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Menu Plan 9/4

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weekly menu planI keep saying it, but it is so true, and for those who come here for frugal tips, I want to make sure you don’t miss this one. Making a menu plan is one of the best ways that you can stretch the family dollar. I have written of feeding a large family frugally, and you will find that having a menu plan is one of those 15 money saving tips.

You can also read Why I Heart Menu Planning and 10 Reasons You Want a Meal Plan for additional information and encouragement.

 

If you are looking for help in creating your own menu plan, I have broken it down into easy to follow steps. You can find these in Menu Planning Part One and Menu Planning Part Two.

 

Breakfasts:

Monday: cereal

Tuesday: pancakes and eggs

Wednesday: cinnamon rolls

Thursday: french toast casserole

Friday: oatmeal

Saturday: puffed pancake

Sunday: cereal

 

Lunches:

Monday: bagel pizzas

Tuesday: sandwiches

Wednesday: tortillas and cheese

Thursday: tuna

Friday: mac and cheese

Saturday: hot dogs

Sunday: sandwiches

 

Dinners:

Monday: brats, cole slaw

Tuesday: pizza bar

Wednesday: crock pot chicken stew

Thursday: grilled cheese, broccoli cheese soup

Friday: burgers and fries

Saturday: leftovers

Sunday: pork chops, baked potatoes, corn on cob

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4 Comments

  1. Thank you for your ministry to helping Moms. I have learned so much about menu planning and homeschooling from your scopes and posts and always enjoy your wonderful ideas.

    1. Hi Kim. You are so welcome! Thank you so much for letting me know that I’ve been able to help you! I have the most amazing community!

  2. I menu plan meticulously as well. I also add in what snacks there that week and switch them around so it doesn’t get boring.
    Our menu gets posted on the fridge so the kids can easily see what their meals will be and what they can have as a snack.
    I’m a single mom to six and we have a two acre homestead. I just discovered your blog on Pinterest and have enjoyed the posts I’ve read so far.

    1. Isn’t it so nice when it’s posted so you don’t have to answer the question numerous times ever day? I think that’s my favorite part about menu planning!

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