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Easy Dinners Menu Plan

We are to the end of the month. How did you do with making meal plans this month? Do you get one done each week?

And what do you have on your menu plan for this week? We are sticking to easy dinners and family favorites this week.

Menu plan with recipe links

This week we will be having hamburgers. No one will complain because hamburgers rate high on the requested list of dinners at our house.

I’ve planned soup for dinner again this week. It’s nice to have a warm bowl of soup at least once a week.

It’s filling and inexpensive too. I forgot to add a breakfast for dinner this week but I don’t think we will miss it.

Breakfast for dinner is another inexpensive meal that everyone at our house enjoys.

I’ll also be making a turkey pot pie. I have a couple of turkey soup kits left in the freezer and they work perfectly to make the filling for the turkey pot pie.

What’s cooking at your house this week?

Here’s what’s on our Menu for this Week,

Dinners

This turkey pot is the best. It's easy to assemble and turns out great each time.

Out to Eat

Hamburgers and Baked Fries

Italian Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, and Green Beans

Taco Soup, Salad, and Fruit

Beef Stroganoff, Salad, and Fruit

Grandma’s Pork Chops, Roasted Vegetables, and Broccoli

Turkey Pot Pie, Salad, and Fruit

Lunches

Leftover most days

Taco Potatoes, Salad, and Fruit

Chicken Pot Pie Soup, Fruit, and Carrot Sticks

Breakfast

Vegan Pancake Recipe

Toast with Eggs

Chocolate Chip Cinnamon Roll Biscuits, Eggs, and Sausage

Pancakes, Eggs, and Sausage

What’s cooking at your house this week?

Where to find more menu plan ideas for this week.

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3 thoughts on “Easy Dinners Menu Plan”

  1. Our neighborhood always has a chili potluck dinner on Halloween before the kids go out trick-or-treating. One less time I had to cook dinner…yay! (I did have to bring some corn bread, but that just took a minute to mix up).

    I also made a new-to-us recipe for sweet and sour chicken that was really good, and I have some good old standbys like spaghetti planned for the other nights.

    Hope you have a great week!

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