March Menu Ideas
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Last month was ca-raaay-zy! I got off course with menu planning since I had so many projects going on (and yes totally blew our food budget), but today I took the time to plan out my weekly menu so I’m sharing it with you guys first (as opposed to when the week is complete) This way you all can take advantage of the coupons that I’m using and so forth.
Don’t forget to check what’s on sale in your favorite grocery store using ziplist (in the navigation bar). I hadn’t plan on shopping at Traders Joes this week, but after seeing on zip list that they had organic chicken breast and organic produce for sale I’ve decided to use them this week. I’m so excited that Spring is here!! There are so many fresh veggies and fruits on sale now!! I’m happy!! You’ll be seeing more fresh produce in my upcoming menus. I’m taking full advantage of what the season has to offer at such a low price!! Happy Menu Planning!!
*forgot to include the coupon for snickers, hash browns, and popcorn! You can print those out as well. I’m making Snicker popcorn this week for move night and a hashbown casserole for a family brunch on Sunday.
Trader Joes Sales: Organic Chicken Breast, Baby Spinach, Organic russet potatoes, Organic baby carrots, sweet onion
Target Sales: Kraft Shredded Cheese, White Grapes, Lean Ground Beef
Food Lion Sales: Eggland Best Eggs, Fresh Broccoli, Cucumbers, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Green Bell Peppers
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Breakfast: Cascadian Farms Organic Fruitful O’s, Almond milk
Lunch: Hubby’s Spring Sweet Pea Salad
Dinner: Pizza Casserole (served with New York Brand Texas Toast and Garden Salad)
Breakfast: Strawberry Green Smoothie (added strawberry yogurt and strawberries to original green smoothie recipe), served with sausage biscuits (frozen)
Lunch: Skinny Girl Pasta
Dinner: Stuffed Bell Peppers
Breakfast: Organic Fruitful O’s Cereal, Almond milk
Lunch: Egg Salad Sandwiches (serve with potato chips, grapes, baby carrots)
Dinner: Homemade Hamburger Helper, served with salad, frozen yeast rolls
Breakfast: Turkey and Gouda Baked Omelet Pinwheels (turkey sausage, smoked gouda, cheese, onions, peppers,)
Lunch: Bacon & Chicken Roasted Veggies (added diced chicken breast)
Dinner: Family Eat OUT Day!!! (using Groupon.com)
Breakfast: Banana Nut Pancakes (using Bisquick), coffee
Lunch: Hot Turkey & Cheese Sandwiches, homemade cajun fries
Dinner: Honey Teriyaki Chicken (roasted), serve with glazed sweet carrots, rice, sesame broccoli
Breakfast: Cinnamon Roll Pancakes (using Bisquick) (serve with scrambled eggs and turkey bacon)
Lunch: Homemade Chicken nuggets, (serve with stove top mac n cheese, steamed broccoli)
Dinner: Mini Sausage Kale Pizzas, green salad
SUNDAY (on Sundays we usually eat up any leftovers from the week and I go grocery shopping. We’re going to a brunch this Sunday so I’m making a hash brown casserole)
Breakfast: Hashbrown casserole
Lunch: Leftover from freezer or I’ll make a dish or soup using leftovers.
Dinner: Leftovers from freezer (I freeze leftover dinners from the week )
DESSERTS & SNACKS
Snicker Popcorn, (replace Twix with Snickers), Lemon Ricotta Cookies, Banana Bread (bananas were on sale last week. Got a ton and froze a lot of them), Healthy Ice Cream Sandwiches (Peanut Butter Banana).
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