In week 2’s menu plan, we talked about tackling the tasks that we have put off. Now, we are into the third week of January and the winter doldrums have hit. The holidays are over, it is cold, the Christmas decorations are all put away, and everybody is sick.
The complete menu plan for the third week of the year is below. You can find links to recipes and more. Scroll to the bottom to print out the menu plan 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 3 Breakfast:
Monday Boiled Eggs, with Savory Sausage & Cheese Breakfast Muffins via Domestically Creative
Tuesday Easy Skillet Breakfast via 3 Boys and a Dog
Wednesday: Make ahead idea: Healthy Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies, via Family Fresh meals, and a quick mix: Nutella Blueberry Protein Smoothie via Thrifty DIY Diva.
Thursday: Easy 3 Minute Breakfast Sandwich via 3 Boys and a Dog
Friday: Sausage Biscuits, sliced apples
Saturday: Chocolate Brioche, Pan Perdu via 3 Boys and a Dog
Sunday: Ham Steaks, Scrambled Eggs, Hashbrowns
Week 3 Lunch:
Monday: Veggie Humus Wrap via Wondermom Wannabe
Tuesday: Roast Beef Sandwiches with applesauce cups
Wednesday: Make Your Own Lunchable—Deli Ham, Cheese, Crackers & Raisins
Thursday: Grilled Salmon Sandwiches via 3 Boys and a Dog
Friday: Mason Jar Burrito Bowls via Give me Delicious Food, use leftovers from Thursday night dinner to put these together.
Saturday: Leftover Hamburger Soup.
Sunday: Chef Salad
Week 3 Dinner:
Monday: Slow Cooker Hamburger Soup via 3 Boys and a Dog serve with bakery style bread
Tuesday: Mustard Crusted Salmon (cook extra salmon steaks, with just salt & pepper for lunch) via Crystal & Comp., with Roasted Sweet Potatoes Stuffed with Quinoa and Spinach via Green Valley Kitchen
Friday: Kelli’s Spaghetti Recipe with a crusty french bread.
Saturday: Baked Potato Bar with a garden salad.
My Favorite Meal Planning Resources:
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What do you do to be sure you are using a great variety of your recipes? Do you menu plan? Do you have a system of trying something new each week? I would love to hear your menu planning details!