Weekly Meal Plan-4/2/12

Each week seems to get busier and busier.  I keep telling myself, I will get to that next week when it is a “normal” week, but what I would like to think is “normal” never happens.  Life is busy, crazy and good!  We didn’t get to go to dinner last week so we hope to this week (due to unforseen circumstances).  Each day it gets a little warmer and is nice to be outside with the kids!  Here is what is scheduled for this week:


Breakfast-Cereal, Fruit


Dinner-Baked Salmon, Steamed Potatoes, Broccoli, Salad


Breakfast-Breakfast Cake, Fruit

Lunch-Pinwheel Sandwiches, Deviled Eggs

Dinner-Crockpot Pork Chops, Rice, Steamed Veggies


Breakfast-Breakfast Casserole, Fruit, Banana Breakfast Cookies


Dinner-Beef & Broccoli Calzones, Salad (calzone recipe coming)


Breakfast-Omelets, Bacon,  Cinnamon Twists

Lunch- Homemade Mac N’ Cheese, Deviled Eggs

Dinner-Ham w/ White Sauce over Rice, Corn, Salad


Breakfast-Apple Struesel Muffins, Fruit


Dinner-Navy Beans W/ Pork, Veggie Sticks


Breakfast-Muffins, Fruit

Lunch-BLT Sandwiches, Baked Potatoes

Dinner-Green Bean & Sausage Casserole, Veggie Sticks (This recipe will be updated to exclude the organic cream of soups)


Breakfast-Scones, Fruit


Dinner-Anniversary Dinner (Bean Burritos for the kids)

What is on your menu for the week?

2 thoughts on “Weekly Meal Plan-4/2/12”

  1. Vonna-Thank-you very for your comments, no offense taken. I don’t make boxed macaroni and cheese though. It is homemade with whole wheat pasta, milk and cheese. So I feel okay with feeding it to my kiddos 🙂 I truly try to avoid most processed foods. To be honest, my children actually eat the most rounded of any children I know. They love beans (except black beans for my son) and almost every vegetable that we eat, brown rice as well! I will be sure to check out your site, it sounds great and I am always looking for new ideas!

  2. hi, I think that it is wonderful that you post meal plans as a way to share and motivate your readers. I have a comment though, but I hope that you don’t take it as a criticism. I see that you usually have some veggies at dinners, but lunches seem to be lacking healthier whole grains and veggies. Have you tried brown rice, salads, quinoa? things like this? I know how difficult it can be to get kids to eat like this, but I have lots of tips for getting your kids off the mac and cheese (processed foods) and enjoying healthier options like rice, beans, veggies, quinoa, millet etc. Thanks for your posts! I enjoy them!! ps. please check out my website and newsletter for tips, recipes, blog etc. my passion is helping moms to eat healthier, and helping families and kids 🙂

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