Sunday, January 8, 2012

Menu Monday, December 26

Photo source:  Mike Weissenborn
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas!  Ours was really great this year, filled with a few new traditions that I'll be sure to share with you at the beginning of next year's Christmas season.  How about you?

This week, we have a break from home schooling.  The kids and I have been looking forward to it and plan to use the time to relax, visit with friends and get ready for the new year.  I'll be posting more on that later.

Our traditional day after Christmas takes us shopping.   Reilly and Dane were blessed to have received some money as Christmas gifts and are looking forward to heading out and seeing what deals they can find on things they may have wanted, but didn't get for Christmas.  I normally despise going shopping but have to admit that now that the kids are getting older, it can be pretty fun.

In the meantime, I hope this menu helps to take the stress off of meal planning for you and allows you to enjoy this last week of 2011!
Breakfast – Oatmeal w/ peaches
Lunch – Leftovers
Dinner – Ham & bean soup, green salad,
Breakfast – Fried eggs, zucchini bread, oranges
Lunch – Leftovers
Dinner – Ham & corn frittata, hash browns, fruit salad 
Breakfast – French toast with applesauce and maple syrup
Lunch – Leftovers
Dinner – Beef enchiladas, Spanish rice, green salad
Breakfast – Oatmeal w/ raisins
Lunch - Leftovers
Dinner -  Fresh fish, oven-roasted potato wedges, green beans
Breakfast – Scrambled eggs, cinnamon bread toast, grapes
Lunch – Bean & cheese tostadas, raw veggies & fruit
Dinner – Hamburgers, homemade french fries, green salad
Saturday, New Year's Eve:
Breakfast – Soaked whole wheat waffles w/ strawberries, maple syrup, sausage
Lunch – Homemade summer sausage, cheese, raw veggies & fruit
Dinner – White chicken chili, cornbread, green salad
Sunday, New Year's Day:
Breakfast – Soaked whole wheat pancakes, orange slices, bacon
Lunch - Leftovers
Dinner – Grilled steak, baked potato, green salad, mock frozen yogurt

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