Get the holiday planner for free.

Menu Plan Monday, December 10th

Find a few good slow cooker meal ideas and more on this week’s meal plan…

Menu plan with recipe links

 

Christmas is coming, we’re only a couple of weeks away from the big day. Are you ready?

I’m working on making Christmas cookies and candy this week. Since I’ll be doing extra baking, our menu plan is fairly simple with easy to make meals.

I also be using the slow cooker a couple of times this week. I love how easy it is to make a meal in it.

We will be making a couple recipes from Budget Bytes this week.

The ham and bean soup looked so good. We made it a few times and it turns out great each time.

We are also fond of asian inspired food too, so I’m making the Chicken Yakisoba. Have you made it before? It’s one of our favorite quick and easy meals. 

Here’s what’s cooking at our house this week

Dinners

An easy recipe for slow cooker split pea soup. It’s quick to get started in the crock pot in the morning on a busy day. Then come home to a delicious meal. It’s also weight watchers friendly when made with lean ham. Come give this recipe a try.

Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup, Garlic Bread, and Fruit

Chicken Yakisoba and Fruit

This cranberry pork roast recipe is great for everyday and holiday dinners too | Frugal Family Home

Cranberry Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes, and Salad

Pork Quesadillas (using leftover pork), Salad, Chips and Salsa

Freezer recipe for chicken

World’s Best Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, and Corn

Tuna Patties, Rice, Homemade Tartar Sauce,  and Broccoli

Ham and Bean Soup, Garlic Bread, and Fruit

Lunches

Leftover most days

Homemade Chicken Tender Sandwiches and Fries

Soup and Sandwiches

 

Breakfast

I love how easy these cinnamon twist scones are to make. They are as easy to mix up as biscuits, but turn out looking so fancy. Great for breakfast or brunch when company is coming over. They are also a frugal breakfast recipe costing only $.10 each. My family gobbles these up every time I made them.

Toast, Eggs and Oatmeal

Pancakes, Eggs and Sausage

Cinnamon Twists, Eggs and Ham

What’s on your menu for this week?

Where to find more menu plan ideas for this week.

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.

This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support.

Try $5 Meal Plan Today!

Start my free trial

Find more menu plan ideas at Org Junkie too.

Sharing is caring!

3 thoughts on “Menu Plan Monday, December 10th”

  1. I’m not nearly as ready for Christmas as I’d like to be. I need to make some real progress this week. Your pork roast recipe sounds delicious.

  2. We’re going to have a couple of special meals this week. David wants Chick-fil-A for his 1st transplant birthday meal. Yes, we’re celebrating! 🙂

    And my daughter, Elisabeth, is turning 3-years-old. I’m not sure yet what she wants to eat, but I’ll be asking her soon. We typically let the birthday person choose a birthday breakfast and then a birthday lunch or dinner. We usually make the meals at home, but David wants to eat out… so to Chick-fil-A we’ll go on Thursday!

    1. Sandra, I would be celebrating too. It’s something to really celebrate. 🙂

      We used to have a Chick-fil-A here, years ago, like when I was in high school, but they closed down. Now I think the nearest one to us is in Idaho. I’ve heard rumors we might be getting a new one soon. Then we can try them out. I don’t think I’ve ever ate there.

      We do the same for birthday’s here to. Everyone get to pick their special meal and we have family over to celebrate with a meal and dessert. Hope you all have a great time at Chick-fil-A!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *