13 page Menu Planning Basics e-book FREE. The best part is you get to keep the e-book as a valuable resource even if you chose not to buy their service. I am an affliate of this resource but the report is free and it’s great and there is no obligation to purchase anything else.
From last week’s menu our household really enjoyed the Ham ‘n’ Cheese Pasta (I also enjoyed how easy it was to make!) and Joy’s Yogurt Glazed Chicken was really yummy as well. I would definitely make them both again.
Okay so this week, hmmmm, let’s see:
Monday: Baked Deli Focaccia Sandwich served with tossed salad
Tuesday: Crispy Baked Chicken served with corn on the cob
Wednesday: Easy Italian Pasta Bake (I’ll add in some zucchini as well)
Thursday: Leftover buffet
Saturday: Taco Salad Bowls (these are soooo good!)
Sunday: If you can find it, you can eat it!
WHAT’S ON YOUR MENU?
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