Weekly Menu ~ March 16, 2009

This week, Menu Plan Monday is being hosted by Erin from $5 Dinners.  You may visit her blog for links to over 400 new menus.

Breakfast Lunch Supper Snacks
M waffles

pure maple syrup

pear

grilled cheese sandwich

tomato soup

broccoli & cauliflower
with Ranch dressing

4:00

Creamy Pasta Alfredo

salad

rice cakes

T leftover cobbler Subway subs
—Button has been begging pitifully

4:00

blts

strawberry shortcake w/ real whipped cream

apple juice popsicles
W cold cereal pbj

cantaloupe

broccoli & cauliflower
with Ranch dressing

4:00

Asian Pork Tenderloin (***marinate ahead***)
bake ~ 1 hr.

steamed rice & veggies

fresh pineapple

animal crackers

yogurt

R oatmeal with brown sugar and cinnamon leftovers

Easy Peanut Butter Fudge courtesy of Hillbilly Housewife

Daddy’s Choice

bananas

pretzels

F cold cereal out

Rice Cooker Mac & Cheese courtesy of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures

air-popped popcorn
orange
S

Snicker-doodle Muffins courtesy of Julie @ According to His Power


Hoe Cakes
courtesy of Hillbilly Housewife

real maple syrup

4:30

Rachael Ray’s Red Potatoes & Thyme

hot dogs

celery & peanut butter
S smoothies

Oatmeal Bread (machine)


lunchmeat tortilla roll-ups

carrots

potato chips

4:30

new to us:

Chicken Biscuit Pot Pie (must thaw chicken ahead)

Cracker Jacks

pear

M banana muffins 

Egg Salad Sandwiches recommended by Emily @ Tate’s Team

3:30

lasagna (from freezer)

salad


graham crackers

orange

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Menu ~ March 16, 2009

  1. Kristine says:

    I love looking at your menus. I love the table format, and I’m clicking through several of your links–as usual! LOL, I usually open up a can of pineapple to go with our Chinese/Asian dinners too.

  2. Heather says:

    Thanks. I’m liking this new table format, too. I copied the idea from another Menu Plan Monday blog:)

  3. Cynthia says:

    Hey! HOW did you do that? I would like to upload some chart looking things like this, but I don’t know how. And, I LOVE the clickable links within the chart. Now, I know how to make these types of charts in EXCEL, it’s the uploading them that I don’t know how to do.

  4. Heather says:

    Cynthia,

    I first tried to paste or import Excel charts into the blog, but they REFUSED to transfer properly.

    Some people on the WordPress message boards mentioned using Windows Live Writer for easy charts. It’s a FREE download from http://download.live.com/writer

    I’ve only used Live Writer for a few posts, and it seems a bit cumbersome. But at least it works. And free!

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