Monday, April 21, 2014

Menu plan for the week of April 21

Last week, we had another winning meal!  I already told you we loved the Turkey Ranch Club Wraps.  We also liked the Chicken Taco Casserole.  Five out of five Bluefields liked this dish, which is extremely rare.  AKD even offered to eat the leftovers, which never, and I do mean never, happens.  As in, this was a first.  I'm happy to find another recipe to add to our rotation--it's so easy to fall into a rut where meal planning is concerned.  All of the Bluefields liked the Hawaiian hamburger buns as well.  They were not as soft as King's Hawaiian, but they tasted exactly the same.

This week, it's not so much that we're needing to eat on the go, as we are needing to eat in shifts.  One night, MC has karate from 4:30-5:30 and AKD has soccer from 5:45-7:15.  AKD will eat before soccer and MC will eat after karate.  Another night, AKD has soccer again from 5:45-7:15, while Bubby needs to be at school to get ready for his concert at 6:15.  Soups lend themselves well to eating in shifts, as do sandwiches and wraps.  You will find both on our menu this week.  Challah, Vanilla Challah French Toast, and Bean & Egg Breakfast Burritos are back on the menu this week, since I didn't get to them last week.

On the menu this week:

--Grilled Pesto Chicken kabobs, broccoli/cauliflower/carrots, peaches
--Taco Bean Soup
--Grilled Chicken (grill extra for a future supper/lunches), salad, garlic toast, corn on the cob
--Pizza Casserole (from the freezer), green beans, applesauce
--Tacos with veggie toppings
--Baked Creamy Chicken Taquitos (made with Chicken Chili Verde), corn & black bean salsa, salad, fresh fruit
--Sunday Night Stew over cream cheese mashed potatoes (this is the best stew ever.  For sure eat it with the mashed potatoes--so good!) with Hawaiian rolls (from the freezer)


Breakfast/other:

--Giant Cinnamon Roll Cake
--Challah Bread
--Vanilla Challah French Toast
--Bean & Egg Breakfast Burritos

Your turn: what's on your menu this week?  What meals do you have in your repertoire that work well to be eaten in shifts?

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