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Menu Plan Monday




Well I have not done an official menu plan  for awhile and now with the kids out of school for the summer I need to get my act together and start planning again so here goes:

Breakfasts will be cereal, waffles, toast, fruit, yogurt or ???

Lunches will be grilled cheese, mac and cheese, left overs, sandwiches, carrot sticks, and fruit

Dinners:

Monday--- Homemade pizza and carrot sticks

Tuesday---Chicken Enchiladas in the slow cooker, rice, corn

Wednesday-Left over Chicken Enchiladas

Thursday---Pancakes, eggs, and sausage with fruit

Friday------Sausage with onions, red noodles with cheese and salad

Saturday---Spaghetti and meatballs, homemade garlic bread and green salad

Sunday----Fathers Day! Sausage and hot dogs on the grill, corn on the cob or coleslaw (I will post this super easy recipe later this week) potato chips

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