Sunday, June 14, 2009

Menu Plan Monday

I have a busy week ahead of me and when that happens, I turn to my trusty freezer. About once a week I'll double a recipe and stick it in the freezer for such a time as this. So this week I'll be pulling out an already prepared Cabbage Casserole. (FYI, I really hate cabbage but this is the only way I'll eat it. It's like lasagna).

I'll also be doubling my muffin and pancake recipes to stick in the freezer for quick breakfasts at the end of the week. I just microwave these goodies to warm them back up and they're as good as new. If mornings are a busy time for you, this is a great way to be prepared. Just do some baking on the weekend and you've got breakfast at your fingertips all week long.


Oatmeal with sliced apples and brown sugar
Coconut Cream Muffins (doubled) and fruit
Pancakes with homemade syrup
Rice Crispies with sliced fruit on top
Leftover Muffins
Leftover Pancakes


Cabbage Casserole, veggies and dip
Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, peas
Pommes Anna, garden salad, peasant bread
Fathers Day with Family

Check back tomorrow to see how my $60 shopping trip went. I'm sweating it a bit. It seems like my list is really long this week.


mvlegacy said...

The Coconut Cream Muffins sounds delicious...I really enjoy coconut. Can you share the recipe some time?

Teeter said...

Do you have recipes for any of these meals?

Gayle said...

Oops. It should be fixed now.

Beverly said...

The 8 Layer Tortilla Stack sound yummy. I noticed the easy to be gluten free button on your site. My son is on a gluten free diet and he has many other food allergies. I will have to visit your blog more often.

Joy@Frugal Menu Mamas said...

I had never heard of Pommes Anna before. I can't wait to try the recipe! It sounds yummy and frugal because it is meatless. Thanks!

Jami said...

We love the Pizza Roll-ups! I like to have these in my freezer, too, for busy times.