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Brigette’s $78 Grocery Shopping Trip and Weekly Menu Plan for 6

Aldi

2 64-oz cartons Orange Juice – $3.38

1 gallon Whole Milk – $1.36

1 16-oz carton Heavy Whipping Cream – $1.55

1 32-oz carton Half and Half – $1.39

2 cans Chicken Breast – $3.10

1 pkg Turkey Pepperoni – $2.19

1 jar Worcestershire Sauce – $1.19

1 32-oz carton Plain Nonfat Greek Yogurt – $3.29

1 pkg Hamburger Buns – $0.65

1 loaf Sandwich Bread – $0.65

2 pkgs Baby Carrots – $1.38

1 16-oz bag Mini Cucumbers – $1.69

1 pkg Artisan Lettuce – $1.89

1 pkg Rice Cakes – $1.29

1 pkg Broccoli Crowns – $1.45

5 ears Sweet Corn – $1.00

1 3-lb bag Pink Lady Apples – $3.39

1 3-lb bag Gala Apples – $2.65

1 pkg Radishes – $0.45

1 3-oz pkg Fresh Ginger Root – $1.29

2 1-lb pkgs Fresh Asparagus – $3.38

1 tub Organic Spring Mix – $3.79

1 pkg Zucchini – $1.49

1 bag Frozen Okra – $1.49

2 heads Cauliflower – $3.70

1 head Cabbage – $1.29

1 can Diced Tomatoes – $0.35

1 can Tomato Paste – $0.29

1 jar Soy Sauce – $1.29

2 pkgs Instant Pudding Mix – $0.98

1 bag Nacho Tortilla Chips – $0.75

1 pkg Deli Sliced Cheese – $1.19

1 2-lb bag Shredded Mozzarella Cheese – $4.89

2 12-oz bags Shredded Cheddar Cheese – $4.09

1 pkg String Cheese – $1.75

4 dozen Eggs – $4.96

1 16-oz pkg Deli Sliced Ham – $3.09

1 16-oz pkg Deli Sliced Chicken – $3.09

4 boxes Macaroni and Cheese – $1.00

Total:$78.09

(I normally shop at Harris Teeter as well. I decided to wait until early next week to do that, though, because of a rumored 3-day Double Coupon Event starting on Sunday. I’ll include it on my post for next week if I end up going.)

Grocery Total for the Week: $78.09

Weekly Menu Plan

Breakfasts

Everyone is responsible for making/cleaning up their own breakfasts. Choices include:

Cereal, Oatmeal, Toast, Fruit, Scrambled/Boiled/Fried Eggs, Veggie Omelets, Yogurt, Cinnamon Doughnut Muffins

Lunches

Macaroni and Cheese, Apples, Carrots x 2 (Apple Chicken Salad for me – recipe from Trim Healthy Table Cookbook)

Deli Meat, Cheese and Lettuce Sandwiches (on Rice Cakes or Bread), Cucumbers, Apples x 3 

Leftovers x 2

Dinners

Chicken Curry Over Rice, Asparagus, Biscuits

Homemade Pepperoni Pizza, Breadsticks, Tossed Salad

Rice, Tossed Salad

Taco Salad, Watermelon (leftover from last week)

Venison Roast in the Crockpot, Mashed Potatoes, Asparagus

Hamburgers on the Grill, Corn on the Cob, Roasted Potato Wedges

Skillet Scramble (Fried Potatoes, Ham, Eggs), Roasted Broccoli, Cinnamon Doughnut Muffins

