Menu Plan Monday 11/29 – 12/05

I am trying to keep things in order because as I am sure you have all noticed by now, I am not an organized person what so ever!  So this post is going to be of my plans for what my family and I will be eating for dinner each week.  Depending on time, sales, expiration dates etc. my “plans” may change but I am going to try and stick with the menu that I come up with.

I encourage you to all do the same.  Planning ahead of time saves money.  If you make a menu plan and try to use up food items that may be expiring soon (bread, eggs, produce etc.) then you will get more for your money.  You could always just freeze most foods but why freeze it if you don’t have to unless you are stocking up on something?! 

 Monday– Turkey & Stuffing Casserole

Tuesday–  Steak, Mashed potatoes & Green beans

Wednesday– Crockpot Mushroom Porkchops, Mashed Potatoes,  Mixed Veggies & Fresh Bread (we didn’t have this last week)

Thursday–  Chicken in Tandoori Marinade over rice w/ cabbage

Friday– Dinner @ Mom’s house

Saturday–  Leftover chicken, rice & cabbage

Sunday–  Dinner @ a family member’s house or leftovers

For Breakfasts: cereal, yogurt, fruit, oatmeal, eggos, pop tarts, eggs & bacon, omelets, turkey breakfast sausage links, toast.

For Lunches: leftovers, sandwiches, soup, noodles.

***I would love for you to share in the comments section below what is on your dinner menu this week!

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2 Responses to Menu Plan Monday 11/29 – 12/05

  1. Elizabeth Stone says:

    Could you give me the recipes for your crockpot pork chops and also the rice with cabbage? Sounds yummy. Thanks.

    • couponlove says:

      The rice & cabbage are just canned/boxed. lol.
      Here is the recipe for Crockpot Boneless Mushroom PorkChops:

      4-6 boneless porkchops
      2 onions sliced
      4 oz. can mushrooms ( I sometimes use a carton from the fresh produce section instead)
      1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup
      1 envelope dry onion soup mix
      1/4 cup water

      1. Put chops in slow cooker
      2. cover with onions and mushrooms
      3. combine remaining ingredients and pour over chops
      4. cook on low for 6 – 8 hours

      That’s it! It’s super easy and the only way that Garrett and I will eat porkchops! They are really good. The only thing that you may not care much for is that when done the chops are sitting in a very liquidy gravy. I never tried thickening it but that something that you may prefer.

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