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A few months ago I purchased a 5 gallon bucket of frozen raspberries.  Luckily I had room top just put it in the freezer.  Last week I pulled it out because I volunteered to make some raspberry cheesecake topping for a leadership meeting.....WHAT WAS I THINKING???? 
Once they unthawed, this bucket was not going to fit in my fridge. (Panic moment)  I had to take care of these raspberries and fast. In one day I made jam and lots of it.
I also made a gallon of plain raspberry sauce and a gallon of chocolate raspberry sauce.
There is still a 1/2 gallon of strained raspberries in my fridge I need to take care of.
Let's say I am a little raspberried out.....
This week's menu is pretty basic.  I am trying to do low calorie for me and high carbs for my runner!!
Let's see if I can pull it off.
This Week's Menu
Tuesday: Minestrone Soup
Thursday: Picnic Night
Friday: Cordon Bleu Pizza
Saturday: Random Recipe
Sunday: Goulosh
Check out what other's are cooking this week at Menu Plan Monday!


  1. Look at all that jam and sauce! WOW!

    Yummy looking menu! We love goulasch, but I haven't made it in quite a while.

  2. Another genius menu! I especially want to try the crock pot BBQ chicken recipe (and of course, I just happen to have a can of Cherry Coke Zero in the fridge).

  3. First off I am impressed that you had room for a 5 gallon bucket in your freezer! After making all of the jam and sauces, I would not even want to smell raspberries for a while.

    I am going to have to try the spaghetti casserole. Sounds good!

  4. Whoa, that's a lot of raspberries. How nice that you now have all that jam and sauce ready to use!

  5. I was visiting Jo at Blog-Diggidy and found you. I am quite impressed with all that raspberry jam and sauce! It looks wonderful! The only thing better would be if I had some of that jam on a buttered biscuit to go with my coffee this morning!! :)

  6. Yum yum - your raspberry photos are bringing a big smile to my face :) You are so inventive!


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