Brigette’s $72 Grocery Shopping Trip and Weekly Menu Plan for 6

Aldi

1 bag Frozen Raspberries – $1.79

4 ears Sweet Corn – $0.80

1 3-lb bag Pink Lady Apples – $3.39

1 3-lb bag Gala Apples – $2.65

1 Seedless Watermelon – $2.99

1 10-lb bag Russet Potatoes – $3.89

1 pkg Zucchini – $1.49

1 head Cauliflower – $1.85

1 bag Lemons – $2.69

1 16-oz jar Pure Olive Oil – $2.49

1 pkg Radishes – $0.45

2 pkgs Baby Carrots – $1.18

2 pkgs Blueberries – $3.38

1 pkg Baby Lettuce – $1.89

1 pkg Fresh Garlic – $0.79

1 pkg Broccoli Crowns – $1.45

1 large pkg Organic Spring Mix – $3.79

1 16-oz pkg Mini Cucumbers – $1.69

1 pkg Strawberries – $1.39

2 4-lb bags Sugar – $2.38

1 bag Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips – $1.55

1 bag Mini Marshmallows – $0.89

2 gallons Whole Milk – $2.72

1 box Graham Crackers – $1.09

4 dozen Eggs – $4.96

1 pkg Hot Dog Buns – $0.55

1 32-oz carton Half and Half – $1.59

1 16-oz carton Heavy Whipping Cream – $1.55

1 2-lb bag Shredded Mozzarella Cheese – $4.89

1 jar Strawberry Jam – $1.49

1 box Rice Squares – $1.79

1 box Honey Nut Oats – $1.15

1 64-oz carton Coconut Milk – $2.39

Total: $69.03

Harris Teeter

2 loaves La’Brea Petite Sourdough Bread – $2.98, used 2  (doubled) – FREE after coupons

1 pkg Sargento Cheese Slices – $2.50, used $0.75/1 Sargento Blends Slices – 4-8-18 SS (exp. 06/03/18) (doubled), receive $0.75 back from – $0.25 after coupon and rebate

2 pkgs Butterball Fully Cooked Sausage Patties – $5.00, used 2 (doubled), receive $0.75 back from  – $1.25/2 after coupons and rebate

1 carton Juicy Juice – $2.00, used $0.75/1 Juicy Juice Product – 5-5-18 SS (doubled) – $0.50 after coupon

5 bottles Ken’s Salad Dressing (B2G3) – $5.98, used 2 $0.75/1 Ken’s Dressing – 5-6-18 SS; Includes 16 oz or Larger Only (exp. 06/15/18) (doubled),  $0.75/1 Ken’s Simply Vinaigrette – 5-6-18 SS (exp. 06/15/18) (doubled),  $1.00/2 Ken’s Dressings – 5-6-18 SS; Includes 16 oz Only (exp. 06/15/18) – FREE after coupons

2 cartons Florida’s Natural Lemonade – $4.00, used 2 $0.55/1 Florida’s Natural Lemonade – 5-20-18 SS; DND, Includes 59 oz only (exp. 07/14/18) (doubled) – $1.80/2 after coupons

Total after Coupons and Rebates: $3.80

Grocery Total for the Week: $72.83

Weekly Menu Plan

Breakfasts

Everyone is responsible for making/cleaning up their own breakfast. Choices include:

Cereal, Fruit, Oatmeal, Fried/Boiled/Scrambled Eggs, Veggie Omelets, Toast

Lunches

PB and J (on Hot Dog Buns), Carrots/Cucumbers, Apples

Build-Your-Own-Salad Bar (Lettuce, Chopped Fresh Veggies, Chopped Apples, Craisins, Hard Boiled Eggs, Shredded Cheese, Dressing) x 2

Baked Potatoes with Cheese, Blueberries, Carrots/Cucumbers

Leftovers x 2

Dinners

Crockpot Italian Chicken, Creamy Milk Rice, Broccoli, Watermelon

Grilled Cheese Sandwiches on Sourdough Bread, Apples, Green Beans (My husband will be gone at a work party, so the kids and I will have a simple dinner!)

Build-Your-Own Burritos (Refried Beans, Seasoned Ground Turkey Meat, Salsa, Shredded Cheese, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cilantro from a Friend’s Garden, Homemade Tortillas), Strawberries

Breakfast for Dinner: Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Patties

Homemade Cheese Pizza

Hamburgers, Corn on the Cob, Watermelon, Baked Potato Wedges

Meat Potato Quiche (I found one more bag of diced ham in the freezer that needs to be used up), Tossed Salad, Roasted Cauliflower

We also have several end-of-the-school year parties/recitals this week that I need to bring food to. I’ll use the lemonades and juice I bought, as well as make S’mores Bars and Angel Face Cookies

This Week’s $70 Menu Plan + Saturday’s Kroger Stock-Up Shopping Trip

This $70 Grocery Budget Challenge for a family of 5 is SO inspiring!! Follow along for all kinds of great menu planning ideas and savings tips!

I’m currently challenging myself to stick with a $70 grocery budget for our family of five. This includes almost all of our breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners + most household products (toiletries, laundry soap, etc.).

For live updates, be sure to . See all posts on my $70 Grocery Budget here.

