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Menu Monday



Well the influenza has shown up at our home. First my oldest son and now my youngest son. So with half the kids sick and the high possibility of the rest of us getting sick this week I am posting my menu but planning on having a lot of flexibility on how this week works out. Especially if I get sick well ... they might just all be eating peanut butter jelly sandwiches for dinner for a few nights.


* Breakfasts will be waffles, fruit, cereal
* Lunches  will be mac and cheese, ravioli, turkey sandwiches with carrots, salad or fruit


Monday         Leftovers from Birthday party and salad

Tuesday          Slow cooker BBQ Chicken with
                       homemade coleslaw and chips

Wednesday     Leftover BBQ Chicken/ hot dogs
                       coleslaw and chips

Thursday        Spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread, sliced carrots

Friday             Spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread, salad

Saturday         Homemade pizzas and carrots

Sunday           Turkey, potatoes, stuffing, green beans,
                      cranberries

Comments

  1. Oh! Bless your heart! We've been sick this week as well. My kids all had high fevers (as high as 104F!!) but thankfully I think we've finally beat this bug. Love the idea of doing BBQ in the slow cooker. I used to grill BBQ chicken all of the time but have no grill at the moment. I'll have to try that!

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