I never got around to making a menu plan last week. I was floundering all week, too. I still need to finish posting all of my Outback recipes. They all turned out really well! Yesterday I decided to try an awesome garlic fries recipe. I loved it and will definitely make it again. The kids weren’t the biggest fans, but they’re not a big fan of homemade fries in any form. I also made an awesome bbq pulled pork recipe last week. Next time I make it I will definitely blog it. My husband really liked it and he said he’s not a big bbq pork person. Leftovers of that for my birthday lunch tomorrow!
This week we’re eating out three nights in a row! Tomorrow is my and my husband’s birthdays so I’d like to go somewhere nice to eat. Wednesday we’re going to Medieval Times and Thursday is Culver’s night for a preschool fundraiser. I feel like I shouldn’t eat out 3 nights in a row with trying to lose weight! I may try to just make a nice meal tomorrow and let Daddy take Monkey to preschool night on Thursday. We’ll see.
Monday–Buffalo Chicken Rolls (like egg rolls)
Tuesday– Birthday dinner
Wednesday– Medieval Times
Thursday– Culver’s Preschool Night
Friday– Baked fish
Saturday– Petite Lasagnas & Salad
Sunday– Ham and Cheese sliders on homemade Hawaiian Bread
Oh! Two weeks ago I told you I was going to put my recipes for the week into OneNote and put my menu plan onto my calendar. It worked great! At least with the recipes in OneNote I’m not depending on Internet or Pinterest to be up. The nice thing about the menu being on my calendar is I get a reminder the day before about what I’m to cook so I can take meat out of the freezer if needed. A great way to organize myself! I think this week I’m going to either make or be on the lookout for a fun menu planner sheet. I’m tired of my plain notebook paper. Do you have any pre-made menu plan worksheets that you use?
For more menu plans, check out orgjunkie’s weekly linky.