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I had every intention of getting these Southwest Rollups done for Friday’s Freezer Cooking post. But alas I productively procrastinated on them and didn’t get them done before I had to get that post done.

But I did get them done! We had one pan for dinner that night and I put two bags of rollups in the freezer.

This is such a simple, frugal, and delicious recipe that we have loved for YEARS.

In fact, it would be fascinating to see how many of these I have made over the years. It’s probably an insane number! 🙂

Fun fact: This was a recipe that Jesse’s family loved and I love that it’s become one of our family favorites. These make such great quick lunches or snacks!

The freezer is filling up!! We currently have 9 dinners, 3 breakfasts, and 2 desserts in there. I’m aiming to have 30 meals in here by the end of June. We’ll see!

Kroger has been having fantastic Saturday only sales in recent weeks.

I was thrilled with the butter and water sale — two items that we use a lot!

You could buy up to 5 packs of butter for $1.99 each with the digital coupon — so, of course, I bought 5! We will stick these in the freezer and they should hopefully last us for two months (we usually use about 2 to 2 1/2 sticks of butter per week).

And I bought 3 cases of water — I found out later that the 32-packs were included in this sale. But they weren’t marked as such at our store, so oh well! We usually wash and re-use water bottles at least a few times before tossing them so this should (hopefully) last us all summer and will be so handy for time at the pool and road trips and other summer adventures!

Kroger Shopping Trip — $28.47

  • 5 packages of Kroger butter — $1.99 each with Saturday Digital Coupon offer
  • 3 cases of water — $1.99 each with Saturday Digital Coupon offer
  • 1 Larabar — FREE Friday Digital coupon offer
  • Chocolate syrup — $1.59
  • Disposable bowls — $2
  • 1 yogurt — marked down to $0.29
  • 2 Fage yogurts — marked down to $0.49 each (got $0.75 back per yogurt — Ibotta rebate)
  • 2 bags of apples — marked down to $0.99 each
  • 12 ears of corn — 4 for $0.99 each
  • 1 organic cauliflower — $0.99 each
  • Total with tax: $28.47

We had our Community Group (four other families) over for an Ice Cream Social. We provided bowls, cups, napkins, and spoons and chocolate syrup and cookies. Two families brought toppings and two families brought ice cream and we had a great get-together that was super simple and inexpensive for everyone!

Silas made some Homemade Oobleck last night and the kids had so much fun playing with it. This would be a great frugal fun activity for summer.

This morning, Silas and I made Homemade Pizza Dough on Facebook Live. I had planned to make a double batch and freeze half of it, but I realized that we were getting down the bottom of the flour jar. So we just made one pizza crust.

This boy loves helping me in the kitchen — and he just better and better at cooking and baking!

I hadn’t made dough on our new kitchen table until today. I wasn’t sure how it would clean up, but I’m so happy to say that it wiped right off. I continue be so happy that we chose this table for our kitchen. I just love how sturdy it is and how easily it cleans up!

Silas helped me knead the dough and I taught him what dough should feel like when it’s ready.

We couldn’t find our pizza pan and I’m guessing that somehow it disappeared in the move or that Kaitlynn may have confiscated it for some craft project and I just haven’t discovered it yet (she’s always making all sorts of crafts and projects and I try to encourage it as much as possible, thought I do sometimes have to tell her that my kitchen pans aren’t up for grabs — especially if they are going to get destroyed in the process of her experimentation! ;))

Silas made the pizza entirely by himself — from rolling out the dough, to putting on the sauce, to thawing the chicken from the freezer, to grating the cheese, to pre-heating the oven.

I only had to give a tiny bit of coaching! I am so excited with just how capable my kids are becoming and how much all those years of letting them help me in the kitchen had paid off!

Silas’ finished pizza! This will be our dinner tonight. Yum!

You can watch us make the Pizza Dough live in the video above.

