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What’s for dinner this week? Good stuff; good stuff.

simple easy homemade family menu plan

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Another week, another need to have a plan for how to feed the family. Here’s my plan for this week. After our homeschooling day is done, we have yard work to accomplish before hosting a family wedding reception in our yard in June, so I tried to pick quick, easy, satisfying meals for this week. My energies are going into too many other projects to be creative in the kitchen right now.

Breakfasts This Week

  • Weekdays: simple homemade granola with milk or yogurt
  • Saturday: Daddy-made pancakes
  • Sunday: whole wheat cinnamon rolls (made on Saturday)

Lunches This Week

Dinners This Week

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Breakfasts This Week

  • Weekdays: simple homemade granola with milk or yogurt
  • Saturday: Daddy-made pancakes
  • Sunday: whole wheat cinnamon rolls (made on Saturday)

Lunches This Week

Dinners This Week

Simplified Dinners eBook

  • no-mess homemade pizza (p. 19 of Simplified Dinners)
  • Costco rotisserie chicken, cheese muffins, Caesar salad
  • crockpot beef roast (p. 8), artisan bread, roasted frozen broccoli
  • oven omelette (p. 18), biscuits (p. 29), bacon, roasted carrots (p. 27)
  • tuna salad served in red pepper bottoms, with cheese melted on top
  • broccoli rice turkey casserole (freezer meal)

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Simplified Caesar Dressing

I often buy the 6 pack of romaine hearts at Costco. That’s a lot of romaine. And salads are a lot of chopping.

One evening I was tired of the vinaigrette dressings I generally make, and searched the internet for easy Caesar salad dressing recipe that used only what I had on hand. I read 4 or 5 versions, made some substitutions and whipped up a quick version that serves nicely.

Simple Caesar Salad Dressing Recipe

  1. Into a bowl, scoop a heap of mayo.
  2. Add a splash of lemon juice and a shake of Worcestershire sauce. Sprinkle in garlic powder.
  3. Stir together and taste. Make adjustments as needed.
  4. Add milk or cream slowly until desired consistency is reached.

Toss with chopped romaine and a sprinkle of shredded Parmesan cheese.

Delicious!


What’s for Dinner? Menu Plan Monday

simple easy homemade family menu plan

All meals only involve ingredients on my basic master pantry list.

Breakfasts This Week

  • Weekdays: simple homemade granola with milk or yogurt
  • Saturday: Daddy-made pancakes
  • Sunday: whole wheat cinnamon rolls (made on Saturday)

Lunches This Week

Dinners This Week

Simplified Dinners eBook

  • no-mess homemade pizza (p. 19 of Simplified Dinners)
  • margarita-marinated grilled chicken (p. 11), coleslaw (p. 28), and garlic toasts
  • chicken & black bean burritos with leftover chicken (p. 16), tortilla chips, leftover coleslaw
  • oven omelette (p. 18), biscuits (p. 29), roasted carrots (p. 27)
  • quick & easy tuna pasta, caesar salad, roasted frozen broccoli
  • broccoli rice turkey casserole (freezer meal)

Streamline menu planning, grocery shopping, and dinner cooking with Simplified Dinners!