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Menu Plan Monday, December 21st

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Can you believe we are just a few days away from Christmas! I know my son is getting really excited for the big day. This week we will be having easy to make meals. Then on Christmas eve, we will have our traditional snacky dinner. A snacky dinner is a combination of crackers, cheese, meats, vegetable sticks and fruit slices. It’s something we’ve been doing for years and something that my mom did when I was a kid. It makes for a super easy dinner for me and my whole family loves it too.

Here’s our menu plan for this week, 

Dinners

Making hamburger at home not only saves money but they taste so much better too.

Hamburgers with Baked Fries

Chicken Artichoke Casserole over Egg Noodles with Salad

Pan Fried Pork Chops with Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans

Soft and Crisp Tacos, Refried Beans, Salsa with Chips, and Fruit

Snacky Dinner (crackers, cheese, meat, veggie sticks, and fruit)

Ham, Twice Baked Potatoes, Salad, and Rolls

Ham and Bean Soup, Rolls, and Salad

 

Lunches

Leftover Most Days

Homemade Soup from Turkey Soup Kit with Butter Dips

Ham Sandwiches with Chips and Fruit

 

Breakfasts

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Toast and Eggs

Waffles, Eggs, and Sausage

Caramel Sticky Buns, Eggs, and Sausage

I would love to hear what’s cooking at your house this week! Please scroll down and leave me a comment with your menu plan below.

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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.

Find more menu plan ideas at Org Junkie too.

 

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3 thoughts on “Menu Plan Monday, December 21st”

  1. We do the same thing on Christmas Eve…a snacky dinner! It’s fun to try a bunch of different finger foods, plus you don’t have to cook a big dinner two days in a row.

    This year I tried a new appetizer called Sausage Balls, and they were delicious! I think they might become a new yearly addition to the Christmas Eve feast 🙂

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