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Menu Plan Monday

After a fun Spring Break it is time to get back to the total craziness!!  I must admit staying up late and sleeping in was so nice.  I hope I can get back to the normal routine.   After being totally shocked with how much I spent on groceries last month (when I thought I was doing good), I am going to try to cook from the pantry and freezer as much as possible.  Big lesson learned to keep better track and look regularly at the budget!

This Weeks Menu:
Monday: Chicken & Asparagus Bake (new recipe)
Tuesday: Taco Soup
Wednesday: Roast
Thursday: Picnic Night
Friday: Spaghetti (got to get my son his carbs before race day!!)
Saturday: Sandwich Bar in the Car (Track Meet )
Sunday: Crock Pot Black Bean Chicken
Wishing everyone a wonderfully delicious week!!


  1. Your menu looks great...especially the black bean chicken! Yum!

    When you first start tend to spend more...because you are chasing deals. It is so exciting and you feel like you can't pass up the deals. I totally understand, I started taking my grocery money out in cash.

    Ok, I just assumed that is why you spent more...I could be wrong!

  2. Tiffanee~ Looks like you're off to a good start with a nice menu plan, that's half the battle. I remember how hard it was to create a menu (trying) to please everyone...for the most part they were satisfied with mostly Mexican dishes. Dessert is always the easy pleaser, lol.

    Sweet wishes,

  3. Oh yummy the Chicken and Asparagus sounds right up my alley! I just made a ham & asparagus quiche that was to die for. Love the taco soup made one a while back and it was a big hit. I'm so loving the Sandwich bar!

  4. Ok Tiffanee, you need to post the Chicken and Asparagus recipe..My family would love it and I have some Asparagus I need to use up before it dries up..Have a great day and thanks for all your post they are the best..Oh and I felt the same way about spring break


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