We are having record breaking temperatures already this summer with the temperature over 100 most days! Yet, yesterday we had a storm so bad that we had approximately 1 inch hail balls. Go figure! Anyway, it is so hot around here that I certainly don’t feel like standing over a hot stove, but a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do. LOL! This week’s menu is all about trying to keep my kitchen at it’s coolest by not having that stove on for too long and in some cases not at all!
In addition to this Menu Plan Monday: Hot Summer Days menu that can help you keep your kitchen cool, I have included some awesome summer time resources for you and the kids.
Week Twenty Seven Menu Plan:
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Monday – Breakfast Burrito from Everyday Southwest with Fruit
Tuesday – Pancakes & Creamy Strawberry Smoothie
Wednesday – Yogurt, Granola with Blueberries & Strawberries
Thursday – Sausage Egg Scramble from You Brew My Tea
Friday – Oatmeal Granola Breakfast Muffins & Fruit
Saturday – French Toast with Sausage Links
Sunday – Breakfast Casserole
Monday – Fish sticks, Carrot & Celery Sticks with Ranch Dip
Tuesday – Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwiches, with Gazpacho from Caroline’s Cooking or a Chilled Tomato Soup (or hot if it’s a rainy day).
Wednesday – Hotdogs, Fruit Salad, Pickle Spears
Thursday – Sliced Grilled Chicken, Grapes & Walnuts, Sliced Bell Peppers
Friday – French Bread Pizza
Saturday – Backyard BBQ Slaw Hamburgers, corn on the cob, sliced watermelon
Monday – Crockpot Mexican Chicken with Rice from Mess for Less and Green Beans
Tuesday – Chicken Strips with White BBQ Sauce from Pocket Change Gourmet and Oven Fries
Thursday – Chicken Enchiladas from Dear Creatives with Garden Salad
Friday – Cheeseburger Casserole from Thrifty Frugal Mom with Green Peas and Sliced Tomatoes
Saturday – Instant Pot Cheese Steaks from Wondermom Wannabe
Sunday – Steaks on the Grill with Baked Beans & Cole Slaw
More Hot Summer Days Resources:
You and the kids can enjoy one of these refreshing, alcohol-free, mocktails for kids to help you cool down this Summer.
When it gets too hot for the kids to be outside without you worrying about heat stroke (if you think this is sarcasm, you have never lived in Southern Alabama), break out some of these fun Indoor Activities for Kids.
Make sure everyone knows how to practice pool safety before setting anyone loose at the pool.
Take a road trip this summer and let your boys veg on Netflix!
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My Favorite Easy to Follow Meal Plan Resources:
The following affiliate links are things that I love! I get so tired of planning, but having interesting, educational, and down-right fun goodies makes this chore so much easier to swallow. 🙂
What do you do to be sure you are using a great variety of your recipes? Do you create a specific Easy to Follow Meal Plan? Do you have a system of trying something new each week? I would love to hear your menu planning details!