This Week’s Super Simple Menu Plan

This menu is subject to change a little if I find some great deals or markdowns! 🙂

Breakfasts

Cereal, Baked Oatmeal, Eggs, Fruit, Toast

Lunches

Ham & Cheese Sandwiches, Chips, Fruit, Veggies, Capri Sun, , (for the kids) Leftovers, Eggs, Yogurt, Pita Pocket Sandwiches, Salad (for me & Jesse)

Snacks

Whatever I Find on Sale/Marked Down (That works for snacks!), Ice Cream (our friends left the rest of the ice cream at our house from the ice cream social!), Yogurt, Cereal, Fruit, Popcorn

Dinners

Monday — Homemade Chicken Salsa Pizza, Apples
Tuesday — Spaghetti Casserole, Peas, Naan
Wednesday — Meatballs, Corn on the Cob, Homemade French Fries
Thursday — Haystacks
Friday — Picnic at Kathrynne’s School — we’re supposed to bring enough of a side dish to feed 15 people — I’m thinking of doing since those always seem popular at potluck style dinners and I have all those potatoes that I got marked down. I may change my mind depending upon what markdowns I find.
Saturday — Takeout Pizza (we’re having friends over for dinner but we’re going to be gone all day long so I’m keeping it crazy simple!)
Sunday — Snack-y Dinner (fend for yourself — cereal, leftovers, etc.)

Total spent so far this week: $28.47

Total left to spend: $41.53

Rebates: $1.50 Ibotta rebate for buying the 2 Fage yogurts, $0.25 Ibotta rebate for submitting my receipt

Brigette’s $74 Grocery Shopping Trip and Weekly Menu Plan for 6

Aldi

3lbs 80/20 Fresh Ground Beef – $6.85

1 pkg Deli Sliced Cheese – $1.19

1 pkg Cheese Sticks – $1.65

1 2-lb pkg Shredded Mozzarella Cheese – $4.89

2 12-oz pkgs Shredded Mild Cheddar Cheese – $4.30

2 1-lb boxes Butter – $3.98

1 pkg Gluten-Free Taco Mix – $0.79

1 16-oz pkg Sliced Deli Meat – $2.55

1 pkg Nacho Chips – $0.75

1 14-oz pkg Whole Almonds – $4.55

1 gallon Whole Milk – $1.36

2 64-oz pkgs Orange Juice – $3.38

1 32-oz carton Half and Half – $1.59

1 64-oz carton Almond Milk – $1.89

1 1-lb pkg Strawberries – $1.45

1 Pineapple – $0.89

2 pkgs Artisan Baby Lettuce – $3.78

1 3-lb bag Pink Lady Apples – $3.39

1 pkg Broccoli Crowns – $0.95

1 16-oz bag Organic Mini Cucumbers – $1.69

1 Cauliflower – $1.85

1 bag Radishes – $0.49

1 bag Spinach – $1.49

1 3-lb bag Sweet Potatoes – $1.49

1 Mango – $0.49

1 bag Organic Mini Peppers – $2.89

1 bag Zucchini – $0.99

1 pkg On-the-Vine-Tomatoes – $0.99

1 loaf Sandwich Bread – $0.65

1 pkg English Muffins, reduced – $0.75

1 pkg Hamburger Buns – $0.65

1 pkg Hot Dog Buns – $0.59

Total: $65.19

Harris Teeter

1 5-lb bag Pillsbury Bread Flour – $3.39

1 bag Red Seedless Grapes (2.23lbs @ $0.99/lb) – $2.21

1 jar Polaner Fruit-Only Jam – $2.00

2 jars Vlasic Pickles – 2.74, used $1.00/2 Vlasic Pickles, Peppers or Relish – 5-13-18 SS (exp. 07/14/18), receive $0.50 back from  – $1.24/2 after coupon

Total after Coupon and Rebate: $8.84

Grocery Total for the Week: $74.03

Weekly Menu Plan

Breakfasts

Everyone is responsible for making/cleaning up their own breakfasts. Choices include:

Toast, Scrambled/Fried/Boiled Eggs, Cereal, Oatmeal, Fruit, Veggie Omelets, Glazed Cinnamon Scones, Fruit

Lunches

Sub Sandwiches, Cucumbers/Peppers, Apples x 2

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches, Grapes, Cauliflower with Dip x 2

Build-Your-Own-Salad Bar (Chopped Lettuce, Spinach, Nuts, Craisins, Shredded Cheese, Hard Boiled Eggs, Assorted Chopped Fresh Veggies and Fruit)

Leftovers x 2

Dinners

Taco Salad, Mexican Rice, Pineapple

Barbequed Meatballs, Cheesy Hashbrown Potatoes, Tossed Salad, Green Beans, Make Ahead Butterhorns, Our Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies (making this meal x 2 and taking to a friend who just had a baby)

Individual Pizzas (English Muffins, Sauce, Cheese, Assorted Toppings), Easy Italian Breadsticks, Tossed Salad

Burgers on the Grill (I use a combination of ground venison and ground turkey and seasonings), Roasted Parmesan Broccoli, Sweet Potato Fries

Pancakes, Bacon, Fruit Smoothies

Venison Roast in the Crockpot, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Biscuits

Leftovers

This Week’s $70 Menu Plan & Monday’s “HUGE” Grocery Shopping Trip

This $70 grocery budget challenge is SO inspiring! And they even menu plan and eat healthy while sticking to their budget each week!

