Whew, last week went so fast, I didn’t even get my weekly menu plan posted. I hurt my back somehow too so that had me not wanting to be on my feet as much, lots of quick meals in the weekly menu plan. I’m still a little out of sorts in my cooking/menu planning since Thanksgiving. Let’s hope I’m back on track this week.
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This Week’s Menu Plan:
Frozen Nana’s Enchiladas (Superhubby’s mom makes them and freezes them for us, yum!) and Arroz Con Gandules from Skinnytaste
Gluten Free Peanut Butter and Banana Muffins from Eat Good 4 Life (they’re dairy free too)
Copycat Panera Bread Fuji Apple Salad from Creme de la Crumb
Cinnamon rolls and fruit
Remicade day means a Slow cooker meal: Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches from This Silly Girl’s Life with french fries and salad
Leftovers because it’s my usual grocery shopping day
Cuban Pork Sandwiches from “Chef” Movie. Has anyone else seen Chef? We watched it a couple weekends ago. When I asked what I should make for next week, this is all Superhubby wants. He even wants me to buy a panini press* just so I can make it more authentic than my usual version. I’m going to sneak in the waffle plates* that attach to the panini press/griddler and a food processor* while I’m at it since my cheap ones both broke on me! A cook is only as good as their tools and ingredients, am I right?
Grilled Balsamic Chicken (a recipe I clipped from a magazine but don’t remember which one) and Creamy Dairy Free Mashed Potatoes from Watch Learn Eat.
[bctt tweet=”Weekly #MenuPlan feat @TheBigMansWorld Tandoori Chicken and @Skinnytaste Arroz con Gandules “]
[bctt tweet=”Weekly #MenuPlan feat @Skinnytaste Arroz Gandules & @Recipe_Tin Cuban Pork from Chef Movie”]
Menu Planning Tools
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All Linked Up
This post linked up with Menu Plan Monday
What’s on your menu plan for this week?