Weekly Menu-April 1-6, 2012

Breakfast Cookies to boost our protein intake in the morning.

Happy Easter Week! This week I’m going to start teaching my 3-year old how to set the table, make a menu, and she’s going to help me with some of the simple meal prep.

Our budget is a little higher this week because I stocked up on some meat for the freezer, and bought extra ingredients to make freezer meals to use once the baby is born. But, even so, I plan to keep my budget at $90 this week for everything. 
-Breakfast Cookies, Greek Yogurt, Fresh Fruit x 2
-Coconut Milk Pancakes, Fresh Fruit
-Oatmeal Raisin Granola, Yogurt, Fresh Fruit
-Waffles, Fresh Fruit
-Bagels, Cream Cheese, Fresh Fruit
-Leftovers x 3
-Out to Eat x 2
-Turkey Corn Dogs, Steamed Green Beans
-Grilled Steak Gyros, Homemade Cucumber Yogurt Sauce, Rice Pilaf, Greek Veggie Salad
-Cheese Ravioli, Green Salad, Garlic Toast
-Chicken Enchiladas, Black Beans, Green Salad (making a double batch for the freezer)
-Baked Salmon, Roasted Potatoes, Steamed Green Beans
-Pasta e Fagioli, French Bread (making a double batch for the freezer)
-Pizza, Green Salad

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6 thoughts on “Weekly Menu-April 1-6, 2012

  1. Thanks Brandy…I’ve been trying to make freezer friendly meals inasmuch as possible before our little one arrives next month. We just planted our bell peppers and squash, and will be planting lettuce and spinach this week. I can’t wait to supplement our groceries with fresh garden fare.

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