I’m currently challenging myself to stick with a $70 grocery budget for our family of five. This includes almost all of our breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners + most household products (toiletries, laundry soap, etc.).

For live updates, be sure to .

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It’s Week 4 of my $70 Grocery Budget Challenge and I’m excited to see how this week goes! I’m loving hearing from so many of you who are sharing how this challenge is motivating you to look for ways you can cut your grocery bill, too! That makes me so happy!

By the way, in case you’re interested, I spent $68.36 on groceries last week. And here was our menu last week.

I got these fantastic coupons in the mail from Kroger — including coupons for FREE bacon, FREE cereal, and $10 off any $40 purchase! (If you have a Kroger store, make sure that your address is correct in your account and hopefully you’ll get great coupons like this!)

Here’s what I bought at Kroger yesterday:

Monday Kroger Shopping Trip — $36.18

I wanted to be able to use the $10 off $40 purchase coupon + I hadn’t gone shopping on Saturday or Sunday, so I knew that I could spend extra and have a larger shopping trip (I allot $10 per day — though I don’t always go to the store every day, since it doesn’t always work out in my schedule or we don’t need anything or I’m not going to be driving by a store that day and have time to stop!)

But I have to admit that when my total rang up (before I swiped my card and my discounts and coupons had come off), I was a little scared to see such a high number showing on the screen. It said that my total was $76!!!

I know that’s not a huge amount, but since most of my shopping trips have been more like $10 or $15 each, this felt like some crazy ridiculous amount! 🙂

However, I was super happy that after the discounts and coupons, my total came down to $36.18. Much, much better!

Here’s what I bought:

  • 2 16-oz. blocks of cheese — $2.49 when you buy 4 participating items
  • 2 Skintimate Shave Creams — $1.99 each when you buy 4 participating items, used 2 , $0.99 each after coupons
  • 2 dozen Simple Truth eggs — $2.50 each
  • 3 packages of Salad Pockets — marked down to $1.29 each
  • 2 bags of produce — marked down to $0.99 each
  • 1 bag of Kroger rice — $1.69
  • 1 carton of Simple Truth egg yolks — marked down to $1.29
  • 2 pounds of Simple Truth Ground Turkey — marked down to $2.79 each
  • 1 package of Bacon — used FREE coupon that Kroger sent to me (see above)
  • 2 Simple Truth yogurts — marked down to $0.39 each
  • 2 tubs of Hillshire Farms Honey Ham — marked down to $2.39 each
  • 3 Suave Professionals Shampoo/Conditioner — $1.99 each when you buy 4 participating items, used 2  and used — $0.99 each after coupons
  • 1 Stayfree Pads — $1.79 when you buy 4 participating items, used
  • 4 packages of Goldfish crackers — $0.99 each when you buy 4 participating items
  • Kroger Raisin Bran — used FREE coupon that Kroger sent me (see above)
  • 2 boxes of Capri Sun (for lunches) — $2.49 each, used $1.40/2 coupon that Kroger sent to me (see above) — $1.79 each after coupon
  • Used $10/$40 that Kroger sent to me (see above)
  • Total with tax: $36.18

I was so excited about the salad pockets. I love to use them for quick sandwiches for myself. But in my excitement, I forgot to thoroughly check them before putting them in my cart.

And while two of them were great, one looked like this…

YUCK! Word to the wise: Always carefully check items that are marked down before buying them!

I used the liquid whole eggs to make some French Toast “batter” for that night’s dinner.

I love , if you couldn’t tell! 🙂

It might seem weird for me to take the time in the morning to mix up the “batter” for French Toast, but I try to do as much prep as possible for dinner as early in the day as possible, because I’m often not super energetic or inspired at dinner time. So having dinner as done as much as I can, makes it so much easier!

