Welcome to Menu Plan Monday!
Hi friends, I’m back! I was away for two weeks visiting family in Ontario. The first week we spent with my entire side of the family at a beautiful cottage on the lake. It’s the same cottage we went to last year. It’s big enough to hold all 12 of us with a lot of space for all the cousins to run around together. I also got to escape all the rain we had been getting in Alberta for the hot hot temps in Ontario. That was absolutely delightful. I love the sunshine so much as you can see, ha!
Isn’t this cottage gorgeous? It sure was hard to leave!
Now it’s back to getting my menu plan done. With all my kiddos home for the summer menu planning takes forever. Trying to find something that not only pleases everyone but keeps in mind my son’s food allergies and my Paleo diet is hard work. Once my plan is done though I don’t have to worry about it for the rest of the week. It makes pushing through and getting it done so worth it. Whew!
Hope you are all having a terrific summer so far. Here’s what we’ll be eating for dinner this week.
My Weekly Menu Plan:
Monday: Healthy Chicken Alfredo with Spaghetti Squash (I’ll use ham instead)
Tuesday: Mostly Veggie Steak Stir Fry
Wednesday: One Pan Crispy Chicken Thighs with roasted vegetables
Thursday: Leftover buffet
Friday: Pizza Party Friday Night with 5 minute homemade pizza dough and for me Paleo Omelette
Saturday: Easy Bunless Burgers
Sunday: YOYO (you’re on your own!)
Have a wonderful week everyone!!
WHAT ARE YOU EATING THIS WEEK? SHARE RECIPES AND MENUS BELOW!
Menu Plan Guidelines, banner selections and recipe helpers are here.
More awesome recipes on my Pinterest boards here.
Don’t forget to join our growing Menu Plan Monday Facebook Page!!
My favorite menu planning resource (affiliate link):
- *Please note that affiliate links are included in this post to make it easier for you to find what is being referenced. A small commission is made should you purchase product using these links, but this is at no extra cost to you. As always, any and all opinions are genuinely my own – or the author, in the case of posts by my guest contributors. Thank you!*