Yep, I have another super busy week. Where am I going to find the time to get everything done that needs to be done so that I can go out of town? Yes, I am going out of town AGAIN. For the month of July, this is the story of my life. I think all camps and competitions happen in July.
Yet, in all the goings on, I have to work and clean. So, in addition to these quick and easy recipes in this Menu Plan Monday: SUPER Busy Week, I have included a couple of my favorite strategies to help me get things done.
Anyway, enough about all the crazy things I have allowed to go on my schedule. LOL! Let’s get down to my menu plan. I am so ready for school to start! I function so much better when my family is on a schedule!
Week Twenty Eight 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.
Monday – PB& J Waffle Sandwich
Tuesday – Cream of Wheat
Wednesday – Breakfast Baked Omelet from You Brew My Tea with a side of sliced Cantaloupe
Thursday – Hard boiled eggs (boil extra eggs for Chef Salad Saturday lunch), sliced avocado,
Friday – Asparagus & Egg Tart with Parmesan from Southern Yankee
Saturday – Individual Dutch Baby Pancake with Berries and Maple Yogurt from Caroline’s Cooking
Sunday – Ricotta Banana Nut Bread from Kleinworth & Co. with Italian Sausage Link
Monday – Crispy Buffalo Chicken Salad from Cookin’ Mimi
Tuesday – Hungry Girl’s Tuna Salad Stackers on with Sliced Red Bell Pepper and grapes
Wednesday – PB, Honey & Banana Wraps with Fruit & Pretzel Sticks
Thursday – Fried Bologna Sandwiches, sliced tomatoes, Potato Chips
Friday – Ham & Cheese Wrap Pinwheels, with Snap Peas, and Grapes
Saturday – Chef Salad
Sunday – Crock Pot Chicken and Rice from Flour on My Face is the perfect one-bowl dish for a Sunday lunch time meal.
Monday – Slow Cooker Minestrone from Sublime Reflection with Country White Bread
Tuesday – Rotisserie Chicken with Pineapple Salsa from More than Pancakes served with Jasmine Rice
Wednesday – Slow Cooker Beef & Broccoli from Kleinworth & Co. with Cauliflower Rice and Green Beans
Thursday – Crockpot Lemon Chicken from Crystal, with Asparagus, and Lettuce Wedge Salad
Friday – Spicy Imperial Crab Salad served over buttered noodles
Saturday – Pork Fried Rice from Tidbits of Experience and make it easy with Egg Rolls from the Frozen Foods Section
Sunday – Buttermilk Fried Chicken, from Fluster Buster with Mashed Potatoes and Corn
More Resources to Help You Get Stuff Done:
The (aff link) Getting Things Done book at Amazon is my go-to. I think I have this system memorized and refer to parts of it regularly.
I also love these 100+ getting your home organized tips.
When I am really feeling overwhelmed, I do a brain dump before sorting the tasks into “like” items and doing block or bulk work.
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!
Monday 26th of July 2010
Its so neat that you plan your menus.I just started doing this and it helps alot.Thanks for sharing.
Thanks,Shannon shannpf1977 at yahoo dot com
Gina @ Bella Vita
Monday 19th of July 2010
cute boys :)