Last night, Silas had a double-header Flag Football Game (his team won!), so being able to whip up French Toast in just a few minutes was such a help for getting out the door!

This Week’s Super Simple Menu Plan

This menu is subject to change a little if I find some great deals or markdowns! 🙂

Breakfasts

Cereal, Baked Oatmeal, Eggs, Fruit, Toast

Lunches

Ham & Cheese Sandwiches, Chips, Fruit, Veggies, Capri Sun, Banana Bread, , (for the kids) Leftovers, Chorizo Breakfast Burritos (for Jesse) Leftovers, Eggs, Pita Pocket Sandwiches, Salad (for me)

Dinners

Monday — French Toast, Bacon, Oranges
Tuesday — Southwest Rollups, Fruit, Rice
Wednesday — Meatballs, Corn on the Cob, Homemade French Fries
Thursday — Haystacks
Friday — Steak (We had some in the freezer that I need to use up!), Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Saturday — Dinner Out
Sunday — Snack-y Dinner (fend for yourself — cereal, leftovers, etc.)

Total spent so far this week: $36.18

Total left to spend: $33.82

Brigette’s $58 Grocery Shopping Trip and Weekly Menu Plan for 6

Aldi

2 64-oz cartons Orange Juice – $3.38

1 gallon Whole Milk – $1.36

1 16-oz carton Whipping Cream – $1.55

1 5-lb bag All-Purpose Flour – $1.15

1 5-lb bag Self-Rising Flour – $1.25 (I wrote “bread flour” on the list, and this is what my husband came home with.🙂 Oh well, we will use it!)

1 box Pure and Simple Bars – $3.99

2 boxes Macaroni and Cheese – $0.50

1 canister Parmesan Cheese – $2.29

1 pkg Taco Mix Seasoning – $0.35

1 jar Organic Apple Cider Vinegar – $1.99 (35.06)

1 16-oz bag Mini Cucumbers – $1.69

1 3-lb bag Pink Lady Apples – $3.39

1 pkg Baby Lettuce – $1.79

1 3-ct pk Multi-Colored Peppers – $2.49

2 pkgs Baby Carrots – $1.58

2 1-lb pkg Asparagus – $2.98

1 head Cauliflower – $1.95

1 pkg Radishes – $0.49

1 pkg Zucchini – $1.45

1 16-oz pkg Medjool Dates – $3.99

1 pkg Broccoli Crowns – $1.45

1 jar Green Olives – $0.95

1 large tub Organic Spring Mix – $3.79

1 bag Lemons – $2.75

1 32-oz pkg Spaghetti – $1.09

1 pkg Hamburger Buns – $0.65

1 pkg Hot Dog Buns – $0.59

Total: $50.88

Harris Teeter

All of the things in the picture were bought earlier in the week when Harris Teeter was running a 3-day Double Dollar Coupon event, so these deals are no longer available. I wasn’t able to make it to the store until the final day of the sale, so they were out of many of the freebies, but I still was happy with what I got (especially the free Sola ice cream and ice cream bars ;))!

Total after Coupons and Rebates: $7.25

Grocery Total for the Week: $58.13

Weekly Menu Plan

Breakfasts

Everyone is responsible for making/cleaning up their own breakfast. Choices include:

Cereal, Oatmeal, Fruit, Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Muffins (recipe from a church cookbook), Scrambled/Fried/Boiled Eggs, Veggie Omelets, Toast (Easy Whole Wheat Bread)

Lunches

Refried Bean with Cheese, Cucumbers, Apples x 2

Rice Cakes with Peanut Butter, Peppers, Applesauce x 2

Pasta with Cheese, Carrots, Applesauce

Leftovers x 2

Dinners

, Make Ahead Butterhorns, Tossed Salad, Roasted Broccoli, , Ice cream (Mother’s Day)

Italian Chicken, Tossed Salad, 

Grilled Hamburgers (I’ll use a combo of ground venison and ground turkey since we still have plenty of both in our freezer stash), Baked French Fries, Steamed Cauliflower, Pineapple (leftover from last week)

Pan-Fried Fish (My guys are going fishing this weekend!), Macaroni and Cheese, Asparagus

Cheesy Hashbrown Potatoes with Ham (I will follow the recipe but add diced ham), Asparagus, 

Venison Roast in the Crockpot, Green Beans, Baked Potatoes, Buttered Steamed Carrots

Leftovers, Roasted Parmesan Zucchini