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Menu Plan Monday

I hope everyone had a wonderful Mother's Day!!  Hubby and the kids cooked me a great dinner and I let them clean up and didn't feel one bit guilty (how bad is that!) This week's menu is a bit different than usual.  We have a lot of leftovers in the fridge that I don't want to go to waste so picnic night is moved to Monday!!  Track post season starts this week so that explains the pasta two nights in a row.  Now on to a super crazy week...but aren't they all??

This Week's Menu
Monday: Picnic Night
Tuesday:Creamy Cabbage Soup & grilled cheese
Wednesday: Taco Salad
Thursday: Pizza Pasta
Friday: Ham & Cheese Lasagna Rolls
Saturday: BBQ Balsamic Chicken
Sunday: Mexican Brown Rice Casserole

Wishing you all a delicious week!!
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  1. I was just sitting here thinking I have no idea what we will eat this week. The chicken recipe sounds like dinner!

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  2. I used to always know what I was going to make for dinner every night of the week. I think I've just gotten lazy over the winter. This inspires me to get organized in that department again! Have a great week, Tiffanee!

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  3. That creamy cabbage soup sounds really great. I have a head that is hoping to become something like that!!

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  4. LOVE your idea for picnic night! How exactly do you organize that?

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  5. Oh how I love your Menu Plan Mondays!!! So many good ideas!!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  6. I milked Mother's Day for everything it was worth (laugh). Looks like a fun and healthy food menu this week.

    Velva

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  7. I am so tickled that you included one of my recipes. Your menu looks great. I love seeing what others plan and getting ideas. One of my favorite things about your blog is how you find great things from other blogs and share them with all of us. Thank you:)

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