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Menu Plan Monday, February 19th

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It’s been cold around here. I thought we were out of winter but we are having freezing temperatures this past week after a couple of months of beautiful 40 degree plus weather.

Menu plan with recipe links

With the cold weather rolling in again, I’ve been craving more comfort foods. So this week we will be having a soup as well as a few oven baked meals.

I’ve included a breakfast for dinner this week. Why? Because it’s cheap and easy to make.

And finally, we’ll be having hamburgers with homemade fries. I think my son could eat hamburgers every day of the week and never tire of them.

Here’s our menu for this week.

Our Menu Plan


Soup recipe chicken pot pie

Chicken Pot Pie Soup with Fruit

BBQ Meatballs, Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans

Teriyaki Chicken, Rice, and Vegetables

Omelets, Hashbrowns and Toast

Burritos, Salad, Chips and Salsa

Chicken Stir Fry with Rice

Hamburgers with Baked Fries


Leftovers most days

Snack Type Lunch, crackers, lunchmeat, fruit, and vegetables

Sandwiches, Chips, and Fruit


A freezer friendly breakfast sandwich recipe | Frugal Family Home

Toast and Eggs

Strawberry Chocolate Chip Muffins, Eggs and Sausage

Sausage Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches with Fruit

What’s cooking at your house 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.

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4 thoughts on “Menu Plan Monday, February 19th”

  1. My husband would eat pizza ever meal!

    I am curious about this Zaycon foods? I have never heard of it before. Are the prices cheap? What is the quality of the chicken? I want to raise a few chickens this summer because I want quality meat without having to pay for it at the store!

    1. Lydia, Zaycon Food has really good prices on boneless skinless chick breasts. I pay from $1.65 to $1.89 per pound depending on the sale. They sale the chicken in 40 pound boxes. It’s always fresh never frozen. The meat is good quality, better than the store but not free range chicken. I’ve always been happy with the quality.

      They also sell milk, bacon, ham, ground beef, hamburger patties, hot dogs, fish, peaches and I think strawberries. Their beef is pink slime free. It seems since I started with them two years ago they have been expanding the areas they serve. You can check out their website and see if they deliver to your area.

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