Sunday, March 29, 2009

Menu Plan Monday


I'm thinking of participating in our local farmers market by selling some home baked goodies and vegetable starts. So this week I'll be trying out some new bread recipes and getting my extra seeds planted. You'll see in my menu a recipe for Angel Bread and I'm also going to try some Honey Oatmeal Bread. Mmmm. Fresh bread slathered with butter is the only rival to my chocolate craving.


Breakfasts

Leftover muffins from the freezer
Fruit (quick breakfast, busy day)
Pancakes
Toast and fruit (another quick morning)

Dinners

Tostado's with Lentil Filling
Baked Ziti, green beans
Vegetarian Soup and Angel Bread
Skillet Taco Macaroni and sauteed corn
Leftover Night

15 comments:

Snow White said...

that apple pan goodie looks scrumptious!

have a great week.

Emily said...

MMMM. Not a very low fat week. My favorite kind.

Krisi and Adam said...

Everything looks yummy. Check out my blog for an easy rolls recipe that can wait in your fridge for up to 4 days until your ready to bake them!

Coleen's Recipes said...

The cranberry scones sound wonderful. Thanks for posting.

Miriam said...

I will be jealous of two things: if your Farmer's Market is not just every Saturday (our local one is), and if you don't have to go through red tape the size of Mt. Everest to be able to be a vendor. I really wanted to try selling at our F.M., but it was going to be waaay much more than I wanted to wade through and deal with. Good Luck!! I'm eager to check out the bread recipes :)

Terri and Bob said...

I love warm bread with honey butter. Can't wait to hear about your farmer's market experiences!

FromThe Creek said...

We are going to try that Skillet Taco Macaroni next week! Thanks for sharing!

Kristen@thefrugalgirl said...

I agree about the fresh bread!

I hope your selling plans go well. I've thought about doing that every now and again, but decided against it every time because I have other things I can do for more money(playing the piano and taking pictures).

kelara said...

I made that same Biscuits and Gravy recipe for my family last night for dinner. Finally something everyone likes!

momof3girls said...

I am sometimes a week or two behind (just so I can be organized when I go to the store) I am really enjoying your recipes and menus. Your breakfast recipes have been wonderful and my kids thank you because it has broken the mold of just cereal everyday & I thank you that you have some make ahead breakfast ideas for us non morning mommas!

Kristen said...

The artichoke heart rice bake looks phenomenal! Thanks for sharing!

EEEEMommy said...

With a name like Angel Cake, how could you go wrong?

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

Hey, A fellow Homemaker! This is my kind of blog! Im gonna follow and have to check up on your archives! My seeds just arrived today! SO EXCITED!!!

nan said...

Farmers markets are fantastic. The bakery I work for part time sells rolls, cinnamin twists and goodies at the local market but not bread (odd for a bakery I know..)so I talked them into letting me sell my bread with them last year. Here were my best sellers.. (Never once brought a loaf home)

http://nansrecipespot.blogspot.com/2008/01/honey-wheat-bread.html

http://nansrecipespot.blogspot.com/2008/01/honey-wheat-black-bread.html

EmmyJMommy said...

I wish my dh liked Artichokes....I'd be able to cook so many new recipes! I'll save it for a night when he is out somewhere!!! Thanks!