Menu Plan for the Week

Last week, on a whim, I decided to put together a bowl of Tammy’s Chicken Pasta Salad after breakfast.  It was a warm day, plus we had soccer games that evening.  I can’t tell you how grateful I was that I had quickly made this salad that morning.  Just before game time in the late afternoon, we all dished out bowls of salad, then headed out to the soccer field.  It was convenience food at it’s finest!  That meal is a perfect example of how you can”Eat Healthy and Save Time“.  :)

Tonight for High School Huddle, I decided to try a variation of these Oatmeal Butterscotch Chip Cookies.  I mixed up the recipe as directed, except I added chocolate chips instead of butterscotch chips.  Then, I spread the batter into a 9×13 inch baking pan and baked them for 25 minutes.  They were a hit!

Here is our menu for this week:

Sunday, April 29
Oatmeal, fruit
Church potluck:  Pizza casserole, butterscotch bars, mixed veggies
High school huddleItalian pasta bake, green beans, corn, french bread, oatmeal chocolate chip bars

Monday, April 30
Whole wheat waffles, raspberries
Bbq chicken sandwiches, green beans
Teriyaki chicken and vegetables with rice

Tuesday, May 1
Baked oatmeal cups, applesauce
Corn dog muffins, raw veggies with homemade ranch
Roast, potatoes, carrots, gravy

Wednesday, May 2
Cream cheese pastry, bananas
Bean dip with chips, tomatoes, oranges
Creamy crock pot chicken and rice, carrots

Thursday, May 3
Chocolate chocolate chip muffins, apples
Chicken veggie quesadillas, pineapple
Sloppy joes, ranch potato wedges, peas

Friday, May 4
Honey whole wheat bagels, oranges
Hamburger cream cheese dip, organic corn chips, fruit
Homemade pizza

Saturday, May 5
Scrambled egg sandwiches, clementines
Leftovers
Chicken noodle soup with carrots

Anything fun on your menu this week?

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Comments

  1. Nicole Stoddard says

    That salad is one my family had every week in the summer when I was growing up! Always a favorite. My mom even made it when we went camping. Delicious! I haven’t had it in years, so I think I know what’s going on the menu next week!

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  2. says

    The one thing I have on our menu this week is making PB&J “sushi” rolls. I think it might be fun! :)
    I’ll have to try the pasta salad you posted it looks yummy!

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  3. ~Misty says

    My kids love that pasta salad, I too have made it for years, we always add cheese, and sometimes use nitrate free salami instead of chicken, such a versatile yummy go to cold pasta!

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