March 15, 2015

What's for Dinner (and a Printable)

Here is a printable weekly dinner menu to help your planning. It's a handy 8x10 size in case you'd like to frame it and use it as a dry erase menu board. As an added plus, there's a spot to note leftovers you have from last week so you can incorporate them this week, and another spot to note leftovers from this week for next. Find out about the benefits of meal planning. 

I am loving our new range. I look forward to testing it out with baking this week for St. Patrick's Day. Even more exciting, I am trying out a new product to help me do that baking. Next week a review (my first blog video) goes up along with a giveaway of the product (also our first).

Baked herb chicken thighs with carrots and green beans

Happy St. Patrick's Day! 
Corned beef with parsley buttered potatoes, white corn, and cupcakes

Green salad topped with leftover chicken, shredded, and French bread

Soup and grilled cheese with green salad

Baked spiced tilapia with baked potato and corn

Slow cooker pork roast with jasmine rice and mixed veggies

Fettuccine Alfredo mixed with broccoli and cauliflower


  1. These meals sound awesome. I bypassed the corned beef today but now I wish I would have gotten it.

  2. We like meal planning too. It helps save so much food from going bad, and keeps our grocery bill lower.


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