What to Cook for Dinner?
Happy Monday to you! I hope this week is starting out well and you have your meals planned for this week.
Having a meal plan can help you save money by not eating out. It can save you time because you’re not running to the store for an ingredient you need.
Don’t have your plan done yet? Scroll down to see what’s cooking at our house this week.
We’ll be enjoying soup twice this week. I’ll be making an easy and frugal batch of hamburger soup. At $.50 a serving, it’s hard to beat, plus we will have enough leftovers for at least two lunches.
Chicken pot pie soup is our second soup this week. I use pre-cooked chicken I’ve prepared for the freezer to make it easier to make. It’s a yummy way to enjoy pot pie in soup form. It’s so good.
We haven’t had my great grandma’s recipe for pork chops in a while. Since I picked up a pork loin while shopping and cut it into a bunch of pork chops, it’s a good time to enjoy this meal again.
I’ll be roasting potatoes alongside the pork chops for a quick baked meal.
You might also notice we’ll be having a salad for a side dish most nights this week. I prep everything for the week and so making a salad is simple to see how you can prep ahead salad for the week so you can eat more salads too.
What’s cooking at your house this week?
Here are our Meals for this Week,
Sesame Chicken, Rice, and Stir Fry Vegetables
Eggs, Sausage, Hash Browns, and Toast
Stromboli and Salad
Chicken Pot Pie Soup and Salad
Hamburgers and Baked Fries
Leftovers most days
Burritos, Salad, Chips, and Salsa
Tuna Sandwiches, Chips, and Fruit
Toast with Eggs
Pancakes, Eggs, and Sausage
Cinnamon Twist Scones, Eggs and Sausage
Do you need help planning your menu? Find my menu planning tips here with a free printable menu planner page and here for my frugal menu planning tips.
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