This is an easy week and is all super kid friendly. No weird ingredients, nothing really new. Even your pickiest eaters should love the entire menu plan this week.
Week Twenty Six Menu Plan:
Scroll to the bottom to print out these plans and the shopping list or, if you don’t want to wait, you can get 4 weeks of menu plans and shopping lists here.
Check pantry and fridge supplies carefully, you may not need to purchase everything on the shopping list if you have reserves from earlier in the month.
Monday – Blueberry Spinach Smoothie from Wondermom Wannabe makes for a quick grab & go breakfast that you can take with you.
Tuesday – Fried Eggs, with buttered toast and breakfast ham slices.
Wednesday – Yogurt, granola, honey & berries
Thursday – Instant Pot Steel Cut Oats with Strawberry Brown Sugar at All She Cooks
Friday – Homemade Soft & Chewy Granola Bars at Pam’s Daily Dish
Saturday – Blueberry & Banana Stuffed French Toast, with whipped cream.
Sunday – Toast with cream cheese & topped with on-hand fruit.
Monday – Ham & Pineapple Kabobs with Bell Pepper slices
Tuesday – Peanut Butter & Jelly with sliced fruit (on-hand) and baby carrots or sticks
Wednesday – Deep Dish Pizza Cupcakes via Plain Chicken
Thursday – Hummus & tomato wraps
Friday – Chicken strips, cheese cubes, grapes, pecans
Saturday – Pepperoni pizza grilled cheese sandwiches
Sunday – Chicken & Bean Burritos (using any leftover chicken from Rotisserie and beans and wraps from previous weeks.)
Monday – Meatball subs (using frozen purchased week, 25) with marinara and mozzarella or Parmesan cheese. Serve with garden salad, using on-hand ingredients.
Tuesday – French Onion Chicken Noodle Casserole at Kleinworth & Co. with
Wednesday – Apple Meatloaf with green beans.
Thursday – Easy Crock Pot Hot Dogs at Crystal and Comp serve with Tater Tots
Friday – Loaded Baked Potatoes
Saturday – Cheesy BBQ Bacon Chicken at Almost Supermom with corn on the cob.
Sunday – Grilled Cheese Burgers with a side of French Fries
Get your free printable menu plan and shopping list by clicking the image above.
My Favorite Easy to Follow Meal Plan Resources:
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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!
Looking for more ideas? You can find plenty of recipes as well as a free menu planning sheet on my kid friendly recipes page!