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FREE: Printable Weekly Menu (MPM)

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The temperatures are dropping around here and all the dead leaves are hitting the ground.  Seriously, we went to sleep with the ground clear and woke up with mounds of dead Oak Tree leaves!  Crazy!

Anyway, we don’t get snow down here in Southern Alabama except once every 10 years or so, so this printable Menu Planning Sheet is my way of getting us some winter snow. I hope you find it useful!

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Be sure to print out your coupons this week!  Remember, you should be able to print them twice.

Ok, on to my menu plan for this week:

Monday: Crockpot Pizza – need something that I can do during the day and forget about. We are going to finish up Christmas decorations today (hopefully)

Tuesday: Fried Pork Chops, Potato Salad, and Steamed Broccoli

Wednesday: Kelli’s Spaghetti

Thursday: Tangy Crockpot Pork Stew

Friday: leftovers

Don’t forget to visit Org Junkie & Susie QT Pies for Hundreds more menu plans and before heading to the grocery store… Print coupons for your favorite brands and save at Coupons.com.

Looking for more ideas?  You can find plenty of recipes as well as a free menu planning sheet on my kid friendly recipes page!

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Bama Girl

Friday 21st of December 2012

Hi Kelli! I've just printed off several of your delicious-sounding recipes! Thanks for making them available to us, as well as the menu planner! I too, live in Alabama, the north-eastern part. It's very windy here today, but no chance of snow! Hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday season! Blessings from Bama!

Mama Bee Does

Friday 14th of December 2012

I always print out all the pretty menu planners and never use them. I usually end up just jotting down the menu on notebook paper.

ConnieFoggles

Thursday 13th of December 2012

I like anything wintery on paper or in photos, but not in real life!

Lindsay @ Laughing Lindsay

Tuesday 11th of December 2012

What cute printables! We get snow here in VA fairly often during the winter months.