Some of my blank menu planning printables are the most popular posts on this site. This week, in addition to using up items from the fridge and pantry, I am rounding up a list of my favorite homemaking printables!
Week Thirty One 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 5 weeks of menu plans and shopping lists here.
Week 5 of the month. Work to use up any remaining pantry and fridge items before shopping for more.
Monday – Homemade Granola Bars from Organized 31 (or favorite store bought) with Chocolate Milk
Tuesday – Cinnamon Rolls & Sausage Links
Wednesday – Berry & Yogurt Smoothie
Thursday – Scrambled Eggs, Buttered Toast
Friday – Healthy Instant Pot Strawberry Cheesecake Breakfast Quinoa at Divas Run for Bling
Saturday – Blueberry Muffins with Bacon Slices
Sunday – Tater Tot Frittata from Feeding Big
Monday – Chicken Nuggets, Fruit and Carrots & Celery Sticks
Tuesday – *Roast Beef (using leftover roast) & Cheddar Sub
Wednesday – *Chicken & Spinach French Bread White Pizza, using a loaf of French bread sliced in half lengthwise, spread with alfredo sauce, top with Chicken, Spinach & Mozzarella. Bake at 375 15 min, or until cheese is browned.
Thursday – Macaroni & Cheese with Ham (use remaining ham from previous week)
Friday – *Chicken Salad Sandwiches, Popcorn, Sliced Cucumbers
Saturday – Quick & Easy Taco Bowls from Frugal Family Home
Sunday – *Chicken (use reserved rotisserie chicken from last week) & Hummus Wraps with Sour Cream
Tuesday – Layered Taco Pie from The Mom Maven with White Rice
Wednesday – BBQ Chicken & Corn Salad, using on-hand lettuces, any corn you have left from the month, canned, fresh or frozen, and then chop leftover chicken, (if you dont’ have any, buy a rotisserie chicken and use the breast) drizzle with BBQ sauce and ranch dressing.
Thursday – Mongolian Beef Stir Fry from Daily DIY Life
Friday – Turkey Burgers with Roasted Sweet Potato Bites
Saturday – Slow Cooker Baked Potato, Buffet wrap potatoes in foil with a drizzle of olive oil, sprinkle of salt and pepper. Place in Slow Cooker for 4-6 hours on high. Using any bits of leftovers, build a baked potato buffet.
My favorite Homemaking Printables:
Get your free printable menu plan and shopping list by clicking the image above.
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!
Looking for more weekly meal plans? You can find plenty of recipes as well as a free menu planning sheet on my kid friendly recipes page!