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Menu Plan Monday

After such a gorgeous weekend, it was hard to sit down and actually plan something out!!  But I am feeling better already.  It is amazing how much stress it takes away when you plan your meals out!!

This Week's Menu
Monday: Ranch Chicken Wraps
Tuesday: Black Bean Chicken
Wednesday: Calzones
Thursday: BBQ Meatballs
Friday:Picnic Night
Saturday: Sweet & Sour Chicken
Sunday: Steak
Have a delicious week!!


  1. Sounds like a great menu this week! Loving the looks of that Black Bean Chicken! I'll have to add that the our menu plan soon!

    Have a great week!

    Under the Big Oak Tree

  2. B-B-Q Meatballs sound good! Glad you had a nice weekend:@)

  3. I love Mondays here at your place. I adore getting to see what's on the menu for the week. Gives me so many great ideas.

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

  4. Sounds good! I've never made calzones, never even eaten one (can you believe it.) I think I should try it. :-)

  5. That black bean chicken sounds awesome, I think I have something similar on my menu plan but I like this crockpot version better!

  6. Your menu sounds delicious this week. I agree, taking a few minutes to plan saves you so much time and stress through the week :)

  7. i just found your blog and i LOVE this idea of menu MOnday!!! I need to go look at those recipes YUMMMMY!

  8. I need to be soooo much better at menu planning!

    ~ Sarah


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