Weekly Meal Plan: 12/10-12/17

It was 70 degrees on Sunday and yet today we are expecting snow flurries!  It will be fun for the kids to watch if we get some snow.  It will not stick but this will be the first flurries of the year so we are excited!

This week we are searching out Brazilian recipes to celebrate our studies of Brazil in our Little Passport studies.  If you know of any that are simple, be sure to send them our way!  We will be sharing more about our studies very soon.

So this is what we are having this week:


Breakfast: Baked Oatmeal, Bake Apples
Dinner: Bunless Cheeseburgers, Oven Fries, Salads


Breakfast: Breakfast Burritos, Fruit
Dinner: Spaghetti, Cucumbers, Carrots & Celery


Breakfast: Coconut Muffins, Bananas
Dinner: Chicken Parmesan, Leftover Noodles, Broccoli


Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Grapes
Dinner: Homemade Corndog Muffins, Green Beans


Breakfast: Breakfast Cookies, Fruit Smoothies
Dinner:  Homemade Pizzas, Salads


Breakfast:  Applesauce Strusel Muffins
Dinner:  Bean Burritos, Rice, Vegetable Sticks


Breakfast: Breakfast Burritos, Fruit
Dinner:  Grilled Steaks, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Roasted Brussel Sprouts

 A New Discovery!

I did come across a new site this week that I am really excited about full of Asian food recipes.  It will be so helpful when we start to cover the Asian countries in our Little Passports geography studies.  I love that all of the cooking recipes are categorized by meal types, ingredients, special events, and even dietary considerations for those with special needs.

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This is such a cool idea that looks so simple!  We will be trying these hard-boiled penguin eggs when we study about our cold weather countries.


Another cool feature on Asian Food recipe is that they have some pretty cool Free party printables that you can download.  I like this purse template that I think would be an adorable goodie bag!  To help make it a little easier, they also have a YouTube channel with so many amazing how-to videos (129 to be exact) for fun recipes and goodies.  I love that they also have a fun Bento line of recipes to help add some diversity and fun to your little ones lunches.  Who would love to open their lunch and find a Hello Kitty macaroon?

If you are looking for some fun inspiration for a food recipe, be sure to check out AsiaFoodRecipe.com.  If you visit them on their Facebook page, you have a chance to enter to win some pretty cool Hello Kitty kitchen goodies right now.  I can’t wait to share what we make with you on our Little Passports World Expedition journey!

I can’t wait to see what this week has to hold.   So what is on your meal plan this week?

This is a sponsored post.  All opinions expressed are as always, 100% my own. 

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