How was your Thanksgiving? Last week I shared my menu plan for a perfect Thanksgiving and it was just about perfect to me. Spending time with family ruled the weekend and we had a blast doing puzzles, watching movies and enjoying some gorgeous spring like weather outside. The empanadas were a hit using leftover turkey meat and Caribbean beef.
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It’s back to the grind this week and we woke up to cooler weather and rain. Time to pull out some comfort foods to get us through the week. This is a short menu planning post. I started menu planning on Thursdays to make sure I had fresh food over the weekend when the boys are all home and I don’t want to spend time grocery shopping.
The only topic I like to chat about as much as books is food! If you have a menu plan or a delicious recipe you want to share, feel free to link it up with our Small Victories Sunday Linkup. I’m always looking for new recipes to try.
This Week’s Menu Plan:
Make Harvest Chicken Salad with Apples and Pecans from Cooking and Beer using leftover turkey. Put it on croissant for Superhubby’s lunch. I’ll eat it on a bed of lettuce.
Gluten Free Peanut Butter and Banana Muffins from Eat Good 4 Life (they’re dairy free too)
French Toast, sausage and fruit for the boys
Leftovers because it’s my usual grocery shopping dayWeekly #MenuPlan feat @jerseygirlcooks Shwarma & @TheBigMansWorld Tandoori Chicken Click To Tweet Weekly #MenuPlan feat @CremedelaCrumb1 Fuji Apple Salad & @cookingandbeer Harvest Chicken… Click To Tweet
Menu Planning Tools
Like I said Plan to Eat* is having a 50% off Black Friday Sale from November 27-30, 2015. I bought it and have been loving the tool so much! To date I have 196 recipes in my account and planned 389 meals, that’s a whole lot of good eating! I highly recommend you try it out free for 30 days to see if you like it. We can share recipes there too if you’re a Plan to Eat member, just send me a friend request.
I created a couple simple but FREE weekly planner printables to incorporate my menu plans into my week. Check them out and download for free if it will help you with your weekly goal and menu planning.
All Linked Up
This post linked up with Menu Plan Monday.
What’s on your menu plan for this week?